Minden Press-Herald

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Jul 26th

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Crimson Tide tame Tigers, 72-52

Crimson Tide tame Tigers, 72-52

The Minden High Crimson Tide moved into a first place tie with Huntington in District 1-4A with a 72-52 win over the Benton Tigers Friday night in Benton.

"It was a good win," Crimson Tide head coach Alan Shaw said. "Our district is in a jumble right now with Northwood upsetting Huntington the other night. You could say we're tied with Huntington right now, as we both have just one district loss, and Northwood and Fair Park are right behind us."

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Glenbrook takes two big wins

The Glenbrook Apaches and Lady Apaches pulled off two big non-district wins Friday night at the Minden Rec Complex.

The Apaches beat the Tallulah Trojans, 58-47, and the L...

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Lady Tiders fall to Benton

The Minden High Lady Tiders dropped to 2-3 in District 1-4A and 14-11 overall with a 52-42 loss to Benton High School Friday night.

"Overall, I'm really pleased with how o...

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Warriors fall to Jonesboro

SIBLEY – The Lakeside Warriors dropped to 0-5 in District 2-2A play with a 32-31 loss to Jonesboro-Hodge Friday night in Sibley.

"It was a real barn burner," Warrior head ...

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Lady Panthers 63, Lady Tigers 49

DOYLINE —The Doyline Lady Panthers (15-7 overall, 3-1 in district) trailed eary, but used a big second half, including a 38-point fourth quarter, to power past Castor, 63...

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