Minden Press-Herald

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Apr 19th

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Glenbrook to hold Senior Night tonight

School has declared a ‘Pink Out’ for breast cancer awarness

Glenbrook will honor their senior basketball players as they host Mt. Olive in their annual Senior Night.

In addition the school has also declared a Pink Out to raise money and awareness for breast cancer and cancer in general.

"This topic hits our team hard," Apache head coach Chris Kourvelas said. "Wesley Hicks' mother fought a battle with breast cancer last year and our Assistant Coach, Travis Hill's father is currently in the hospital fighting cancer.

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Sports - Basketball

Running Rebels, Pink Diamonds take little league wins

Results from last week's little league basketball action.

11 & 12 year-old boys

Running Rebels 54, Panthers 14

Christian Mardis led the Rebels with 15 points and Prentis...

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Sports - Basketball

Doyline teams sweep Dodson

DOYLINE —The Doyline High School basketball teams hosted Dodson in a pair of District 2B games Tuesday.

Both teams pulled out victories. The Panthers won 80-35. and the la...

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Sports - Basketball

Minden High splits with Woodlawn

Minden High splits with Woodlawn

School honors former players Derrick Parker and Greg Shyne

The Minden High basketball teams split a pair of district games with Woodlawn on Derrick Parker/Greg Shyne Night...

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Glenbrook sweeps Union

The Glenbrook basketball teams swept Union Christian Tuesday night at home.

The Apaches rolled, 58-12, and the Lady Apaches took a 48-27 win.

The Apaches jumped out to a 20...

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