Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Apr 16th

Sports

Softball

Lady Knights head into playoffs

Lakeside and Doyline also make LHSAA softball playoffs

SPRINGHILL—The North Webster High School Lady Knights softball team just completed a very successful 2012 regular season, and will now look to advance in the LHSAA Class 2A playoffs, as they host District 7-2A champion Runnels High School today at 5 p.m.

The Lady Knights finished 18-9 and 5-3 in District 1-2A play in their first year together as a new school.

"We had a very good first season as a consolidated school," Lady Knights head coach Tony Mullins said. "We've got girls from Springhill, Sarepta, Shongaloo and Cotton Valley. Seems like we have been overlooked all year long."

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Baseball

Lakeside’s late rally sinks Haynesville

HAYNESVILLE-The Lakeside Warriors improved to 18-9 with a 6-2 non-district win over the Haynesville Golden Tornado on Saturday.

Timothy Griffith took the win on the mound ...

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Baseball

Apaches split pair of district games

The Glenbrook Apaches had a dose of good news and a dose of bad this past weekend.

On Friday, the Apaches clinched a MAIS playoff spot with a 5-2 win over Franklin Academy...

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Baseball

Minden High rolls past Northwood

Tide improves record to 22-5 on the season

The Minden Crimson Tide improved to 22-5 and 8-0 in district play with a big 16-4 win over Northwood at Griffith Stadium on Thur...

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Baseball

Lakeside Warriors defeat Sterlington

STERLINGTON — The Lakeside Warriors beat Sterlington 2-1 in Sterlington on Thursday, setting up an even bigger match-up next week.

"We set ourselves up to play them next w...

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Tennis

Glenbrook netters take 5-2 win over Prairie View Spartans

Hosting the Prairie View Spartans, the Apache netters opened the "home" portion of their schedule and claimed a 5-2 win.

"This is the fourth week of our season, and becaus...

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Basketball

Carpenter signs with Nicholls State

Lakeside senior standout basketball player T.J. Carpenter signed a national letter-of-intent to play basketball at Nicholls State on Wednesday.

A group of family, coaches,...

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