Minden Press-Herald

Thursday
Oct 02nd

Sports

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.

Read more...
 

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...

Read more...

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...

Read more...

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 ...

Read more...

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...

Read more...
Page 245 of 448

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Facebook

Who's Online

We have 1148 guests and 2 members online