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04
Apr

Zwolle Hawks go on streak

By Daniel Jones

The Zwolle Hawks have been in rare form the past few weeks, setting down four big local competitors in the Negreet Indians, Florien Black Cats, Stanley Panthers, and Converse Wildcats.

Against Negreet on April 3, Kobe Cartinez got the ball rolling early, as he singled on the first pitch of his at-bat and scored two runs.

Landon Rivers was pitching and went three innings with three strikeouts and zero runs allowed.

Zwolle had 10 hits in the game with Christian Howard and Bailey Delatin putting up two hits to lead the batting.  They also stole seven bases with Dallas Britt leading the way with three taken.

Florien fell to the Hawks on March 26 after Zwolle took a late lead to defeat them 7-4.

Zwolle got things going with two RBIs from Dallas Britt when he hit a double in the first.

Wed
04
Apr

Following big win, late score costs Lady Rebels

By Daniel Jones

After a huge victory over the Pleasant Hill Eagles, the Ebarb Lady Rebels softball team stumbled late on April 2 to Evans, losing 2-1.

Ebarb got on the scoreboard early after Raeghan Lewing doubled, scoring one run.  Evans answered back in the fourth inning with one run and then the game winner in the sixth.

Evans pitchers struck out eleven, while Ebarb’s Lewing sat down three via strikeout.  On the mound she surrendered two runs on four hits over seven innings on the mound, but also led the team in batting going three-for-three.

Earlier, on March 27, the girls were in rare form taking out the Pleasant Hill Lady Eagles 26-0.

Lewing didn’t allow a single run and only one hit over the three innings pitched.

Autumn Wyatt put up four hits on five at-bats.  She singled in the first, singled in the second, homered in the third, and singled in the third.  She was one triple away from hitting for the cycle.

Wed
04
Apr

Ebarb Rebels showing progress

By Daniel Jones, editor

After a choppy start to the season, the Ebarb Rebels baseball team shows signs of progression and coming together, winning four of their last six games.

The Rebels went down in defeat on April 2, losing 16-8 to Evans.

The Rebels scored four runs in the sixth inning on hits by Hunter Barnes, Garrett Rivers, Trayce Ezernack, and Robert Meshell.

Ezernack was on the mound for Ebarb, going four innings and allowing five runs on seven hits while striking out four and walking one.  He was relieved by Jacob Lovelady, who pitched two-thirds of an inning, and Alec Remedies, who pitched one-third of an inning.

Days before, on March 27, the Rebels traveled to Pleasant Hill and soundly defeated the Eagles 13-3.

Wed
04
Apr
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Many Tigers defeat St. Mary

By Daniel Jones, editor

The Many Tigers bats came alive in the bottom of the third inning on March 23, scoring five runs to put them well on the way to shutting out the St. Mary Tigers of Natchitoches by a total score of 9-0.

Peyton Fredieu was on fire during the game, getting two hits on four at bats, a home run, and knocking in 4 RBIs. Josh Carroll also had two RBIs on two hits, while pitcher Brock Booker also had two RBIs.

 

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Wed
21
Mar
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Rebels receive new scoreboard

The Ebarb Rebels baseball team wishes to thank Sabine State Bank for the new scoreboard, which was recently installed on their baseball field.

 

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Wed
21
Mar
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Hornbeck Hornets take first place

The 13-14 year old Hornbeck Hornets took first place in the BWS youth basketball league. Shown from left to right kneeling are Jojo Weeks, Nolan Byles and Logan Lawrence. Standing left to right are Coach Kenny Sharp, Devyn Sharp, Brady Alexander and Logan Davis.

 

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Wed
14
Mar
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Ebarb Rebels use basketball to fight cancer

Recently, the Ebarb Rebels held a red out game to fight cancer. They sold several items and raised over $300 to help fight the deadly disease.

 

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Wed
14
Mar
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LSMSA students compete at district literary rally

Sixty students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts participated in the Northwest Louisiana District Literary Rally held Saturday, February 24, at Northwestern State University.

More than 1,500 high school students and administrators throughout the region attended the event. Students were tested in 47 different academic areas in an effort to advance to the state rally competition. The state rally will be held Saturday, April 21, on the campus of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

 

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Wed
07
Mar
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Thibodeaux takes first place at local tournament

For the Toledo Bend Bass Club, it was a fog fest for their February tournament, and brought about Shannon Thibodeaux taking top honors with with 19.32 pounds.

He was throwing soft plastics in mid portion of the lake.

Coming in second place was Michael Page with 16.96 pounds Coming in third place was Kerney James Briscoe with 16.27 pounds. Winning big bass and big bass side pot over 6 pounds was David West with a 6.67 pounds.

 

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Wed
07
Feb
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LSMSA offers new self-defense non-competitive boxing class for students

More than 30 students signed up to learn the sport of boxing in a safe and comfortable environment for the spring semester at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.

Taught by Jonathan Roberts and Kelvin Samuel, students will learn to master essential basic skills and conditioning exercises that form the regular regimen of real boxing training without the risk of injuries caused by full contact sparring.

“The boxing class has been a wonderful addition to our physical education program,” said Dale Clingerman, coordinator of athletics and recreation. “The students are extremely excited and passionate about learning a new skill and getting in shape.

 

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