Minden Press-Herald

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Sep 30th

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Warriors bring home five medals

NEW ORLEANS — The Lakeside wrestling team traveled to New Orleans and John Curtis High School last week to take part in the 2A Championships.

"It was a smaller tournament compared to the state tournament," Warrior assistant Ryan Luna said. "But we wanted to go down there and compete and see how we did."

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Jackson Bienville WMA gives up 150 class brute

As Louisiana's deer season winds down, some exciting stories of the conquest of trophy bucks continue to filter in. Most were taken on private hunting leases but a few ca...

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Basketball

Tide rolls past Woodlawn, 82-57

Tide rolls past Woodlawn, 82-57

The Minden Crimson Tide improved to 19-4 overall and 2-1 in district as they beat the Woodlawn Knights, 82-57, Friday night at the Palace at Minden High.

"We played an out...

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Basketball

Lady Tiders get district win

The Minden High Lady Tiders won their first district game of the year, as they beat Woodlawn, 56-37, Friday night at home.

The Lady Tiders busted out of the gate, leading ...

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Basketball

Glenbrook tops Riverfield, 68-66

The Glenbrook Apaches rallied in the fourth quarter to overcome a five-point deficit to beat the Riverfield Raiders, 68-66, at the Minden Recreation Complex Friday night....

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Basketball

Warriors fall to Trojans

SIBLEY — The Lakeside Warriors dropped to 0-3 in District 2-2A play, as they lost to the Ferriday Trojans, 49-39, Friday night.

"It was a pretty close game all the way thr...

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Basketball

Armstrong admits doping: ‘I’m a flawed character’

CHICAGO (AP) — He did it. He finally admitted it. Lance Armstrong doped.

He was light on the details and didn't name names. He mused that he might not have been caught if ...

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