Sports

Wed
01
Dec

Calvin Basketball Girls Win Tournament

Calvin Basketball Girls Win Tournament

The Calvin Lady Cougars swept the Calvin High School Tournament winning 3 games straight to clutch the first place trophy. Thursday the Lady Cougars met with the Lady Panther of Dodson sealing their bid for the second round with a 67-31 victory. Leading scorer for the night was freshman Cat Womack with 19 points, followed closely by Becky Peters with 14, Jaydan Pullig with 12, and Lilly Barnes chipping in 10.

In the second round contest, the Lady Cougars were up against the Saline Lady Bobcats. After a rough start in the first quarter, the Lady Cougars came back fighting for their spot in the finals. Senior Jaydan Pullig put up 23 points, going 15 for 18 from the free throw line to help claim the 51-37 win. Becky Peters added 10 points to the board with Cat Womack adding 7.

Wed
24
Nov

Mustangs defeat Winnfield, 30-21 in Round 2 of 2A playoffs

Mustangs defeat Winnfield,

Tiger Coach Jay Watson visits with his quarterback Malachi Jackson on the sidelines Friday night in their playoff contest against Avoyelles.

The Winnfield Tigers’ hopes of corralling the Avoyelles Mustangs and avenge an early season loss to their district foe didn’t have the ending they were hoping Friday night down in Moreauville.

Instead, the Mustangs defeated the Tigers by a 30-21 margin and advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2A state high school football playoffs with a 30-21 victory over the Winnfield Tigers Friday night. Winnfield’s season is over with a 7-5 record.

Both teams had won their first round playoff games a week ago after losing their regular season finale. When they met in regular season play on September 30, Avoyelles claimed a 40-12 win.

The Tigers trailed 8-0 at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter was full of scoring with each team getting into the end zone twice. Winnfield got their first points on the board early in the second period on a 15-yard pass from Malachi Jackson to by Keithan Hamilton. The Tigers attempt for two failed, leaving them down 8-6.

Wed
24
Nov

Calvin Defeats Winnfield in OT, Improves to 10­0

Calvin Defeats Winnfield in OT, Improves to 10­0
Calvin Defeats Winnfield in OT, Improves to 10­0

On Thursday, November 18, 2021 the Winnfield Tigers traveled to Calvin to take on the undefeated Cougars. Winnfield Jumped out to an early 26-10 lead to end the first quarter. The Cougars battled back and outscored Winnfield in the second quarter 18-11. Dylan Kyle hit a big 3 pointer to send the teams to halftime with the Tigers leading by a score of 37-28. The third quarter saw Winnfield outscoring the Cougars 23-18 to take a 60-46 leading into the fourth quarter. Wayne Curtis Huckaby scored 17 points in the fourth quarter and Joseph Adams chipped in 8 to help the Cougars tie the score to end regulation. With 5 seconds to go in overtime and the game tied, Wayne Curtis Huckaby was fouled and hit a free throw shot to help give the Cougars the hard fought win by the final of 82-81.

Wed
24
Nov

Cougars Winn Calvin Tournament

The Calvin Cougars won the Calvin Basketball Tournament by winning three straight games from November 11-13 th . First, the Cougars defeated the Dodson Panthers by the score of 69-24. Leading scorer for the Cougars was Wayne Curtis Huckaby with 25 followed by Joseph Adams with 16. Scout Anderson and Dylan Kyle pitched in 7 each.

On Friday night, the Weston Wolves came calling and the Cougars were once again victorious. Final score of 83-57 saw Dylan Kyle as the top scorer with 31, followed by Wayne Curtis Huckaby with 22 and Joseph Adams with 17. John Bradley Griffin rounded out the scoring for the Cougars with 7.

Wed
17
Nov

Tigers win round one playoff contest defeat Delcambre 30­13

The Winnfield Tigers used two fourth quarter touchdowns to put the icing on the cake to defeat Delcambre in round one of the LHSAA Class 2A Football playoffs last Friday night.

The Tigers racked up 233 yards on 36 carriers for three touchdowns in route to a 30-13 victory in picking up their seventh win of the season. Malachi Jackson led all rushers with 109 yards on a dozen totes and one score. His TD run was from six yards out. Dyllan Lawson had 65 yards rushing on 12 carriers and provided the Tigers with a touchdown and two runs for the PAT.

The Tigers got on the scoreboard in the first quarter at Stokes Walker Stadium when Manuel Espejel intercepted a Panther pass and raced 12 yards into the endzone. Lawson converted the two-point try for an 8-0 Tiger lead. They never relinquished the lead the entire night.

An 80-yard scamper into paydirt put Delcambre on the board, and their PAT kick was good bringing them to within one point, 8-7.

