Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Sep 17th

Sports

Is it really anybody’s championship?

Time to see if NCAA tourney really up for grabs

Brad Stevens is amused by all this talk of parity in the NCAA tournament.

The coach who guided little Butler to the national championship game two years in a row wonders why everyone seems to be saying all at once: Hey, there's some pretty good teams beyond the glamour conferences.

Stevens remembers his first basketball job, as Butler's director of basketball operations in 2001, when the Bulldogs easily won their first-round game as a No. 10 seed. They cruised past Wake Forest, an entry from the mighty Atlantic Coast Conference, after leading 43-10 at halftime. Yep, 43-10!

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Glenbrook rolls past Franklin, 11-3

Glenbrook rolls past Franklin, 11-3

Apaches improve to 11-4 overall; 4-1 in district

WINNSBORO — The Glenbrook Apaches improved to 4-1 in dis- trict play with an 11-3 win over Franklin Academy on Tuesday.

"Th...

Minden High falls to Calvary

Minden High falls to Calvary

SHREVEPORT — The Minden Crimson Tide ran into a buzz saw Tuesday at Calvary as Cavalier pitcher Cameron Burns limited them to just three hits in a 12-0 Calvary win.

Carson...

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Bossier Bearkats top Panthers, 12-3

DOYLINE — The Doyline Panthers (7-6) fell to Bossier, 12-3, on Tuesday.

Doyline starter Gage Brunson took the loss.

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A look at this week’s baseball schedule

A look at this week’s baseball schedule

Tournament action dominates later in week

The high school baseball season is now in full swing, here's a look at this week's games.

Minden High

The Crimson Tide have begun t...

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