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Playing up two classifications for the second straight week, the Ouachita Christian Eagles face the Jena Giants on Friday night at Steven Fitzhugh Field.

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Since the announcement of West Monroe’s Week 3 matchup with Longview in the first Joe Delaney Memorial Classic in Shreveport, hype swirled in Ouachita Parish about two of the premier high school football programs in the nation clashing. 

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Leading 14-7 in the waning seconds of the first half, Sterlington would have been content to run out the clock. Instead, Dallas Reagor broke around the right edge for a 60-yard touchdown run on what turned out to be the pivotal play in the Panthers’ 40-19 victory over Ouachita Christian on F…

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Odd second-half plays almost always seem to happen in Bill Ruple Stadium on a football Friday night with heavy stakes on the line.

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A successful debut as a head coach, clutch defensive effort and several blowouts highlighted an eventful Week 1 in local LHSAA action.

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Three years ago, Hayes Crockett was throwing passes to Layton Rainbolt and Hunter Herring at Prairie View of the MAIS. Now seniors, Crockett and Rainbolt remain a tandem at Sterlington. When the Panthers host Ouachita Christian on Friday night, Herring will be Crockett’s opposing quarterback.

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Expect another barnburner when Ouachita Christian visits Sterlington Friday night, but then again, maybe not. Truthfully, you never know what’s going to happen when the Highway 165 neighbors get together.

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So disgusted with his play in a three-way preseason scrimmage against West Ouachita and Carroll, Richwood junior wide receiver/defensive back Calvin “CJ” Henderson Jr. asked to be removed from the starting lineup.

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LOGANSPORT — Sterlington broke up a close game shortly before halftime on its way to a 43-7 season-opening victory over Logansport on Friday night.

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Ouachita head coach Jeff Fitzgerald could feel the swing in momentum. With his team leading 14-0 in the second half, it was all Ouachita up until a well-covered deep ball was completed by Airline and his young team had to respond. That gut feeling proved to be true, as Airline went on to bea…

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Ouachita Christian surprised head coach Steven Fitzhugh at halftime of the Eagles' 49-14 rout against Arcadia by naming the field in his honor. 

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Neville ended Ruston’s two-game win streak over the Tigers in a 21-20 victory Friday night in Bill Ruple Stadium. The Tigers nearly handed the Bearcats the victory with a costly special team blunder and four first-half interceptions, but a strong second-half effort paved the way for victory.   

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FARMERVILLE — D’Arbonne Woods Charter School unveiled its new on-campus stadium Thursday night, but the game itself belonged solely to the visitors.

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When Woodlawn makes the journey from Shreveport to Richwood on Friday night, it will mark a new beginning for both programs.

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Two of the state’s winningest programs over the past three years take the field Friday night when Sterlington visits Logansport for the season opener.

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St. Frederick will set out to play the spoiler Thursday night when it visits D’Arbonne Woods for the inaugural game in the Timberwolves’ new on-campus stadium. Starting time is 7 p.m. in Farmerville.

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In a matchup of two teams anxious to put 2018 behind them, Friday night’s Carroll-Booker T. Washington encounter provides an opportunity to start anew. 

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Unfazed by a predicted late summer heat wave, Ouachita Christian coach Steven Fitzhugh celebrated Labor Day by making a snow angel in the end zone. Fitzhugh’s celebration actually had more to do with the imminent completion of the Eagles’ new turf field than the holiday.

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With the outcome of the game hinging on one play, Nick Parrino knocked a 32-yard field goal through the uprights with three seconds remaining as River Oaks topped East Rankin (Miss.) 17-16 Friday night.

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Ouachita Christian unleashed a balanced offense and a veteran defense held Franklin Parish to four first downs in a 27-0 Bayou Jamb victory over ULM on Friday night.

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Ouachita football head coach Jeff Fitzgerald will be the first to say his Lions looked like an incomplete product against Ruston in a 20-6 loss Thursday night in the Bayou Jamb 2019.

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