Minden Press-Herald

Thursday
Apr 24th

Sports

Basketball

Lady Panthers 63, Lady Tigers 49

DOYLINE —The Doyline Lady Panthers (15-7 overall, 3-1 in district) trailed eary, but used a big second half, including a 38-point fourth quarter, to power past Castor, 63-49, Friday night.

Castor led 11-3 at the end of the first quarter, and 24-12, at the half. But the lady panthers re-grouped at halftime, and out-scored Castor, 51-25 in the second half, including 38-11 in the fourth quarter.

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Basketball

Glenbrook takes two wins in Hope

HOPE, AR. — The Glenbrook Apaches and Lady Apaches traveled to Hope, Arkansas to play a pair of games with Garrett Memorial.

The Apaches beat the Saints, 67-64, and the La...

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Basketball

Minden’s little league boys get back into action

The Minden Rec. Basketball season began recently with a flurry of games. Here are the scores and results from last week's boys' games.

7 & 8 year old boys

Triple Threat...

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Basketball

Hornets announce new name, logo

Team to end season as Hornets before becoming New Orleans Pelicans

NEW ORLEANS —New Orleans Hornets Owner Tom Benson announced today that at the conclusion of the 2012-13 ...

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Basketball

Minden Rec. basketball season begins

318 Dream Team, Kennon’s Angels get wins

The Minden Rec. basketball season began recently with a flurry of games. Here are the scores and results from last week's girls' g...

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Tennis

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 ...

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Basketball

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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