Minden Press-Herald

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Jul 31st

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Baseball

Minden High Senior Night

Minden High Senior Night

The Minden Crimson Tide will close out their 2013 home baseball regular schedule today. They host Huntington High School at 6 p.m. in Minden’s annual Senior Night. Weather permitting, Minden and Huntington will play at 6 p.m. Before the game, Minden High will honor their four seniors, Thomas Pevy, Marshal Frye, McCaul Lacobee and Jacob Lester.

 
Golf

Local golfer nabs hole-in-one

During the weekly Tuesday morning Senior Golf Scramble at the Pine Hills Golf Course on April 16, Charles Purdy carded a hole-in-one.

The event took place on the Par 3, 12...

Basketball

Minden High basketball banquet

The Minden High Basketball teams will be hosting their annual post-season basketball banquet on Tuesday, April 23.

The banquet will honor the Crimson Tide and Lady Tiders ...

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Basketball

Lakers take last playoff spot

The Los Angeles Lakers secured a playoff spot even before taking the court, then needed overtime of their own game to learn where they were seeded.

The Clippers also had t...

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Track and Field

Doyline Lady Panthers take title

For the sixth straight year, the Doyline Lady Panthers have won the District 1-B track & field district championship.

The Lady Panthers out-classed the rest of the dis...

Tennis

Apache netters top River Oaks

MONROE — The Glenbrook Apache netters traveled to Monroe yesterday for a return dual match with the River Oaks Mustangs and claimed a 6-5 win.
Leading the way for the Apac...

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Baseball

Glenbrook takes Game 1 from WCCA

Glenbrook takes Game 1 from WCCA

WOODVILLE,MS. — The Glenbrook Apaches entered the MAIS playoffs Tuesday with Game 1 of their best two-out-of-three playoff series with Wilkinson County Christian Academy....

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