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Wed
02
Oct

LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6

LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6

The LaSalle Tigers knew coming into this contest with the 4A Franklin Parish Patriots that they would need a flawless game to come away with a victory. Franklin Parish had the size and strength factor in this contest won when they got off the bus.

The Patriots were here to prove a point and they did just that. That point would be that there is a reason for classifications in High School football.

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Wed
25
Sep

JHS Alumni raffling Saints-Falcons tickets

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The Jena High School Alumni Association is sponsoring a raffle featuring two (2) Executive Sky Box Suite tickets for the Saints vs Falcons game on November 10, 2019.

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Wed
25
Sep

Meet the Jena Giant Freshmen…

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Wed
25
Sep

Jena Giants fight hard but come up little short at OCS

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The Jena Giants traveled north on highway 165 this past Friday as they went to Monroe to take on the OCS Eagles. The Giants were looking to pick up another big win after their exciting win last week over St. Louis.

The Giants and the Eagles faced off last season in the Bayou Jamb as the Giants came out victorious in that matchup. OCS would come into the game looking to get back on the winning track after losing the week before to the Sterlington Panthers.

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Wed
25
Sep

Former Giants meet in Tiger Stadium

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Two former Jena High School Giant teammates met at LSU’s Tiger Stadium Saturday night, September 14, playing for opposing schools in what their former high school coach called “one of the coolest nights of my life.”

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Wed
18
Sep

Giants come back in 2nd half to pick up 21-16 win over St. Louis Catholic

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The Jena Giants welcomed an unfamiliar foe to Guy Campbell Memorial Stadium this past Friday. The St. Louis Catholic Saints out of Lake Charles made the long trip up to Jena to take on the Giants.

St. Louis is a class 3A private school that plays in the select brackets of the playoffs which includes all private schools. The Giants have played a couple of teams from the same district as St. Louis as they lost to Westlake two years ago in the first round of the playoffs and last season they beat South Beauregard in the first round.

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Wed
18
Sep

Meet the LaSalle Tiger Sophomores…

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Wed
18
Sep

LaSalle Tigers fall to Sicily Island last week

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The LaSalle Tigers would not go away easy on Friday night in Sicily Island. LaSalle would get in a deep hole early as Sicily Island would break out to a 18-6 halftime lead, but in the second half would continue to chip away at the lead until the final horn.

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Wed
11
Sep

Giants start season with big win over Franklin Parish 32-7

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By Austin Whatley

The Jena Giants football team started their regular season this past week by welcoming an old friend to town. Former Jena offensive coordinator Whitney McCartney brought his Franklin Parish Patriots to town.

Coach McCartney who is a longtime friend of Jena head coach Jay Roark also had a big hand in the success of the Giants during his tenure in Jena. During the two seasons that coach McCartney was in Jena the Giants won 20 of 24 games and made it to the second round of the playoffs both seasons.

So it would seem a little odd to see Coach McCartney on the opposite sideline for this one. The captains for the Giants were seniors Daniel Moss, Trelon Jones, Wesley Humphries, and Cameron Jackson.

 

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Wed
11
Sep

LaSalle beats Beekman Charter 19-12 last Friday

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By Greg Jones

The LaSalle Tigers were able to put a notch in the win column last Friday night in Olla. They welcomed in Beekman Charter School from Bastrop, who did win the season opener last year in triple overtime.

In the opening possession of the game Beekman Charter would be turned away by a defense that would fly to the ball all game. On the 8th play of the opening drive, looking at a 4th and short yardage situation, Beekman decided to go for it and Griffin Peppers would record his first sack of the game.

This would turn the ball over to the Tiger offense that would utilize a nineplay drive ending with a Kade Hillestad to Zack Dickey 17-yard connection for a touchdown. Hunter Daigneault would come in and add the extra point for the Tigers to take a 7-0 lead.

 

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