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Mangham High battled Jonesboro-Hodge to the final whistle Friday in Jonesboro, but the Dragons came up short in a 28-18 loss to the Tigers in a Class 2A Regional contest.

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Franklin Parish Ferriday had to go an extra five minutes before defeating Ferriday 70-68 in boys basketball action Friday in Ferrtiday.

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Approximately 80 people braved cool temperatures to give honor and remember Matt Clark, a local missionary, businessman and family man who passed away June 30.

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A short-handed Mangham High School football team advanced in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs as the Dragons defeated Capitol High of Baton Rouge 28-6 Friday in Mangham.

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Franklin Parish tips off its season Tuesday as the Patriots travel to Monroe for a contest against Richwood.

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“Servant leadership is easy for people with high self-esteem. Such people have no problem giving credit to others. They have no problem listening to other people for ideas. They have no problem in building other people up.” Ken Blanchard

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CROWVILLE GIRLS Basketball Team won first place in the 2021 Tensas Invitational Basketball Tournament. Daniya Crockett was selected Tounament’s MVP, while Madison Mobley and Treniya Anderson both landed the All Tournament Award. (Submitted photo)

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Mangham High took care of business Friday with a 46-0 win over Rayville and now the Dragons prepare for their third unbeaten team this year.

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GLOW in the Ville Fun Run is set for Dec. 4 beginning at 5 p.m. in Crowville. The race will begin at the community center.

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Starting today, October 12, 2021, hunters can tag and validate their deer or turkey harvest directly from their smartphone (via text or website) immediately after the animal is harvested. Log into your account at LouisianaOutdoors.com and select E-tag/Text-to-Tag to enroll, then follow the s…

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Mangham High’s special teams were just that, as Jalen Williams returned a kickoff and punt for touchdowns at the Dragons celebrated Homecoming with a 42-14 win over Vidalia Friday night.

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“Beat Down In The Boro” will be Oct. 16 at 1 p.m. in the River of Life gymnasium. River of Life is located at 127 Ellis Lane in Winnsboro.

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 The Franklin Academy Lady Cougars won their first state championship in eight years when they prevailed in the decisive game three of their best-of-three series against Prairie View Academy to claim the Class 3A state championship. 

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Mangham High used the legs of running back Jalen Williams and quarterback T.J. Bell to defeat Ferriday 36-0 on a muddied Melz Field Friday in a game delayed for an hour by lightning.

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State tournament play began on October 2 with the top eight teams remaining in 3-AAA commencing a double-elimination tournament in Magee, Mississippi, with the top two finishers advancing to a best-of-three series for the championship later this week. 

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Mangham High picked up its first shutout of the season as the Dragons blanked Delhi Charter 42-0 in its District 2-2A opener in Mangham.

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Troubles in the red zone continued to haunt Franklin Parish Thursday night as the Patriots fell to Carroll 35-12 in Monroe Thursday.

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Mangham dropped its first game of the season as the Class 1A Dragons fell to 3A Sterlington 35-13 Friday in Mangham.

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Franklin Parish head football coach Sonny Nason makes no bones about it. His Patriot team was overmatched going into its Friday’s contest at Lake Charles College Prep Friday.

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Mangham High School offensive lineman Antonio Bell picked up a loose fumble at the Oak Grove 1-yard line and carried it the end zone to give Mangham a 27-23 upset win over the two-time defending Class A state champion Tigers Friday in Oak Grove.

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Franklin Academy varsity dropped their second contest of the season 38-6  to last year’s state runner-up Tallulah Academy.

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LEAGUE PARTICIPANTS learn life skills such as teamwork with every practice having a devotional. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)

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If anyone was concerned about Mangham’s explosiveness entering the 2021 season after losing so many productive weapons last season, those worries were put to bed during Mangham’s opening series of The Bayou Jamb 2021.

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Anne Elise Sartin of Franklin Academy was recently named to the Midsouth Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) Pre-Season Top 20 Team.  This team was comprised of players from all classifications of MAIS.  

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