Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Sep 02nd

Sports

Football

Haughton drops Minden High to 0-3

HAUGHTON—The Minden Crimson Tide travelled to Haughton Friday to take on the Haughton Bucs and, although the Tide made some evident changes, the result at the end of the night was the same.

Haughton jumped on top early with two big play passes in the first quarter, a 39 yard score from James Almond to Jermichael Bell and a 63 yarder to Jerrod Craft, and then controlled the remainder of the game with a punishing rushing attack, leading to the final 42-6 score.

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Football

Parkway hands Lakeside first loss

BOSSIER—The Lakeside Warriors knew they had a tough task in front of them Friday night as they attempted to move to 3-0 on the season. And the Parkway Panthers proved tha...

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Football

Knights rolls past Northwood-Lena

SPRINGHILL-After two tough losses to start the year, the North Webster Knights exploded for a 51-0 win over Northwood-Lena to give head coach John Ware his first win.

"It ...

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Football

Glenbrook shuts out UCA, 47-0

FARMERVILLE-The Glenbrook Apaches improved to 3-2 Friday night as they shut out Union Christian Academy, 47-0.

The Apaches just had too much talent for the Lions and were ...

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Football

Glenbrook heads to Farmerville tonight

The Glenbrook Apaches moved back to .500 on the year after beating Amite, 52-14 last week, and will now look to begin a winning streak as they head to Farmerville to take...

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Softball

Lady Apaches fall to Lady Rebels

The Glenbrook Lady Apaches softball team fell to 7-2 in district play as they fell to the Claiborne Academy Lady Rebels Thursday, 7-5.

Jessica Mangrum pitched well but too...

Football

Crimson Tide looks to rebound

Minden will face tough test at Haughton

The 2012 football season hasn't started out exactly like the Minden Crimson Tide had hoped.

Injuries, inexperience and a lack of off...

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