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Crimson Tide searching for consistency ahead of district slate

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Minden QB Antonio Rivette (#10) accounted for 3 touchdowns in last week’s win over North Webster in The Pit. Blake Branch/Press-Herald

Last season, district 1-4A featured three of the state’s most high-scoring offenses in Benton, North DeSoto and Minden.

Benton and North DeSoto are both back in the swing of things offensively. The Tigers are averaging an eye-popping 50 points per contest, while the Griffins aren’t too far behind at 40 points per game.

Minden has some ground to make up with a 25.3 points per game average.

The Tide have been their own worst enemy on that side of the ball, with penalties and miscommunication leading to turnovers and stalled drives.

This week brings a chance for the Tide to

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