Minden Press-Herald

Oct 01st

A look at this week's games

11-6 football

The LHSAA 2013 football regular season will come to an end this Friday night with all three Webster Parish public schools in action.

Also, Glenbrook will play a second-round MAIS playoff game this Friday night.

It's not a given, but there is a good chance that all three public school teams could join Glenbrook as playoff teams with wins this week.

Minden High

The Minden Crimson Tide kept their playoff hopes alive with a 34-33 overtime win over Huntington last week.

The Tide (4-5) currently sit at #33 in the Class 4A power rankings. The top 32 teams in each class make the playoffs, and a win this week over

Northwood would almost certainly move the Tide high enough in the rankings to earn a spot.

Northwood comes into this week's game sporting an 8-1 record. The Falcons have won seven in a row, including last week's 34-14 win over Benton.

Northwood's only loss this season was to 5A Captain Shreve in week two. The Falcons sit at #11 in the Class 4A power rankings.


The Glenbrook Apaches beat River Oaks, 36-13 in the first-round of the MAIS playoffs last week. This week the Apaches will head to Natchez, Ms. to take on the Adams County Christian School Rebels.

Glenbrook and ACCS met earlier this season, with the Rebels taking a 70-48 win.

"I feel like ACCS is one of the best teams in our class," said Glenbrook head coach Greg Tibbett. "They have a lot of athletes and a big offensive line as well as one of the best coaches in our association in David King."

Kick-off is at 7 p.m.


The Lakeside Warriors improved to 6-3 with a wild 70-68 win over North Caddo last week.

The win vaulted the Warriors into the #13 position in the Class 2A power rankings, almost guaranteeing head coach Joey Pesses' first playoff spot

with the Warriors.

This week the Warriors will close out their regular season with a home game gainst Lakeview.

Lakeview is 2-7 on the season and have lost their last five in a row. The Gators lost to Red River, 28-20 last week.

Game time is 7 p.m.

North Webster

The North Webster Knights won for the fifth time in six weeks, as they defeated Green Oaks, 49-15, last week.

With the win, the Knights jumped up to #18 in this week's Class 3A power rankings.

This week the Knights look to clinch their playoff spot with a road game at Booker T. Washington.

BTW is 1-8 on the season and fell to Green Oaks (21-6) and Evangel (56-0) the last two weeks.

Kick-off will be at 7 p.m.

Last Updated ( November 06, 2013 )  





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