Minden Press-Herald

Oct 02nd

Who plays where Friday night

10-23 mhs

The 2013 high school football season is quickly winding down. The LHSAA schools still have three weeks left in their regular seasons, but this week is the final week for MAIS schools.

Three out of four of our parish teams will play at home this week. Here's a look at who and where our teams will play this Friday night.

Minden High

The Minden Crimson Tide fell to 3-4 with a 42-12 loss to North DeSoto last Friday night.

The Tide hosts Benton High this Friday in their annual Homecoming game. It will also be the Tide's final regular scheduled home game.

Benton is also 3-4 coming into the game after beating Loyola, 35-7, last week. The Tigers also beat North DeSoto, 23-7, earlier in the year, so the Tide will have their hands full.

Game time is 7 p.m.


The 5-2 Glenbrook Apaches clinched a MAIS playoff spot with their win over Riverfield last Friday night.

This week the Apaches will be playing for playoff position, as they host the Prairie View Academy Spartans.

PVA comes into the game with a 3-4 record. The Spartans lost 43-0 to River Oaks last week, but they beat Tallulah and Union Christian earlier this year.

Kick-off is at 7 p.m.


The Lakeside Warriors will celebrate their annual Homecoming this Friday night when they host the Calvary Baptist Cavaliers.

Lakeside, 5-2 on the year, is coming off a tough loss to Homer last week but will try to get back on track with another tough District 2-2A game.

Perennial 2A-power Calvary comes into the game with an uncharacteristic record of 3-4. The Cavaliers have won their last two games, 39-6 over Lakeview and 62-6 over North Caddo, so they may finally gotten everything together.

Game time is 7 p.m.

North Webster

The North Webster Knights dropped to 4-3 with a 24-6 loss to Evangel last Friday night.

The Knights played well in the loss and head coach John Ware hopes that effort will carry over to this week's game.

The Knights will travel to Mansfield to take on the Wolverines in an important 1-3A match-up.

Mansfield is also 4-3 on the year, and are coming off a 19-6 win over Green Oaks last week. Mansfield won their first two games of the year, lost their next three and now have won their last two.

Game time is 7 p.m.

Last Updated ( October 23, 2013 )  





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