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Apr 24th

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Minden, Lakeside to hold Senior Nights

Minden High and Lakeside will hold their annual Senior Night programs as they honor their senior players for their time at the schools.

Minden High will host Fair Park tonight as the Crimson Tide will honor their four seniors, D.J. Wallace, Tray Hawkins, Ashton Williams and Jarvis Lewis.

"As a group, these four guys have really worked hard for all the years they've been here," Tide head coach Alan Shaw said. "They have really been an asset to our program because of their work ethic and the way they have been part of our team."

Last Updated ( February 10, 2012 )

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Apaches, Lady Apaches beat up on Mt. Olive

The Glenbrook basketball teams swept a pair of games from Mt. Olive Thursday night on their annual Senior Night.

The Apaches rolled past Mt. Olive, 91-30 and the Lady Apac...

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Glenbrook to hold Senior Night tonight

School has declared a ‘Pink Out’ for breast cancer awarness

Glenbrook will honor their senior basketball players as they host Mt. Olive in their annual Senior Night.

In add...

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Running Rebels, Pink Diamonds take little league wins

Results from last week's little league basketball action.

11 & 12 year-old boys

Running Rebels 54, Panthers 14

Christian Mardis led the Rebels with 15 points and Prentis...

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Doyline teams sweep Dodson

DOYLINE —The Doyline High School basketball teams hosted Dodson in a pair of District 2B games Tuesday.

Both teams pulled out victories. The Panthers won 80-35. and the la...

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