Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Jul 30th

Sports

Glenbrook Apaches fall in shoot-out to Cenla

PINEVILLE — The Glenbrook Apaches traveled to Pineville Friday night to take on the Cenla Christian Academy Lions, and the game turned into just what head coach Greg Tibbitt feared.

"It was another shoot-out, which is what we didn't want," he said of the Apaches' 56-42 loss. "We got some defensive stops early, and I thought we were playing pretty good defense. And then we made some mistakes on offense, and Cenla capitalized on them."

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Knights have playoffs in sight as they top Rebels

SPRINGHILL—The North Webster Knights took another step towards a LHSAA Class 2A playoff spot with a 51-28 win over North Caddo on Friday.

The Knights have now won five of ...

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Lakeside falls to Homer Pels

SIBLEY—It was an unhappy homecoming for the Lakeside Warriors, as they fell 40-0 to Homer Friday night in front of their returning alumni.

The Pelicans improved to 6-2 wit...

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Glenbrook looks to tame Lions

Apaches head to Pineville

The Glenbrook Apaches will head to Pineville today to take on the Cenla Christian Academy Lions in a district match-up.

The Apaches are 5-3 (2-3 i...

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Homecoming at Lakeside

SIBLEY — Tonight homecoming will be celebrated at Lakeside High School, as the Warriors host the Homer Pelicans.

The football team also hopes to be celebrating a win.

Lakes...

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