Wed
17
Nov

Calvin Basketball Off to Strong Start

Calvin Basketball Off to Strong Start

The Calvin Cougar basketball team has started their 2021-2022 campaign. The Cougars defeated the Saline Bobcats in the Saline Jamboree on Thursday, October 28 th by the score of 41-33. Seniors Joseph Adams and Wayne Curtis Huckaby combined to score 33 points. Dylan Kyle scored 6 and Sidney Anderson chipped in a bucket. The Cougars led the entire game to get the season started.

Next, the Cougars traveled to Alexandria Senior High to take on the Class B Fairview Panthers in the LHSAA Tip-Off classic. The Cougars found themselves down at halftime by 6, with a score of 40-34. In the second half the Cougars went on a 41-28 run to finish with the win, final score was CHS 75- Fairview 68. Team leader’s in scoring were Joseph Adams with 33, Wayne Curtis Huckaby with 22 and Dylan Kyle with 9.

Wed
10
Nov

WYBL basketball 2022 registration underway

The City of Winnfield Recreation Department has started taking registration for it’s annual youth basketball league until Friday December 17, 2021. Registration fee is $40.00. Tryouts will be held on December 18 th , and the tryout times will be posted in the Winn Parish Enterprise. Boys and girls ages 4-15 are eligible for this exciting program. Don’t let this deadline pass you by. COACHES ARE NEEDED in all age groups. For more information concerning WYBL Youth Basketball, contact the recreation director, Anthony Hall at 628-3413, also the City of Winnfield encourages everyone to support this program. Our youth needs programs such as this. Remember that our children are our future. Please come out and join us. There is so much talent in Winn Parish.

Wed
20
Oct

Tigers Defeat Menard in Homecoming Game

Tigers Defeat Menard in Homecoming Game

Winnfield Tiger running back Keithan Hamilton (2) waits on the block of Micha Gardner (72) to make his cut. The Tigers claimed an 11-6 victory over the visiting Menard Eagles to run their record to 4-3 on the year. WHS running backs gained 233 yards on the ground against the Eagles. This Friday the Tigers travel to Bunkie to take on the Panthers.

The Winnfield Tigers stopped a three game losing skid Friday night with an 11-6 victory over Holy Savior Menard High School of Alexandria at Stokes Walker Stadium.

The Tigers, now 4-3 on the year, had over 300 yards of offense on the night they celebrated Homecoming.

Led by senior running back Dyllan Lawson and junior Malachi Jackson, the duo rushed for 233 of the 293 yards gained on the ground. Ironically, neither of the leading rushers found the endzone for the Tigers.

Finding themselves down 6-0, after Menard scored on a 35-yard TD pass, the Tigers’ defense shut down Menard for the rest of the game.

Winnfield had a touchdown run from one yard out by senior running back Travon Nichols. That knotted the score at 6-6 after the PAT failed.

The Tiger defense got a safety against Menard and two points courtesy of a tackle in the endzone by junior Alex Adams.

Wed
20
Oct

WSHS Tigers, Cheerleaders Visit Autumn Leaves

WSHS Tigers, Cheerleaders Visit Autumn Leaves
WSHS Tigers, Cheerleaders Visit Autumn Leaves
WSHS Tigers, Cheerleaders Visit Autumn Leaves
WSHS Tigers, Cheerleaders Visit Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves Nursing and Rehab residents and staff were treated with a pep rally to help celebrate the Winnfield Senior High School homecoming on Friday 10-15-2021. Buses unloaded cheerleaders, band members, pep squad, the Tiger Mascot, administration, teachers and senior football players. The residents anxiously awaited their arrival just like they have done in years past. This has become an annual event that has become a favorite of our sweet residents.

Wed
13
Oct

Football contest winners announced

A frequent winner in the weekly Football picking contest has claimed top prize in last week’s prognostications with only two misses from the 15 game slate.

Rodney Alderman missed only the Northwestern State win over Houston Baptist and the Boise State victory over BYU. A typo game everyone a free game in the SMU vs. Navy contest. We accidentally listed the game as LSU vs. Navy. LSU actually lost to Kentucky.

Alderman also came to closest to the actual score in the Many vs. Winnfield contest. Many shut out the hometown Tigers 50-0. Alderman picked a final score of Many 48 and Winnfield 6. He was off just eight points of the actual score.

Second place honors for the week went to Johnny Mills with only three misses. He got all the games correct except for the Oklahoma win over Texas, the Notre Dame win over Virginia Tech and the Boise State win over BYU.

Finishing in third place for the week was Louis Bell Jr. He had just four misses in his predictions.

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