Sports

Wed
18
Nov

LWF opens CLC for new semester

The Louisiana Wildlife Federation (LWF) is accepting applications for the Edgar Veillon Conservation Leadership Corps (CLC), a leadership development program that provides expert training for future conservation leaders in Louisiana.

LWF is looking for students passionate about conservation for our next cohort which will meet during the Spring 2021 semester. Louisiana students 18 or older that will be enrolled as an undergraduate in the Spring 2021 semester are eligible to apply.

Those selected will receive training to develop leadership skills and techniques to analyze conservation policies and advocate for solutions. Training will be provided by current and former natural resource professionals in the public, non-profit and private sectors.

 

 

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Wed
18
Nov

Jena softball standout signs with Northwest Florida State

Jena softball standout signs with Northwest Florida State

Jena Lady Giant Softball standout Alli Brunson participated in the NCAA National Signing Day November 12 where she officially signed her letter of intent to play college softball with the Northwest Florida State College Raiders.

Brunson, a senior at Jena High, made her decision official during a reception at the Jena Giant Fieldhouse surrounded by family, friends, and her Jena Lady Giant softball teammates.

When the 2021 softball season begins for Jena, Brunson will be a four-year starter for the program where she has mainly pitched but also played shortstop and first base.

 

 

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Wed
18
Nov

LaSalle Tigers cancel final two games

The LaSalle Tigers’ football team had to cancel their final two games of the regular season last week due to a COVID-19 situation and out of precaution for the safety of all players.

The Tigers were set to travel to Logansport last Friday and this Thursday they were to play their final regular season game at home against Montgomery, however, a few positive coronavirus tests in the team had the entire squad go into quarantine.

According to LHSAA rules and guidelines, if someone on the team, either a player or coach, test positive for the coronavirus and has been within six feet of others for more than 15 minutes, all those that were in that proximity must be quarantined for 14 days.

 

 

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Wed
11
Nov

LaSalle hosts DeQuincy for Homecoming

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The LaSalle Tigers found out Wednesday afternoon that the Northwood-Lena Gators would not be the homecoming opponent this year.

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Wed
11
Nov

Giants beat Buckeye 44-6 last Friday

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It was homecoming this past Friday night as Jena High School welcomed back alumni from years past. The Buckeye Panther would come to town to take on the Giants in another district contest.

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Wed
04
Nov

Giants blow out Grant, improves to 2-0 in district

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The Jena Giants traveled to Grant Parish this past Friday night as they took on a much improved Grant Cougar Football team. The Giants were coming off a big win over Caldwell and were looking to improve to 2-0 in district.

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Wed
28
Oct

LaSalle doesn’t qualify for more stadium capacity

LaSalle doesn’t qualify for more stadium capacity
LaSalle doesn’t qualify for more stadium capacity

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards announced in a news conference Thursday, October 22, that he is loosening restrictions for football stadiums; unfortunately, LaSalle Parish does not qualify.

He said the percent positivity for parishes has to be less than 5% for two weeks to allow stadiums to increase from 25% to 50% capacity. Right now, only 26 parishes qualify to have their high school stadiums at 50% under the order Edwards signed, effective Friday, October 23.

If those parishes fall back to 10% test positivity, the occupancy goes back down to 25%.

 

 

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Wed
28
Oct

LaSalle Tigers fall to St. Mary’s, 23-20

LaSalle Tigers fall to St. Mary’s, 23-20
LaSalle Tigers fall to St. Mary’s, 23-20
LaSalle Tigers fall to St. Mary’s, 23-20
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LaSalle Tigers fall to St. Mary’s, 23-20
LaSalle Tigers fall to St. Mary’s, 23-20

The LaSalle Tigers traveled to the campus of Northwestern State University to take on the St. Mary’s Tigers on their homecoming night.

St Mary’s jumped out on top early 21- 0, but the Tigers from Olla never backed down. St Mary’s offense would never get back into the end zone the rest of the game.

The LaSalle defense would rise to the occasion and get into the end zone twice on this night. The lone offensive touchdown by the LaSalle Tigers would come when Brady Hough found Cole Derr racing down the sideline for a 44-yard touchdown. Brady would find Blake Rogers for the two-point conversion.

 

 

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Wed
28
Oct

Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell

Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell
Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell
Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell
Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell
Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell
Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell
Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell
Giants win defensive slugfest over Caldwell

The Caldwell Spartans came to town this past Friday night to take on the Jena Giants in the District 3-3A opener for both teams. The teams would not play on Friday though as a line of thunderstorms in front of a cold front moved through dumping a lot of rain on the field and lightning forced the teams to postpone until the next day at noon.

So the two teams kicked off at noon on Saturday in a big district matchup. The last three times that these teams have met have ended up finishing with a win margin less than a touchdown.

Also the winner of this game has won the district the last three years. This year would look to be another good matchup as both teams came in evenly matched with big game experience at the quarterback position. The captain for the Giants would be senior tight end Logan Brown.

 

 

Wed
21
Oct

Meet the Tiger Sophomores…

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Eli Barbo

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