Minden Press-Herald

Friday
Apr 18th

Sports

Glenbrook tops Rivefield

The Apache netters traveled to Rayville for a district match-up with the Riverfield Raiders, one featuring the top four girls' singles players.

The 5-2 results favored the Apaches as did the "mighty contests." "Collectively, we showcased some of the best play we have shown this season. There were times when "walk about's" crept in, but we remained calm, determined, and focused. Our boys' doubles won for the first time this season; the outing was a good one," noted coach Wayne Orr.

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Collins takes two titles in Haynesville

HAYNESVILLE — The Lakeside Warriors traveled to the Haynesville Invitational at the North Webster High school Track complex.

At the same time Shanae Collins was making a 1...

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Sometimes a ‘heavy dose of silence’ works

It's daybreak; a barred owl hoots and an old gobbler sounds off from the limb where he roosted last night. It's time to start playing the "come hither" game with him.

I'll...

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Minden falls to Benton

Minden falls to Benton

The Minden Crimson Tide dropped to below .500 (11-12) with a 6-5 loss to Benton on Saturday at Griffith Stadium. The loss dropped the Tide to 4-2 in district play.

Benton ...

Lakeside tops Red River

Lakeside tops Red River

COUSHATTA — The Lakeside Warriors rolled past Red River Thursday, shu­­tting out the Bulldogs, 19-0.

The Warriors out-hit the Bulldogs 20-2 and scored three runs in the fi...

Last Updated ( April 11, 2014 )

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