Sports

Wed
13
Feb

Jena Junior High School Archery Team

The Jena Junior High School Archery Team won third place in the Junior High Division out of 14 other junior high school teams at the ALAS NASP South Regional Tournament in Alexandria on February 2. The JJHS team shot a score of 3,001.

 

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Wed
13
Feb

Good Pine Middle School Archery Team

The Good Pine Middle School Archery Team won second place in the Elementary Division out of 14 other elementary school teams at the ALAS South Regional Tournament in Alexandria on February 4. The GPMS team shot a score of 2,808. This is the third year for GPMS to participate in the ALAS program.

 

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Wed
06
Feb

LaSalle Tigers cruise to huge win over U.A.

By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Tigers increased their overall record to 8-14 and District 3-1A record to 5-5 with this win over University Academy in Olla. The Tigers cruised to a 20-point lead by halftime and never looked back.

The Tiger’s are situated at the #26 spot in power points and look to increase that position with a game left with Block. Block will come to Olla on Thursday night this week and it will be senior night.

 

 

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Wed
06
Feb

LaSalle Lady Tigers pick up win over UA

By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Lady Tigers picked up a much needed district win against University Academy on Friday night in Olla.

The Lady Tigers controlled the entire game, but with three minutes left in the contest the Lady Lions took a one point lead. That lead would last until there were three seconds left in the game when Kenzie Long raced the length of the floor and hit a layup at the buzzer along with a foul to take a two-point lead for the win.

 

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Wed
30
Jan

Lady Giants lose; Giants pick up win at Caldwell

The Jena Lady Giants wrapped up the first half of their district schedule this past week. On Tuesday the Lady Giants played at home against Marksville and on Friday the Lady Giants traveled to Caldwell to take on the Lady Spartans.

The Lady Giants were still searching for their first win of the season as Marksville came in looking for their first district win. Marksville would jump out to a 16-2 lead at the end of the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter Marksville would outscore Jena 7-6 to take a 23-8 lead into halftime. Marksville would go on and beat the Lady Giants 44-21.

In the game for the Lady Giants Kennedy Norris had 4 points, Audrey Pritchard had 4 points, Kirsten Lucas had 4 points, Emily Breithaupt had 3 points, Candace Hudnall had 2 points, Faith Edwards had 2 points, and Hannah Aymond had 2 points.

 

Wed
30
Jan

LaSalle Tigers beat U. Academy, 67-35

The LaSalle Tigers finished this past week 1-1 in district 3-1A play with a loss to St. Mary’s and a victory at home versus University Academy. That 1-1 finish would bring the Tigers to 4-5 in district play and 8-14 overall.

The Tigers have a state power ranking of 28th.

The Tiger’s were led in the University Academy game in scoring by Hunter Daigneault, but he had lots of help from Blade Beaubouef, Clay Cotten, and Hunter Sims. The game was out of hand at halftime and the coaches used this opportunity to get some younger guys in the game.

 

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Wed
30
Jan

LaSalle Lady Tigers record stands 13-13

The LaSalle Lady Tigers fell to St. Mary’s 51-33 last week to bring their district 3-1A record to 2-6, with an overall record of 13-13.

The Lady Tigers were led in scoring by Kenzie Long, but the smothering defense of St. Mary’s would prove to be too much for LaSalle to handle on the road. This game would give St. Mary’s the sweep of the Lady Tigers in district play this season.

 

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Wed
23
Jan

La. Lions Camp in its 62nd year

The summer of 2019 marks the beginning of the 62nd year of operation of the Louisiana Lions Camp with 55 of those years in Leesville. On July 9, 1961 the first camping session opened the camp which is located six miles north of Leesville on 170 acres of piney woodlands. To date, over 25,127 children have attended the camp.

Over 4,000 Lions throughout the state of Louisiana are actively working to see that the youth with Diabetes, pulmonary disorders, and mental and physical challenges are able to experience a life impacting week at their summer place.

The camp will operate a one week session for youth with pulmonary disorders, ages 5-15. These applications will be assigned by the LPDCI, Lions Camp Pelican.

 

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Wed
23
Jan

Whitetails Unlimited banquet set Feb. 1st

The sixth annual Whitetails Unlimited LaSalle Area Banquet will be held on Friday, February 1, 2019, at Community Center in Jena (former Jena Fair Barn).

This special event will feature raffles, games, silent auction, and live auction, as a delicious supper.

Over the past five years, the La-Salle Chapter of Whitetails Unlimited has been able to financially fund Archery in the School program at Jena Junior High School. Enough archery equipment was purchased that other schools can use this equipment if they desire to start the Archery in School Program in their schools.

“We have also been able to donate thousands of dollars toward the LaSalle Parish 4-H Shooting Sports during the past five years,” said Brian Andrews, Field Director for Whitetails Unlimited.

 

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Wed
23
Jan

Lady Giants lose pair of tough district games; Jena Giants lose close one at home to Bolton

The Jena Lady Giants played a couple of more district games this past week. On Tuesday the Lady Giants traveled to Alexandria to take on the Peabody Lady Warhorses and on Friday the Bolton Lady Bears came to town.

The young Lady Giants were looking to pick up their first win of the season. On Tuesday the Lady Giants would come up short against Peabody as they would lose 49-13.

On Friday the Lady Giants played well in the 1st quarter as they kept the score close throughout the quarter. Kennedy Norris would lead the Lady Giants with 4 1st quarter points.

The Lady Giants would start to run out of gas as Bolton would go on to win 72-15. In the game for the Lady Giants Norris finished with 6 points, Emily Breithaupt had 4 points, Candace Hudnall had 2 points, Logan Freeman had 2 points, and Bristen Evans had 1 point.

 

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