Captain Shreve Track – Go Gators

The website ‘Captain Shreve Track & Field’ is highlighting the individual and team achievements and accomplishments. Keith Bilbo Sr. is the Gator (Boys) Track & Field program’s Coach, and Coach of the Lady Gator Track & Field Program is Marita Hunt.

Both coaches have received the ‘Track & Field Coach of the Year’ award and have successfully led their programs to championships in both District and Regional Track & Field competitions. If you want to participate in one of these as a sponsor, athlete, or volunteer, please contact Coach Hunt or Coach Bilbo.

Track & Field Locations:

Captain Shreve High School
6115 E Kings Highway
Shreveport, Louisiana 71105

Lafayette High School
3000 W Congress Street
Lafayette, Louisiana 70506

Bernie Moore Track Stadium
3357 Highland Road
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802

McNeese State University
4205 Ryan St
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70605


  • Gators Qualify for Regional Meet, finish 2nd in District
  • Lady Gators Prepare for Districts by winning Alexandria Trojan Relays
  • Gators Continue Success at Alexandria Trojan Relays
  • Shreve Boys Chomp Competitors at Gator Relays
  • Lady Gators Take Bite Out of Competitors at Gator Relays
  • Shreve Boys Dominate Bearkat Relays
  • Shreve Girls Win Woodlawn Knight Relays
  • Shreve Boys Take First at Byrd Relays
Ready to run

Many students participating in Track and Field activities are also busy with the application process for colleges that require students to submit scores from either the SAT or ACT tests. these tests scores help colleges make admission decisions. Some applicants might also qualify if they are holders of a High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED).

Modern online prep featuring new learning methods such as mini-learning might be a good solution for students engaged intensively in sporting activities. Check out also this great and free practice for GED on BestGedClasses.

Online ACT Prep is also featuring new learning methods such as mini-learning is a good practice for students engaged in intensive activities.

Louisiana is using the HiSET exam for high school equivalency testing.

Gator Track Alumni at the Collegiate/Professional Track and Field Level

LaMark Carter

CSH Class of 1989
EVENTS:  Triple Jump and Long Jump COLLEGE: Northwestern State University, Natchitoches LA (1993) COACHING CAREER: C.E. Byrd High School Track and Field- Head Coach (Present), Northwestern State University-Assistant Track Coach HONORS: All-American; USA Track and Field; USA Outdoor Champion (2001, 199, 1998); USA Indoor Champion (2001); Olympian (2000); Indoor World Silver Medalist (1999);  Pan Am Silver Medalist (1999) Andre Ester
CSH Class of 1989
Northeast State University ( the Warhawks University of Louisiana at Monroe), Monroe Warhawks
ULM Hall of Fame Inductee Albert Gladney
CSH class of 2011
Northwestern State University, Natchitoches LA Jeremy Lofton
CSH Class of 1998
Northwestern State University, Natchitoches LA (Football) Sir Patrick Patterson
CSH class of 2010
McNeese State University, Lake Charles LA Adrian Perkins
CSH class of 2003
United States Military Academy (West Point) Tevon Remo
CSH class of 2011
McNeese State University, Lake Charles LA Greg Washington
CSH class of 2009
Grambling State University, Grambling LA Morgan Wells
CSH class of 2011
McNeese State University, Lake Charles LAGator Track Alumni Who Are or Have Participated In Other Collegiate/Professional Sports Travis Anderson
CSH Class of 2008
Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia AR (Football) CJ Cleveland
CSH Class of 2011
Arkansas Tech University, Russellville AR (Football) Christopher Lawrence CSH Class of 2011
Millsaps College, Jackson MS (Soccer)Fall 2011 All Sportmanship Team (Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference)
Bryce Ray
CSH Class of 2010
Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant OK (Football) DeMario Thomas
CSH Class of 2010
Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia AR (Football)

Track and Field goes all the way back to the original Olympic games, and today is had become a sport that’s performed at the top of the 21st-century sports settings. On track & field, our national team, Team USA, has become the World’s Number One Team, but track and field entails a lot more than merely the Olympic sports teams. USATF is also sanctioning countless track and field meetings and sports events s at every competition level, including youth and masters athletic competitions.

Track and field is including athletic contests on running, jumping & throwing, and the name comes from where the sport is typically performed: stadiums where a grass field is enclosed by an oval-shaped running track, and the grass field houses the jumping and throwing events. Track & field fall under sports umbrella of athletics, including cross country, road running, and race walking. Foot racing includes hurdling, sprints, race walking, middle- & long-distance running, and the athlete who realizes the fastest time is the winner. At the throwing and jumping events, the athlete who reaches the greatest height or distance is the winner.

Jumping includes high jump, long jump, triple jump, and pole vault, while throwing includes javelin, shot put, hammer, and discus. There are numerous ‘multi or combined events’, for example, the decathlon (including ten events), heptathlon (seven events), and pentathlon (five events). In these combined events, athletes are participating in multiple track & field events.

The majority of track & field events are performed by individual athletes and have a single victor, while the best-known team events include relay races, typically executed by a team of four athletes. Generally, these events are gender-specific, though both the women’s and men’s competitions are generally held simultaneously at the venues.