Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Jul 23rd

Sports

Apaches roll past Spartans, 60-28

The Glenbrook Apaches thrilled a large Homecoming crowd with a 60-28 win over Prairie View Academy Friday night. The Apaches' high-powered offense was at its best, and the defense made enough plays to insure the win in front of the returning alumni.

"I thought we played pretty good," Glenbrook head coach Greg Tibbitt said. "I thought we played well on offense, and I thought we saw some improvement on defense. We got some stops, just not as many as we needed, but the offense is really clicking now."

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Warriors fall at home to Tigers

SIBLEY—Lakeside finally played at home after five-straight road games, but it wasn't a happy homecoming as the Jonesboro-Hodge Tigers beat the Warriors, 62-12.

The Warrior...

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Smith, defense lead Knights to victory

SPRINGHILL—North Webster senior quarterback J.O. Smith proved his skills as a two-way player as he scored touchdowns on both sides of the ball to lead his team to a 23-12...

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Minden drops to 0-7 with loss to Woodlawn

SHREVEPORT — The Crimson Tide traveled to Lee Hedges stadium in Shreveport Friday, looking to score their first win of the season against another District 1-4A team down ...

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Glenbrook to tackle Prairie View

The Glenbrook Apaches will host the Prairie View Spartans tonight in their annual Homecoming game.

The Apaches, who had a bye last week, come into the game with a 4-3 reco...

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