Minden Press-Herald

Friday
Jul 25th

Sports

Basketball

Doyline Panthers, Lady Panthers roll past Stanley

DOYLINE — The Doyline basketball teams took a pair of wins over Stanley at home Monday night.

The Panthers blew out Stanley, 106-48, and the Lady Panthers won 65-33.

"Both teams played well," Doyline head coach Michael Normand said. "We actually have a few girls missing right now, so we were a little short handed."

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Sports Opinion

Honey Brake, the Taj Mahal on Larto Lake

I was just a kid the only time I wet a hook in the Saline/Larto Lake area. My dad took my brother and me fishing down in that part of the world and introduced us to some ...

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Football

Tide, Lady Tiders looking for big seasons

The Minden High basketball teams are poised for big seasons this year.

Both teams return a number of starters from last year and some interesting newcomers could influence...

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Basketball

Crimson Tide, Lady Tiders roll past Homer

The Minden High Basketball teams traveled to Homer Monday night for a little pre-Thanksgiving court action.

Both teams came away winners, as the Crimson Tide beat the Peli...

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Sports Opinion

Rocky start gives no hint of Rat L-Traps success

Look in the tackle boxes of any 10 bass fishermen you know, not only here in Louisiana but around the country as well and chances are excellent you'll find a Rat-L-Trap o...

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Football

Magical season ends for the Knights

SPRINGHILL—Despite their 50-6 loss to #1 seed John Curtis on Friday night, North Webster head coach John Ware was a proud man.

"I am very proud of my team," he said. "They...

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Basketball

Glenbrook tops Riverdale

HOMER—The Glenbrook Apaches traveled to Homer Friday night for their last basketball game before the Thanksgiving break.

The Apaches played the Riverdale Rebels and got th...

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