Minden Press-Herald

Thursday
Jul 10th

Softball

Sports - Softball

Glenbrook netters finish season undefeated

The Glenbrook tennis team swept a pair of matches from Riverfield last week to end their season undefeated with a 7-0 record overall and 4-0 in district.

"During the past seasons we have had individuals who were district winners, but this is the first time in several years that we have claimed the team title," Glenbrook tennis coach Wayne Orr said. "I am so very pleased for our two senior boys who have been that solidifying factor in each of our contests. Their years of dedication to the program end on a high note. They are the No. 2 seed in the South A Tournament that begins next week in Natchez, MS. In doubles play, they are undefeated and are seeded behind the reigning South A Champions."

Read more...
 
Sports - Softball

Lady Knights fall; Knights advance

SPRINGHILL—The North Webster Lady Knights playoff hopes ended Saturday, while the Knights' baseball team advanced in the LHSAA Class 2A playoffs.

The Lady Knights were shu...

Read more...
Sports - Softball

Doyline Panthers fall to Converse

CONVERSE — The Doyline Panthers closed out their 2013 baseball season with a 5-0 loss to Converse Thursday in the first round of the Class B playoffs.

"We just couldn't pu...

Read more...
Sports - Softball

St. Rest Angels, Diamond Divas take league wins

Darlings
Belle of the Ball 9, SPC Rentals 0

Claire Waites, Mallory Pesnell and Allie Martin all had two hits to lead the Belles. Vivian Still, Lauren Still, Lizzie Tuttle, ...

Read more...
Sports - Softball

Lakeside, Minden Athletic get softball wins

Lakeside, Minden Athletic get softball wins

Dixie Belles

Lakeside 6, Cooksey's Tax Service 2

Kendal Williams struck out five batters and singled to lead lakeside. Emily Maness had two hits and Ashley Nunn, Margorie B...

Page 8 of 24

Advertisement

Advertisement

kingdom

Advertisement

Facebook

Who's Online

We have 887 guests and 4 members online