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West Monroe head coach Wade Simoneaux put all his chips on the table before a semifinal matchup down in Sulphur. To play for a state championship, the No. 2 Rebels would have to through No. 6 Walker, but that wasn't going to force Simoneaux's hand in picking the team's pitcher. So Simoneaux …

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In 2017, Neville defeated Tioga 15-1 to win the Class 4A State Championship. In a semifinal showdown between the two schools four years later, Tioga gave the Tigers a taste of their own medicine in an 8-2 Indian victory.

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The Ouachita Christian Eagles won't have the opportunity to defend their 2019 state championship. But the Eagles can certainly make it two championships in a row on Friday after the No. 1 Eagles' 3-0 victory against No. 5 Catholic - Pointe Coupee. 

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Being part of a two-team district while claiming a Top 4 seed for the majority of the season made for an inevitable long list of district accolades for the Neville Lady Tigers. 

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The Panthers took it to the Giants early and often on Saturday at Panther Park in Game 3 of a best-of-three quarterfinal series. No. 1 Sterlington used 18 hits, four of them being singles by Seaver Sheets, to steamroll No. 9 Jena, 20-3.

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The No. 4 Neville Tigers were down to their final out. After surrendering a 3-0 lead in Game 1 and ultimately losing that game, 4-3, the Tigers were down 3-1 with two outs and two on in the seventh inning of Game 2. 

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For the third time in the last four complete seasons, the West Monroe Rebels will make their way down to Sulphur to compete in the Class 5A state tournament.

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The Jena Giants clubbed out a win last night at Sterlington High In game two of their matchup with the Panthers.

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After six of their previous seven games were won by a single run, West Monroe coaches were looking for a night without drama in a bad way. Thanks to a 10-0 six-inning victory against Dutchtown in Game 1 Friday night, they got just that.

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As far as best-of-three series go, it's hard to beat a 10-run rule, five-inning performance in Game 1. No. 1 Ouachita Christian did just that with a 12-2 victory against No. 8 Covenant Christian Friday night. 

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Neville head coach Paul Guerriero emphasized the importance of practice after No. 4 Neville saw its 3-0 lead dissipate into a 4-3 loss to No. 5 Lakeshore in Game 1 Friday night. 

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The Ouachita Christian boys and girls track teams won state championship meets together for the first time since 2012.

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In front of a packed crowd at Sterlington High School, the No. 1 Panthers survived a three-run second inning by the Jena Giants to win game one of their best-of-three quarterfinal baseball series.

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Chad Olinde made it known from day one what the strength of this Claiborne Christian Crusader team is. Inarguably, it’s been pitching all season long.

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Patterson entered a best-of-three second round matchup as an underdog to top-ranked Sterlington last weekend, and it didn't take long for the Panthers to prove why. 

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There is no corner cutting when it comes to gaining valuable experience. Veteran coach Paul Guerriero knows this better than most. And that’s why he continously challenged and patiently waited for his Neville Tigers to do two things — handle adversity better and play for one another.Until th…

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An uncharacteristic outing on the bump created a nightmarish scenario in Game 1 of a best-of-three series out at Shelby Aulds Field Friday night. But a poised outing from a freshman in relief followed by a seven-run fifth inning provided quite an eventful second-round matchup between No. 2 (…

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On paper, No. 22 West Ouachita was undoubtedly the underdog heading into its Tuesday night road contest against No. 11 Acadiana. For folks who know a thing or two about Louisiana high school baseball, though, they knew better than to handicap this playoff game heavily in favor of the home team... 

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The Ouachita Christian boys and girls track teams dominated the Regional 1-1A event this past week.

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The No. 30 Ouachita Lions turned heads across the state with a 7-5 victory over No. 3 Live Oak Monday night in the opening round of the Class 5A playoffs. 

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Sterlington had every opportunity to fold against No. 2 Kaplan in a quarterfinal showdown on the road. And every Sterlington fan likely would have patted the young team on the back and said something to the effect of, “You’ll get ‘em next year.”

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