Minden Press-Herald

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Oct 02nd

Sports

Tennis phenom has local ties

Nineteen-year-old Sloane Stephens became the talk of the sports world when she upset Serena Williams at the Australian Open quarterfinals, and she certainly advanced the family name by doing so.

But she's not the first member of the Stephens family to gain fame in sports. Her father John, a former Springhill Lumberjack was selected in the first round of the 1988 NFL draft out of Northwestern State, won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award that season after he gained 1,168 yards and scored four touchdowns on 297 carries.

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Minden High moves into second place

Crimson Tide beats Fair Park Indians, 69-56

The Minden Crimson Tide entered Tuesday's game with Fair Park tied with the Indians for second place in District 1-4A.

But after...

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Glenbrook downs C.A., 81-71

The Glenbrook Apaches, led by a combined 67 points from Jalen Patterson and Cade Spurlock, downed the Claiborne Academy Rebels, 81-71, Tuesday night.

"I thought the kids p...

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Lady Tiders beat Fair Park

The Minden Lady Tiders won their second District 1-4A game in a row, beating Fair Park, 51-45, Tuesday night at Minden.

"This was a really big win for us," Lady Tider head...

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Warriors fall

SIBLEY — The Lakeside Warriors dropped a District 2-2A game to Homer, 76-43, Tuesday night at Lakeside.

"It was just another night where we played well for most of the gam...

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