Minden Press-Herald

Thursday
Oct 02nd

Sports

Football

Big week for high schools

Big week for high schools

Public school jamborees, Glenbrook plays game #2

This will be a big week for the Webster Parish high school football teams, as all four teams will be in action for the first time.

Saturday afternoon, the Minden High Crimson Tide will be taking part in the Jam at the Joe jamboree at Joe Aillet Stadium at Louisiana Tech in Ruston.

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Other Sports

North Webster High Cross Country

SPRINGHILL — North Webster High School will begin their inaugural cross country season on September 10.

Seven young men and seven young ladies will compete for individual,...

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Other Sports

Lakeside to begin varsity wrestling program

The fight is on between Lakeside and Doyline High School, now that a Lakeside Wrestling team has been approved.

"I think it will make for a great local rival and get the k...

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Tennis

Tennis Champ

Tennis Champ

On August 14,  Amelia Christy (left), a Glenbrook School 6th grader and MTAC member won the Girls 12 singles event at the Squire Creek Junior Championship in Ruston,...

Sports Opinion

Coastal problems should concern us all

Sitting up here in the north Louisiana hills, our main concern is when in the heck is this drought going to end and when will we have some cooler weather. How are these h...

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Football

Apaches win opener

Apaches win opener

The Glenbrook Apaches kicked-off their 2011 season with a 26-14 win over Riverdale on Friday. A win is a win, but Apache head coach Ryan Porter wasn't completely happy wi...

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Football

Minden High learns from scrimmage with Neville

Minden High learns from scrimmage with Neville

MONROE — The Minden Crimson Tide got their first taste of competition Friday as they headed to Monroe to scrimmage the Neville High Tigers.

Tide head coach Randy Peters se...

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