Minden Press-Herald

Thursday
Jul 31st

Sports

Sports Opinion

Rocky start gives no hint of Rat L-Traps success

Look in the tackle boxes of any 10 bass fishermen you know, not only here in Louisiana but around the country as well and chances are excellent you'll find a Rat-L-Trap or two in half of them. With millions sold for years, this outstanding bass lure had its beginning and in fact, still calls Alexandria its home.

A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of joining a group of writers on a tour of north Louisiana lakes and outdoor-related industries to showcase just what our part of the world has to offer the fisherman. Hosted by the Explore Louisiana North group one of our stops was at the Bill Lewis Lure Company in Alexandria. Quite frankly, I was a bit shocked at what I saw.

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Football

Magical season ends for the Knights

SPRINGHILL—Despite their 50-6 loss to #1 seed John Curtis on Friday night, North Webster head coach John Ware was a proud man.

"I am very proud of my team," he said. "They...

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Basketball

Glenbrook tops Riverdale

HOMER—The Glenbrook Apaches traveled to Homer Friday night for their last basketball game before the Thanksgiving break.

The Apaches played the Riverdale Rebels and got th...

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Basketball

Minden High/Lakeside jamboree

Crimson Tide, Lady Tiders take pre-season wins

The Minden High and Lakeside basketball teams gathered at the Palace at Minden High for a pre-season basketball jamboree Thu...

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Football

North Webster set to host 2A’s top seed John Curtis

The North Webster Knights have been one of the surprise teams this season in the LHSAA.

Under first-year head coach John Ware, the Knights ended the regular season with a ...

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Track and Field

Lakeside runners earn All-State honors

NATCHITOCHES —The Lakeside Warrior Cross-Country teams completed a successful season as the ladies placed eighth and the men were fifth at the AA State meet at NSU.

There ...

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Basketball

Little League Registration

The Minden Recreation Department is now holding registration for their little league basketball program.

The program is for boys ages seven to 12-years old and girls seven...

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