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Mon
02
Apr

LaSalle Lady Tiger Senior

LaSalle Lady Tiger Senior Sam Floyd (2) gets a hit during the LaSalle vs St Mary home game last week. The game resulted in a 4 to 2 win for the Lady Tigers. LaSalle hits the road to take on Block tomorrow (April 5) in Jonesville.

 

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Mon
26
Mar

Jena’s KayeLea Dearmon

Jena’s KayeLea Dearmon (7) stretches to barely beat LaSalle’s Sidni Laird (33) for an out during the inter-parish game March 16 in Jena. The Lady Giants travel to Winnfield Friday night and Oak Grove Saturday. (All softball action photos by Mandy Howard and Laura Bailey.)

 

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Mon
26
Mar

The Jena Giants

The Jena Giants walk off the Marksville baseball field all smiles Thursday night, March 22, after an incredible 15-8 win. The final out came as outfielder Jacob Kimball (18) crashed into the wall for a spectacular catch, which prompted the entire team to race to where he was to check on him and congratulate him.

The Giants host Peabody at home tomorrow night and host Avoyelles at home next Tuesday night as district play continues. (All baseball action photos by Brayden Keene.)

 

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Mon
19
Mar

LaSalle Tigers has win streak snapped at ten

By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Tigers have had their win streak snapped at ten games by the 2A Menard Eagles. This happened at the Grant High School tournament over the weekend. The Tigers still remain unbeaten in District 3-1A play with a 3-0 record. The Tigers are ranked #1 in 1A powerpoints when they came out last week with an 11-3 overall record. LaSalle will travel to Logansport on Thursday of this week to continue district action and then be at home on the following Tuesday against Block

 

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Mon
19
Mar

LaSalle Lady Tigers on a five game win streak

By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Lady Tigers have won the last five games they’ve competed in and have moved their district 3-1A record to 4-1 after dropping the first game at St. Mary’s. Taylor Snow, sophomore pitcher, has carried the load in the circle for the Lady Tigers defense. LaSalle has provided the defense and the pitching staff with plenty of run support as the team is carrying a .363 batting average with Ali Long

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Mon
12
Mar

Jena’s Alyssa Howard

Jena’s Alyssa Howard (1) hits a fly ball to left field for a base hit and RBI during the Lady Giants win over Tioga last week 13-5. The Lady Giants will host LaSalle Friday night and travel to Menard next Monday. (Softball action photos by Mandy Howard.)

 

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Mon
12
Mar

GPMS Archery Team headed to National Tournament…

The Good Pine Middle School Archery Team placed 3rd in bullseye out of 17 elementary teams and 3rd in 3D out of 8 elementary teams at the ALAS State Tournament on Saturday, March 3rd in Shreveport. This is the second year GPMS has participated in the NASP (National Archery in Schools Program).

These students will be representing our school and LaSalle Parish at the NASP Eastern National Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky on May 10-12. Team members are shown: kneeling, from left, Jahazya Wilson, Markaya Byrd, Lynzee Bowie, Keira Chevallier, Sophie Parker, Hannah Stapleton, Kaylea Boone, and Emily Calk; middle row, Isaiah Todd, Seth Andrews, Andrew Stephens, Preston Overstreet, Jacob King, Cale Parker, Keegan Roark, Cutler Coleman, and Jaxon Smith; back row, Tyresse Brown, Colten Sharp, Ethan Harris, Zach Scales, Kolton Bradford, and Walker McClure. Not shown - James Neal

 

Wed
07
Mar

LaSalle Tigers are prepped for a return trip to Sulphur

By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Tigers are working hard knowing the bull’s eye is squarely on their backs. All the hype surrounding a State Championship comes with other teams around the state using the Tigers season from last year as a measuring stick for their own program.

This means every time the Tigers take the field they are the hunted team, because everyone wants to dethrone a champion.

The last couple of weeks Mother Nature has not played nice as the Tigers are several games behind on the schedule due to rain. The Tigers have managed to get in 6 games thus far and have posted a 4-2 record. 

 

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Wed
07
Mar

Lady Giants pick up three big wins at Grant tourney

By Austin Whatley

The Lady Giants started their softball season a couple of weeks ago. The Lady Giants come into the season with some high hopes after their great season last year that saw them go all the way to the semifinal round of the Class 3A state playoffs.

Jena Head Coach Sarah Roark returns a core group of senior leaders in KayeLea Dearmon, Kat Wilson, Cat Bailey, and Tiondria Brown who will look to get back to the playoffs this season.

The Lady Giants have already got off to a good start as they have picked some big wins over Sterlington, Winnfield, Buckeye, and Natchitoches Central. The Lady Giants had a good weekend this past weekend as they picked up three wins at the Grant Tournament. The Lady Giants record is currently 4-2 on the season. 

 

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Mon
26
Feb

Giants season comes to an end in 1st round of playoffs

By Austin Whatley

The Jena Giants participated in the Louisiana state playoffs this past week. The Giants earned the 14 seed after finishing the regular season with a 16-13 record.

The Giants’ opponent would be the #19 Donaldsonville Tigers. The Giants would earn a home playoff game by being in the top 16 of the rankings. Last season the Giants earned the #7 seed but were upset at home by #26 Port Allen.

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