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Wed
03
Feb

Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…

Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Freshmen…

Hayleigh Boyd

Kenzie Nino

Hallie Peppers

Kaylin Peppers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
03
Feb

Lady Tigers drop a game against Montgomery 43-38

Lady Tigers drop a game against Montgomery 43-38
Lady Tigers drop a game against Montgomery 43-38
Lady Tigers drop a game against Montgomery 43-38
Lady Tigers drop a game against Montgomery 43-38
Lady Tigers drop a game against Montgomery 43-38

The LaSalle Lady Tigers could not overcome a poor first quarter against Montgomery at home. LaSalle would however compete until the final buzzer and take the lead three different times in the fourth quarter.

The Lady Tigers couldn’t maintain the lead as Montgomery out-hustled LaSalle in the final two minutes of the game. The Lady Tigers would eventually fall 43-38 to Montgomery as Kylee Hillestad would lead all scorers with 17 points. This loss would drop LaSalle to (7-11) overall and (1-3) in district 3-1A play.

The Lady Tigers looked to get back to their winning ways as they would host St Mary’s on Friday night. St. Mary’s would come to Olla with an (8-8) overall record and (2-2) district record. LaSalle would compete early as St. Mary’s could never pull away.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wed
27
Jan

LaSalle Lady Tigers drop to #18 in recent LHSAA power rankings

LaSalle Lady Tigers drop to #18 in recent LHSAA power rankings

The LaSalle Lady Tigers had built up some momentum heading into last week with a fourgame winning streak. The Lady Tigers picked up wins over Georgetown, Block, Calvin and Dodson before dropping the last two contests to Northwood-Lena and Logansport.

The Northwood-Lena game was a nail biter until the final four minutes in the game. The Lady Tigers welcomed the Lady Gators to Olla. The Lady Gators did bring with them a 10-2 record and a #3 ranking in the LHSAA Power Points in the 1A class.

 

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Wed
27
Jan

Lady Giants play well but come up short against Grant

Lady Giants play well but come up short against Grant

The Jena Lady Giants played two more district games this past week as they welcomed the Grant Lady Cougars to town on Tuesday and traveled to Buckeye on Friday.

The Lady Giants were coming off their first district win since 2018 and were looking to stay unbeaten in district play. The Lady Giants would struggle with Grant’s size as the Lady Cougars would jump out to a 25-12 lead.

Faith Edwards and Emily Breithaupt would lead the Lady Giants with four first half points. In the second half Grant would pull away as they would go on to win 49-24.

In the game for the Lady Giants Emily Breithaupt had 6 points, Faith Edwards had 6 points, Audrey Pritchard had 4 points, Kennedy Norris had 4 points and Avery Finley had 4 points.

 

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Wed
20
Jan

LaSalle 4-H workshop in January

This Science, Engineering and Technology Workshop is targeted for 4-H youth in 5th-7th grades. Members will build models and explore the basics of Newton’s principles and explore engineering designs through hands-on activities.

This workshop is slated for Tuesday, January 21 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. in the downstairs 4-H meeting room below courthouse. Workshop limited to the first 20 members in 5-7 grades.

 

 

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Wed
20
Jan

LDWF to stock trout fish in area

Grab your fishing gear and bring your friends and family to a nearby Get Out and Fish! pond for the opportunity to catch a fish you don’t land every day.

Beginning the morning of January 14, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries began stocking 16 sites with adult-size rainbow trout, ranging from 1 to 2 pounds, making a perfect stringer for dinner.

The January trout stocking is the first stocking for the newest GOF! site, Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Site, located in Pineville.

The site is managed by the Louisiana Office of State Parks and marks the 3rd Louisiana State Park to partner with LDWF to provide more accessible fishing locations for the state’s residents.

 

 

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Wed
20
Jan

Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…

Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…
Meet the LaSalle Tiger Juniors…

Landri Campbell

Natalea Hatten

Victoria Pittman

 

 

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Wed
13
Jan

Lady Tigers close out non-district play with two wins

Lady Tigers close out non-district play with two wins

The LaSalle Lady Tigers have closed out non-district play with wins over Calvin and Georgetown. The Tuesday night Calvin game was also the Lady Tiger’s Senior recognition night.

This night is usually held on the season’s last home game, but with all the uncertain-ty surrounding sports it was best to have it when we could. The three seniors honored that night were Bree Hester, Kylee Hillestad, and Stormy Street. These three girls have been a part of the Lady Tiger basketball team for 4 years.

It has been an honor watching them grow into the incredible student-athletes that they have become. They will be missed on the court next season as they have been starters for the last three years.

Wed
13
Jan

Giants and Lady Giants basketball teams start district play this week

Giants and Lady Giants basketball teams start district play this week

The Jena Lady Giants start district play this week as on Tuesday they will have welcomed the Marksville Lady Tigers to town. Last season the Lady Giants finished with two wins on the season.

This season the Lady Giants have a new coach in former Lady Giant Karli Simmons. Coach Simmons has a veteran group to work with this season as the team returns a group of junior and seniors that have a lot of experience playing together for the last two seasons.

Seniors Emily Breithaupt and Audrey Pritchard have varsity experience going all the way back to their freshmen seasons. Juniors Candace Hudnall, Kennedy Norris, Kirsten Lucas and Faith Edwards all have also had varsity experience since their freshmen seasons.

 

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Wed
06
Jan

Lady Tigers preparing for District 3-1A play Jan. 12

The LaSalle Lady Tigers have been working hard to prepare for the district opener on January 12th. The Lady Tiger’s will host St. Mary’s to open district 3-1A play.

The Lady Tigers roster consist of Seniors Bree Hester, Stormy Street, and Kylie Hillestad, Juniors Natalea Hatten, Victoria Pittman, and Landri Campbell, Sophomores Grace Fowler, Hannah Jones, and Belle Guin, Freshman Hayleigh Boyd, Kenzie Nino, Hallie Peppers, and Kaylin Peppers.

These girls have bought into the new defensive scheme of pressure. They have spent countless hours in the gym working on quickness, footwork, and defensive schemes.

 

 

 

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