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The (7-0) Sterlington football team is clicking on all cylinders right now, but rest assured Panther fans, that won’t encourage the Panthers to rest on their laurels down the stretch.

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During West Monroe’s 100-game win streak over district opponents, only six wins have come by single digits. And for the first quarter against West Ouachita, it looked as though the Rebels would be in one of those rare dogfights in District 2-5A.

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In a matchup between District 2-3A titans — the only two teams to claim the district crown since Sterlington moved into the district in 2017 — the (6-0) Sterlington Panthers reigned supreme with a 28-12 victory against (3-3) Union Parish Friday night.

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The (6-0) Ouachita Christian football team scored victories over its top three opponents in district, according to LSWA polls, just five weeks into the season. But the Eagles weren’t taking any victory laps with a 5-0 record.

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Carroll head coach Tank Washington kept it real about the Bulldogs’ looming district matchup against Richwood.

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The Ouachita Lions knew tackling Tennessee commit Dylan Sampson out of Dutchtown would be a daunting task Friday night. And it proved to be in a 42-33 loss, where Sampson and the Griffins rushed for 380 yards.

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For those clamoring to see Sterlington's defense line up against one of the most talented running backs in the state this week, forgive Panther defenders if they greet you with, “Oh yeah, where have you been?”

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Mike Rainwater gave credit to Loyola College Prep for coming into West Ouachita High School and delivering a 41-27 blow to the Chiefs Friday night. But the loss stung for more reasons than one.

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Ouachita Christian plays its three toughest district opponents within the first five weeks of the season. So far, the Eagles have taken down defending Class 1A State Champions Oak Grove and edged Cedar Creek in last Friday night's classic.

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The River Oaks Mustangs overcame a seven-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Montgomery, 48-42, Friday night and improve to 2-2 on the season.

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The Sterlington Panthers improved to 4-0 on the season with a road victory against 4A foe North DeSoto Friday night. And that’s the major takeaway for Sterlington fans.

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The Ouachita football team collected the start it needed and the strong finish it desired to earn a road win against a Class 3A State Championship contender in Union. In the end, the Lions celebrated a 31-28 victory against one of the better teams in Northeast Louisiana. 

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The West Ouachita Chiefs got back to .500 on the season with a 47-7 homecoming victory against Lakeside Friday night.

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Cedar Creek was two minutes away from pulling off the stunner of the year in Class 1A. But the Ouachita Christian Eagles football team believes they're never out of the fight, and Steven Fitzhugh’s bunch proved that again in a 33-22 victory Friday night.

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Last week’s slate of games offered plenty to talk about throughout the area, and Week 4 offers even more juicy storylines, including a matchup that pits the top two recruits in the state against one another.

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The Ouachita Christian coaching staff wants to get one message across to its talented football team this week — Cedar Creek is a play or two away from being undefeated heading into Friday night’s matchup.

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After a game that featured just about every emotion imaginable, Ouachita head coach Todd Garvin had a clear perspective — you can’t do better than win.

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A lightning delay only suspended what Neville fans felt would be an inevitable outcome when the Jena Giants played its “home game” in Bill Ruple Stadium Friday night.

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It’s been 294 days since West Monroe fans gathered in Rebel Stadium for a Friday night high school football game, and after a near two-hour delay where many fans passed time in their cars in the parking lot, the Rebel faithful gathered again to witness a hard-fought 30-19 Rebel loss to the N…

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From Neville/Ruston to OCS/Oak Grove to Sterlington/Mangham, the first couple of weeks of high school football action have given us monstrous matchups from the “opening bell.”

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River Oaks head coach Robert Hannah challenged his offensive line and defensive line ahead of a matchup against Tensas last Friday, and those units answered the call in a 34-12 victory.

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It took Sterlington's coaching staff all but a few seconds of watching tape to realize Mangham's speed could be a problem for the Panthers Friday night. 

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West Monroe is now searching for a Week 2 opponent after Brother Martin informed the Rebels Tuesday morning that it could not play Friday. 

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