Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Aug 27th

Sports

Football

Homecoming heartbreak for the Tide

The Crimson Tide came out on Friday night in front of a packed crowd for homecoming fired up and ready to win their first contest of the season.

But it was a heartbreaking loss for the Tide. Minden trailed by just three points with a little more than a minute to play, but Huntington scored twice before the end to make the final, 42-25.

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Basketball

Doyline to host Tip-Off Jamboree

The Doyline Panthers and Lady Panthers will host a five-school, 10-team basketball jamboree this Thursday night (October 25th).

The event will be held at the Minden High S...

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Football

Glenbrook Apaches fall in shoot-out to Cenla

PINEVILLE — The Glenbrook Apaches traveled to Pineville Friday night to take on the Cenla Christian Academy Lions, and the game turned into just what head coach Greg Tibb...

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Football

Knights have playoffs in sight as they top Rebels

SPRINGHILL—The North Webster Knights took another step towards a LHSAA Class 2A playoff spot with a 51-28 win over North Caddo on Friday.

The Knights have now won five of ...

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Football

Lakeside falls to Homer Pels

SIBLEY—It was an unhappy homecoming for the Lakeside Warriors, as they fell 40-0 to Homer Friday night in front of their returning alumni.

The Pelicans improved to 6-2 wit...

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Football

Glenbrook looks to tame Lions

Apaches head to Pineville

The Glenbrook Apaches will head to Pineville today to take on the Cenla Christian Academy Lions in a district match-up.

The Apaches are 5-3 (2-3 i...

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Football

Homecoming at Lakeside

SIBLEY — Tonight homecoming will be celebrated at Lakeside High School, as the Warriors host the Homer Pelicans.

The football team also hopes to be celebrating a win.

Lakes...

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