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Three parish boys basketball teams entered the weekend looking to clinch state tournament berths, and all three squads made good on their effort.  

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The No. 10 West Monroe Lady Rebels could not overcome shooting 21% from the field with a size disadvantage to No. 6 Captain Shreve in the Class 5A semifinals. West Monroe fell 47-32 after being held to just 15 points through the first three quarters.

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West Monroe and Neville girls basketball teams came up short in the Class 5A and Class 4A semifinals, respectively. 

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Before every Wossman boys basketball game, head coach Casey Jones tries to say one thing before his team breaks the huddle and takes the court: “Have fun.”

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Neville veteran guard PD McCraney vigorously shook his leg on the bench after exiting the game with a cramp late in the third quarter. McCraney limped around but ultimately came back into the game and scored 10 fourth-quarter points in a 55-54 second round thriller over No. 13 (13-10) Helen Cox. 

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Ouachita Christian hangs its hat on relentless pressure, and St. Martin’s Episcopal found that out in a 64-32 Lady Eagle semifinal victory Monday afternoon.

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West Monroe head coach Amy Daigle captured a milestone she won’t soon forget over the weekend at ULM. Daigle earned her 500th victory in her storied 26-year career as softball head coach.

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Anybody see that new Wonder Woman movie? If you didn’t, I totally get why. The reviews weren’t exactly great for the sequel to the 2017 blockbuster, but it did something right... 

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Moments after the most devastating loss of his coaching career, West Monroe head coach Kyle Hill walked over to the radio booth to do a postgame interview.

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It wasn’t (27-2) Ouachita Christian’s birthright to play for a state title, nor was it predetermined the No. 1 Lady Eagles would be in Hammond for the state tournament.

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As senior after senior climbed the ladder to cut a piece of the net down following Neville’s 42-37 quarterfinal victory Thursday night, Neville head coach Lorrie Guimbellot swelled with pride. Her Lady Tigers just ripped off their 18th straight victory, and this one sent Neville back to the …

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The Louisiana Baseball Coaches Association released its preseason coaches poll this week, as baseball teams across the state got their season underway on Tuesday. 

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Four parish teams earned Top 4 seeds in the 2020-21 LHSAA boys basketball brackets.

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Stan Humphries' mind wouldn’t rest following the conclusion of the 2019-2020 basketball season. A change here. A different decision there. Surely there was something the Ouachita Christian Lady Eagles head coach could have done to prevent a 53-50 loss to St. Mary’s in the 2020 Division IV St…

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Heading into what ultimately was a 39-26 opening round playoff victory, West Monroe head coach John Green feared a slow start was in order after spending most of the week away from his club due to the winter storm.

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The postseason nears for girls basketball teams in the parish, but as to when the first game will take place, that remains a bit of a mystery. 

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The Ouachita Christian Lady Eagles have secured the No. 1 overall seed in Division IV for the second season in a row. The brackets haven't been released yet, but the power points make it inevitable. 

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The last time the No. 3 Neville Lady Tigers suffered a loss was on Dec. 14 against Ouachita Christian. The last time Neville won by less than double digits was Jan. 26 against West Monroe.

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There’s hitting a hot streak and then there’s winning back-to-back contests against top-ranked caliber clubs in Class 3A.

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College coaches seemed to rely on social media more than ever before, as extended dead periods summed up what had to be a daunting task to recruit players during a pandemic.

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Sterlington High School sent an All-Parish football player and two softball studs to the next level on National Signing Day Wednesday.

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After garnering offers from all over the country, Neville offensive tackle Will Campbell ultimately decided he would keep his stripes with a verbal pledge to play for the LSU Tigers. 

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