The Minden Crimson Tide are putting last week’s tough loss to Woodlawn behind them and focusing on the task at hand, a playoff run to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for the state championship game.
Minden head coach Spencer Heard and his team were disappointed with the loss in what became a de facto
district title matchup in Independence Stadium, but with their season on the line this Friday against No. 28 seed Franklin Parish, it hasn’t been difficult getting his senior-heavy team ready to play.
“We’re focused on the next season now,” Heard said. “You can’t live in the past, so