Minden Press-Herald

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Jul 31st

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Glenbrook falls to Riverfield, 22-14

Glenbrook falls to Riverfield, 22-14

RAYVILLE — The key for the Glenbrook Apaches this season was going to staying healthy. With their numbers down, the Apaches needed to have as few injuries as possible to stay in the hunt for a district title.

So far that plan hasn't worked out for Glenbrook. Two starters missed the season opening win over Riverdale, and two more starters left Friday's 22-14 loss to Riverfield, giving head coach Ryan Porter reason to worry.

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Lady Apaches split two tourney games

MONROE — The Lady Apaches traveled to Monroe Saturday to take part in the River Oaks Tournament.

The Lady Apaches split a pair of games, beating River Oaks, 4-2 and fallin...

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Warriors, Knights take part in jamboree

SIBLEY- The Lakeside Warriors and North Webster Knights, along with the Rayville Hornets, all took part in the Lakeside Jamboree Friday night at Lakeside High School. And...
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Crimson Tide set to Jam at the Joe

Crimson Tide set to Jam at the Joe

The Minden Crimson Tide will take one step closer to opening their 2011 regular season on Saturday when they take part in the Jam at the Joe at Joe Aillet Stadium at Loui...

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Jr. Apaches Win Opener

Jr. Apaches Win Opener

Glenbrook JV quarterback Caden Copeland (#42) looks for Spencer White (#22) on this play during the junior Apaches 12-8 win over Briarfield Thursday at Glenbrook. This pa...

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