Minden Press-Herald

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Apr 17th

Sports

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 because of inclement weather, we have played only two matches," Glenbrook coach Wayne Orr said. "With only two weeks more of the regular schedule, I am hoping that our remaining five matches will be played. There are phases of our games that have improved, but the intricacies of strategy are still new to our young, first-year members."

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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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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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Lakeside sweeps doubleheader

Warriors to play important district game at Sterlington

SIBLEY — The Lakeside Warriors hosted the Homer Pelicans in a doubleheader Tuesday at Sibley, with the home team sw...

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Gulf South, Party Express take final week wins

The Minden Recreation Department's little league soccer program recently closed out their 2012 season.

Here's a look at those final games:

Five & six-year-old division

G...

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