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Ouachita Christian junior Emery Wertz received Class 1A First-Team All-State honors, while St. Frederick's Pashonay Johnson earned a Second-Team All-State nod. 

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Editor’s Note: Over the next few weeks, The Ouachita Citizen will talk with baseball and softball coaches to reflect on the recent stoppage in play. Though highly doubtful, we’ll pose the question to coaches on whether or not they’ve experienced anything crazier than COVID-19 postponing (and…

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Editor’s Note: Over the next few weeks, The Ouachita Citizen will talk with baseball and softball coaches to reflect on the recent stoppage in play. Though highly doubtful, we’ll pose the question to coaches on whether or not they’ve experienced anything crazier than COVID-19 postponing (and…

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Sterlington senior Shelby Moore has signed a national letter of intent to continue her soccer career at Evangel University, an NAIA school in Springfield, Missouri.

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If any team could benefit from more playing time, it would be a young West Ouachita baseball team that’s still trying to cut its teeth on the varsity level.

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West Monroe played poor defense and threw two of its best hands on the mound in the first of four tournament contests, and somehow walked away with three victories this past weekend.

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The No. 2 Wossman Wildcats made a valiant effort late and led by two with under 30 seconds to play in the Class 3A State Championship. But unfortunately for the Wildcats, the rim was kind to Bossier's Tim King on a 3-pointer that rattled in to give the No. 1 Bearkats a 62-61 state title victory. 

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As rumors swirled about the possibility of suspension in play for LHSAA spring sports, which would be the latest in sporting events affected by the coronavirus disease, (7-3) Sterlington and (5-4) Neville began a series as if it were the last one they’d play the rest of the season.

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With an opportunity to play in a state championship hanging in the balance, Wossman's Brandon Dennis went coast-to-coast and got a tear drop to fall at the buzzer to send his team to the title game. 

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Make it eight straight for the Ouachita Christian baseball team after the Eagles handled their business in the 2020 Trey Altick Prep Classic last weekend.

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If you’re a West Monroe Rebel baseball fan, you take pride in knowing it’s not about how you start but how you finish.

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Leading by 12 midway through the third quarter, Natchitoches St. Mary’s withstood a frantic Ouachita Christian comeback Saturday night for a 53-50 victory in the Division IV girls basketball state championship game. 

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A furious late rally by the Ouachita Lady Lions came up short in the Class 5A State Championship, as Benton capitalized on a multitude of Lady Lion turnovers in Friday night's 62-48 victory. 

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West Monroe boys head coach Kyle Hill will tell you that any win in the playoffs is a big win, but all you have to do is take a gander at the reactions on social media to gauge just how big the No. 14 Rebels upset was over No. 3 New Iberia in the second round

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Tia Perry's clutch free throws, Skylar Buie's hot hand and the relentless motor of Lafaedria Green allowed Ouachita to survive and advance against Ponchatoula in an overtime thriller Tuesday night. 

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The No. 19 St. Amant Gators entered their first-round matchup with No. 14 West Monroe with a reputation for playing big in the post, but in Friday night’s 74-55 opening round Rebel victory, it was West Monroe’s big men who shined on the big stage.

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The combination of Northshore’s proven resiliency and Ouachita’s previous quarterfinal woes made the final seconds of the Lady Lions’ 62-58 win all the more frightening for the Ouachita faithful. But it also made the win all the more sweet for head coach Amber Obaze-Ford and her team.

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Sports Editor Jake Martin wants to get the word out that the REAL first episode of the podcast is coming out this Monday! We'll be breaking down the biggest stories, stats, interviews and much more on a weekly basis so be sure to subscribe and download! 

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Second half goals by Isabella Lopez and Ella Marsh powered Ben Franklin to a 2-0 Division II semifinal victory over Neville on a frosty Friday evening at Bill Ruple Stadium.

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