Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Sep 16th

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Basketball

Glenbrook tops Riverfield

MONROE — The Glenbrook Apaches scored a first-round win in the River Oaks Tournament with a 58-36 decision over Riverfield Academy Thursday night in Monroe.

"I thought we played pretty well," Glenbrook head coach Todd Spurlock said. "We had a little bit of a slow start, but we came out in the second quarter and controlled the game."

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Football

Action from the Doyline Tournament

Four more games scheduled for tonight at Lakeside

SIBLEY — The Doyline Tournament tipped off last night with four games and will continue today with four more.

Wednesday's ...

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Football

Cal hires Tech’s Sonny Dykes as new head coach

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — California hired Louisiana Tech coach Sonny Dykes on Wednesday in hopes that the offensive mastermind can revive a program that struggled in recen...

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Basketball

Crimson Tide shoots down Flyers

Crimson Tide shoots down Flyers

Minden High holds Loyola to 40 points in non-district win

The Minden High Crimson Tide used a familiar formula to get their sixth win last night, as they beat Loyola, 61-4...

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Basketball

Doyline Tournament starts today

DOYLINE — Doyline High School's annual basketball tournament will go on despite the school's temporary closing due to the Camp Minden Explo situation.

But there is a chang...

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Basketball

Lakeside falls to Benton

LAKESIDE —The Lakeside Warriors opened their 2012 home schedule with a 50-46 loss to Benton on Tuesday.

"We didn't play too well," Lakeside head coach Jason Gould said. "N...

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Basketball

Minden Lady Tiders drop close game to Loyola

The Minden High Lady Tiders led early but couldn't hold off Loyola Prep, as the Lady Flyers fought back for a late 43-42 win over Minden.

The Lady Tider held a one-point l...

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