Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Sep 02nd

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Lakeside falls to Sterlington

MONROE-The Lakeside Warriors suffered a pair of tough losses on Friday night.

First of all, the Warriors lost to the Sterlington Panthers, 46-6, but more importantly they also lost their staring quarterback Clayton Festavan to injury. Festavan was knocked out of the game early in the second quarter and taken to a local hospital for observation. Festavan checked out ok, but is likely out a couple of weeks.

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Saints win, Brees sets TD record

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Drew Brees threw a long touchdown pass to take ownership of another prestigious NFL passing record, hit three more scoring passes in an emotional victo...

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Calvary Baptist runs past North Webster, 41-14

SHREVEPORT—The North Webster Knights' three-game winning streak came to an end Friday night as they lost to Calvary Baptist, 41-14.

"They are just a very good team," North...

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Knights to play at Calvary

The North Webster Knights are a team on the rise.

After losing their first two games, the Knights have now won three straight games. If they intend to keep that streak ali...

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Warriors travel to Sterlington

The Lakeside Warriors will open their District 2-2A schedule with a game tonight at Sterlington High School in Monroe.

The Warriors are coming off a 30-14 win over Arcadia...

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Minden High falls to Fair Park

Minden High falls to Fair Park

SHREVEPORT —Coming off of a string of five big losses in a row in their out of district schedule, Minden was hoping to start a winning streak against the lowly, winless F...

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This week’s MPH Football Contest Winners

Dick Todd took the top spot in the Minden Press-Herald football pick 'em contest this week.

Todd missed only three games, good enough for a first place finish.

There were a...

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