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Franklin Parish's boys basketball team came up just short in its District 1-4A opener, falling to Neville 60-55 in Winnsboro.

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Mangham senior quarterback Kaleb Pleasant was named Most Valuable Player of District 2-2A, while senior linebacker Joe Williams was named Defensive MVP.

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Ashlyn Sepulvado, a senior at Family Community Christian School, signed a letter of intent to play softball for the Louisiana College Wildcats next season.

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Franklin Parish High School senior softball pitcher Abigale Williams signed a letter intent to played for the Holmes Community College Bulldogs.

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Two years after not making the playoffs, the Mangham High Dragons are one game away from playing for a Class 2A state championship.

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Mangham High used a balanced offense and stingy defense to defeat Port Allen 35-19 Thursday in Mangham in a Class 2A quarterfinal contest.

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Down 20-0 to Kentwood on the road in the second quarter of its Class 2A Regional contest, Mangham head coach Scott Wilcher told his Dragon team not to panic, there was plenty of time left, keep its composure and just keep playing.

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ZANE CAMPBELL, eight-year-old son of Tina and Jeremy, killed his first deer on Thanksgiving day with his father in Franklin Parish. (Submitted photo)

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Family Community Christian School Lady Warriors basketball team beat the Block Bears 46-27 on Nov. 23 in Jonesville.

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After enduring what Mangham head coach Scott Wilcher called one of the craziest five or six minutes he had ever been around, the Dragon football team rolled past Madison 55-18 to advance to the second round of the Class 2A playoffs.

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Mangham High faces a familiar opponent in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs at the No. 2 Dragons welcome No. 21 Madison to Mangham after defeating the Jaguars 42-10 in Tallulah Friday.

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The LHSAA released its playoff brackets for the 2020 football season Sunday morning, which includes seven Ouachita Parish schools. 

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Baylor Cobb, Franklin Parish High School catcher, has a signed letter of intent to play for the Tulane University Green Wave.

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Mangham High clinched the District 2-2A title and kept alive its hope for the first undefeated regular season since 2014 as the Dragons defeated Vidalia 44-14 Friday in Mangham.

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Mangham High head football coach Scott Wilcher said his team would have to match Ferriday's energy, speed and physicality  to have a chance for a win at Melz Field Friday in Ferriday

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BRYCE CURTIS and the Franklin Parish High School football team wait for action at a home game. (Sun photo by Monica Huff)

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Elm Groves’s Rick Guillot, a 41 year old registered nurse at Willis Knighton  Hospital in Shreveport, has a pair of four legged friends to thank in locating a big buck he arrowed October 24. It is questionable if he would have been able to recover the 8 point Red River Parish buck without th…

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After a delay of nearly two hours, Mangham High took care of business, defeating Rayville 40-6 Friday night in Ravyille to improve to 4-0 on the season, and 2-0 in District 2-2A.

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Hunter Jones is defending his American Kombat Alliance amateur heavy weight title Nov. 13 at Hirsch Memorial Coliseum against Joshua Metzger.

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Three books authored by humor writer, Jim Mize, capture the art of how writing humor is done. (Photo by Glynn Harris)

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Union super sophomore running back Trey Holley rushed for 181 yards on 10 carries and three touchdowns to lead the Farmers past Franklin Parish 46-12 in Farmerville Friday.

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Editor’s note: The following is a recap of the best two out of three games of Franklin Academy verses Prairie View Academy. Game one was played at PVA on Oct. 7 and the other two was played in Winnsboro on Oct. 12.

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FRANKLIN PARISH PATRIOT defense was stingy Thursday night as they held LaSalle to just six points while the offense racked up 32 points led by quarterback Bryce Curtis. (Sun photo by Monica Huff)

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What a blessing it was to have been reared and introduced to hunting by a dad who did it right. He started me at the bottom, tagging along behind him and watching how he did it.

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