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The Jena Dixie Boys

The Jena Dixie Boys, 13-14-year-old All Star team represented Jena very well during the past few weeks. They claimed the District 4 Championship after going undefeated in the district tournament in Pineville, July 5-8, which qualified them for the state tournament, which was played in Bossier City, July 15-19. The tournament was comprised of 15 teams from all over the state. Jena finished in 6th place out of the 15 teams. The team is proud that they had another successful summer league program.

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The Northwest LaSalle Debs

The Northwest LaSalle Debs had a great season and went on to compete in the state tournament during the weekend of July 16th. The girls played hard and came home with 4th place in the state. Team members are shown: front row, left to right: Lauren Harlan, Kelsey Bratton, Britney Borden, Carmen Funches, Kinley Hosea and Kristen Boyett; back row, left to right: Coach Mickey Lofton, Zoey Ainsworth, Amanda Hyman, Coach PePe Juarez, Carli Prudhomme, Rachelle Turner, Jamica Bell, Serena Juarez and Coach Whitney Prudhomme.  

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Members of the Jena Junior High School Archery Team

Members of the Jena Junior High School Archery Team, along with their coaches, wishes to thank everyone that came out and ran or volunteered for the Archery Glo Race held on July 9th. Winners for of each division are shown, from left to right: Men’s, 3rd place - Denny Pittman; 2nd place - Michael Doughty; 1st place - Jacob Chicola; Women’s, 1st place - Kathy McMahon; Youth, 3rd place - Mason Pittman; 2nd place - Rhett Fannin, 1st place - Kandyce Elliott. 
 
 
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Jena Darlings All-Stars

Jena Darlings All-Stars claimed the Louisiana Runners-Up title at the state tournament in Alexandria recently. The team won a total of nine games in the six-day tournament. The Jena All-Stars won its bracket, losing only one game, which placed them in the finals against Alexandria. In the first game, Jena prevailed, but Alexandria Americans came back to win the next two games, leaving Jena with the runners-up title.
 
 
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Jena Dixie Youth Baseball All-Star 8-year-old team

Jena Dixie Youth Baseball All-Star 8-year-old team finished second place in district and in the top 12 teams at state tournament last week. The team included.

 

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Northwest LaSalle

was recently named District Champs in the Dixie Belles softball league at the All-Star District Tournament in Urania.

 

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27
Jun

JHS Alumni Association 2016 Homecoming Schedule

The Jena High School Alumni Association will begin the 2016 Homecoming celebration with the annual Homecoming Banquet on October 6, 2016. Guest speaker for the occasion is Jesse Wayne Crooks. Tickets are available for sale at The LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office. Proceeds benefit the Alumni Association. Banquet doors will open at 5:30 PM at the Community Center (old Fair Barn), with the banquet beginning at 6:30 PM. An opportunity to join the association or make contributions will be available. Commemorative bricks, for placement at Jena High School, will also be offered for sale. 

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27
Jun

Jason Hatcher, a Jena native and former NFL Defensive

Jason Hatcher, a Jena native and former NFL Defensive Tackle for the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys, stands with the Ferriday High Football Team, the winners of the recent Third Annual Jason Hatcher 7-on-7 Championship Tournament in Jena. The tournament was hosted by Jena High and featured area high school football teams. 

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Hatcher hosts annual football 7-on-7 tourney Held at JHS on Saturday, June 18th

Jena native and JHS alum Jason Hatcher stands with the Jena Giants after the recent third annual Jason Hatcher 7-on-7 Championship Tournament in Jena. The tournament was hosted at Jena High. The tournament was sponsored and led by Hatcher. Hatcher, along with his wife Natasha, donated all the tournament’s proceeds to the JHS football program. JHS went 5-1 in the tournament, making it to the final game against Ferriday High. 

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Jena Junior High School Alas Archery Team

The team members heading for world tournament are: front (left to right) Cayden Scott, Rhett Fannin, Daniel Moss, Emily Breithaupt, Riley Bond, Cade Andrews, Jedd Gibson and Luke Smith; and back (left to right) Coach Andrew Strong, Timothy McKee, Kaleb Clark, Audrey Pritchard, Korlee Morphis, Kandyce Elliott, Hailey Davis and Coach Kelsie Jolly.

 

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