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Mon
31
Oct

LaSalle Tigers fall to St. Mary’s 47-14 last Friday

By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Tigers went into the contest with St. Mary’s last Friday with the belief that they could compete with St. Mary’s and they wanted very badly to win it. St. Mary’s simply outmanned the thin troops of the LaSalle Tigers. This game had lots of underlying stories to it. This was the first game back on the turf for T’Keil Anding after tearing up his knee in Turpin Stadium his sophomore year, could he shake the ghost of that injury?  

Mon
24
Oct

Jena Giants score 22 points in 4th quarter to blow out Avoyelles 44-20

By Austin Whatley

The Jena Giants traveled to Moreauville to take on the Avoyelles Mustangs this past Friday night. The Giants came into the game with a big test to see how this young team would react to the tough loss in the previous game against the Marksville Tigers. The Mustangs came into the game having defeated the Giants 4 times in their last 5 matchups. The Giants beat the Mustangs 35-14 last season in Jena.      

Mon
24
Oct

LaSalle Tigers fall to Logansport in hard-fought battle last Friday

By Greg Jones

For the first time in three weeks, the LaSalle Tigers were at home last Friday night to face the Logansport Tigers for a District 3-1A game. Things started off rough for LaSalle as Logansport is ranked number 2 in Class 1A and they were not looking to give up that ranking spot in Olla.    

Tue
18
Oct

Tigers lose a heartbreaker in Montgomery last Friday

By Greg Jones
 
The LaSalle Tigers were 1-0 in district heading into this game at Montgomery last Friday and still looking for answers on offense and defense due to injuries. The Tigers were able to score first when T’Keil Anding went around the right side for a 64-yard touchdown. Kade Bradford added the extra point to take a 7-0 lead. It only took Montgomery 50 seconds to add a score with a 2-point conversion to take a lead.
 
Tue
18
Oct

Jena Giants fight hard but lose heartbreaker to Marksville 44-36

By Austin Whatley
 
The Marksville Tigers came to town this past Friday night to take on the Jena Giants. This would be a very important game in district 3-3A with winner controlling their destiny in the district. These two teams have played some excellent games against each other in their last two matchups with the Giants winning the last two matchups at Marksville.
 
Mon
10
Oct

Jena Giants use the passing game to blow out Vidalia Vikings - 45-21

By Austin Whatley

It was Homecoming 2016 this past Friday night as Jena High School welcomed back alumni from years past. There were plenty of festivities during the week and the weekend to celebrate the homecoming. In the middle of all of the homecoming festivities the Jena Giants welcomed the Vidalia Vikings to town in another district 3-3A matchup. The Vikings came in with a record of 2-3 overall and 0-2 in district play.     

Mon
10
Oct

Tigers Win! - Tigers Win! defeat Block Bears 48-18

By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Tigers opened district 3-1A play with a tremendous team effort to pick up the win over the Block Bears in Jonesville last Friday night. LaSalle opened the game taking the opening kickoff and keeping the ball three plays before T’Keil Anding raced 33 yards for the score. This would be T’Keil’s first game back since getting hurt in week 3 and he would take advantage of this opportunity.     

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Mon
03
Oct

The Jena Giants blowout rival Winnfield Tigers 48-14 to improve to 2-0 in District

By Austin Whatley
 
The Jena Giants football team traveled to Winn Parish this past Friday to take on the Winnfield Tigers. This would be the first time since the 2007 season that the Giants would play the Tigers at their place. In the 2007 matchup the Winnfield Tigers defeated the Giants 35-6. Those were different times for both programs though as the two teams  were known as long time district rivals with the Tigers dominating the Giants in the prior matchups.  
 
Mon
03
Oct

LaSalle Tigers fall to Lakeview, next man up - district opener

By Greg Jones
 
The Tigers came up short again this week this time against the Lakeview Gators. The Tigers looked much better on offense this week, but still lacked on defense due to injuries. The injury bug has bitten the Tigers hard this year. The leading rusher and passer were both out for this game. The starting safety was out on defense too this week.  
 

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Mon
26
Sep

LaSalle Tigers fall to 1-3 on season after loss last week

By Greg Jones

 

It was the third week in a row that the LaSallle Tigers would be playing at home. The home field advantage has not been kind to the Tigers this season. This game would be no different. The Grant Cougars came into the game 3-0 and off to its best start in school history. Coach Hallman and the gang are playing good football at this time and the Tigers simply are not. This is not a case of whether the Tigers can play good football, but a case of whether they decide to play good football or not .

 

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