Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Sep 02nd

Sports

Glenbrook takes second in tourney

The Glenbrook Lady Apaches took part in the River Oaks "Back to School" Tournament over the weekend and came home with a second place finish.

"It was just a huge team effort to accomplish what we did," Lady Apache head coach Jonathan Hardy said. "Everyone contributed in some way."

The Lady Apaches lost their first tournament game which was played at 9 a.m. in the morning. They then went on to win five straight games to reach the championship game, which they lost to River Oaks.

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An exciting new program for outdoors women

Wendy Wilson grew up in Bossier City, graduated from Louisiana Tech and more than three decades ago, pointed her compass south, married and became Wendy Billiot, settled ...

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Second half sinks Crimson Tide

RUSTON-At halftime of their Jam at the Joe match-up with Ruston High, the Minden Crimson Tide faithful had to feel good. At the end of the first 15 minutes, Minden had he...

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Glenbrook Apaches fall to Riverdale, 38-18

The Glenbrook Apaches hosted the Riverfield Raiders Friday night in their home opener as they tried to go 2-0 under new head coach Greg Tibbitt.

But the Raiders used their...

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Pesses proud of Warriors’ effort

HOMER—After a 24-hour delay because of bad weather, the Lakeside Warriors were able to get down to business and take on the Grambling Kittens in the first game of the Hom...

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