Sports

Wed
08
May

Winnfield Senior High Boys Baseball Team Close 2019 Season in Quarter Finals

WSHS Baseaball Team

Life sometimes does not go as we planned or hoped for. An unexpected curve ball can be thrown at us at anytime and we desperately swing anyway and miss our intended goal. This is how it must have felt for the Winnfield Tigers baseball team Friday night as they saw their dream of reaching Sulphur come to an end.

The boys welcomed the Tigers of Loreauville who sat at the #8 ranking in the State and were the State

2A champions last year. The stands were full of excited fans from both clubs to patiently wait to see who would be going to the final four. Winnfield seemed to have everything going for them,home field advantage throughout the playoffs and a #1ranking. However the curve ball of life was thrown and the boys found their wonderful season come to a dreaded end. The boys lost both games to Loreauville.

Wed
01
May

Winnfield Tiger Baseball Moves on to Quarterfinals

The Winnfield Tigers Baseball Team got off to a great start in the first round of the State baseball playoffs when they hosted Franklin High School on Monday April 22. The Tigers played in front of a full crowd of baseball fans and the boys did not disappoint. The Winnfield club jumped out to a four runlead after the first inning and never looked back.The Tigers bats got hot and the boys scored eight more runs in the bottom of the second to add to the lead. The #1seeded Tigers took care of business against the #32 ranked visitors and moved on to Regional,winning 16-0 in 5 innings. The Tigers are 22-5 overall and move one small step closer to Sulphur. The boys appreciate all the support they have been receiving from the community. If you haven't made a game come on out and support the team throughout the playoffs and help the boys reach their dream of playing in the final four in Sulphur.

Wed
24
Apr

WSHS Baseball Team Wins Back To Back District Championships

Front Row: Jake Harr, Jay Spangler, Braden Austin, Kolby Lasyone, Jake Lashley, Hunter Tucker, Rhett Blake, Eli Lasyone, Jacob Tinnerello, Jonathan Montgomery, Micah Griffin and Cameron Kyle Standing: Coach Jake Parks, Manager Matthew Harrell, Daniel Simmons, Jack Adams, Cole Debusk, Dyllan Lawson, Manager Lincoln Ma, Cooper Spangler, Brett Jurek, Jaycen Williams, Edward Teal, Justin Lawson, Eli Spangler, Joshua Tinnerello, Coach Mike Breaux and Manager Most Sasipanuphat. Not pictured Andrew Evans

The Winnfield Tigers baseball team traveled to face the Many Tigers on Tuesday, April16 for a show down for a vital district game. The #1ranked Winnfield club wanted to go and take care of business with the #6 ranked rivals and stay undefeated in district play and hit the magic 20 victories for the season. Both sets of fans were anticipating a good and exciting game. Winnfield had their faithful fans along

with some extras, making the hour and half trip to support their favorite team.

The first inning, the Winnfield Tigers were unable to get on base and Many got three quick outs. In the bottom of the first the home team was able to get two base runners on.Many had base runners on second and third with one out and threatening to draw first blood. 

 

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Wed
17
Apr

Jackson Parish Car Show Set

The Jackson Parish Classic and Antique Car Club will hold its twenty-third annual car show, sponsored by Jay Mallard Ford-Lincoln, on Saturday, April 20, at Jay Mallard Ford-Lincoln in Jonesboro.

This show is open to automobiles at least 25 years old. 1 st , 2 nd , and 3 rd place trophies to be presented in 16 classes (Antique Cars; Antique Trucks; 1955, 1956, and 1957 Chevy’s; Mustangs; Sports Car; Muscle Car; Street Cruiser; Street Rod; and Open Modified. Please note that a class may be subdivided by years depending on the number of entries in each class) and a Best of Show Trophy. Jackson Parish Classic and Antique Car Club member’s cars/trucks will not be judged.

 

 

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Wed
17
Apr

Winnfield Tigers Fall to #5 Bunkie Panthers

The Tigers played a nondistrict game when they traveled to Bunkie in a 2A matchup on Friday April 5 th . The Bunkie Panthers were ready for the Tigers with loud, supportive fans who wanted to see an upset of the #1 ranked Winnfield Tigers. The Tigers drew first blood as they scored one run in the top of the first but the lead was short lived as Bunkie answered with a run of their own tying the game 1-1 in the bottom of the first. Unfortunately that would be the only time the Tigers would have a lead in the game. The score remained tied 1-1 through the first three innings. However in the bottom of the fourth, Bunkie hit a homerun over the wall with a Panther on base making the score 1-3. The energy level was defiantly high as Bunkie went ahead on the scoreboard and the hometown crowd and players could smell an upset brewing. But the Tigers did not give up and they managed one more run in the top of the fifth.

Wed
10
Apr

WSHS Tigers Baseball Team Defeats #2 Loyola Prep

The Winnfield Tigers Baseball Team got their April started off right with a victory over non-district game against Loyola Prep. The Tigers welcomed the Flyers squad on April Fool’s day and the game remained scoreless through the first two innings.

However the private school got on the scoreboard in the top of the third when they crossed home plate with three runs. Bottom of the third the Tigers managed to answer with one run of their own making the score 1-3. Winnfield soon got their offense rolling and tied the game in the bottom of the fourth scoring two more runs.

The Tigers defense and dominant pithing kept Loyola from scoring any more runs. In the bottom of the fifth the boys pulled away and scored two more runs making the score 5-3 where it remained for the rest of the game.

 

 

Wed
10
Apr

WSHS Tigers Speak at Rotary

A few of the Winnfield Senior High School Tiger Baseball players came and spoke at Rotary, April 3, 2019. They spoke to the club about how long they have played the game and what it has taught them. They all mentioned their love and respect for the game, along with their respect for not only their Coach, Mike Breaux, but also their team. Pictured L/R: Brett Jurek (Jr.), Eli Lasyone (Jr.), Joshua Tinnerello (Jr.), Jonathan Montgomery (Jr.), Jacob Tinnerello (Sr.).

 

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Wed
03
Apr

Winnfield Rotary to Host Pistol and Clays Tournament

The Winnfield Rotary Club will host the annual Pistol and Sporting Clays Tournament Saturday, April 13, 8:30 AM-1 PM (lunch included) at the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Shooting Range. Our tournament this year will again incorporate both a pistol course and a shotgun course. Participants will compete in the tournament as 5 man teams, shooting both shotguns and pistols. Pistol ammunition and shotgun shells will be provided. Prizes will be awarded to the first, second, and third place teams. Door prizes will also be given out. We are holding this event in Winn Parish to encourage more of our local citizens and businesses to join in the fun and our 2018 event was successful in that endeavor. We believe that the 2019 event will be even better! This tournament is our major fundraiser for the many projects and ongoing programs that serve our youth and local community. A registration form is enclosed so gather up your buddies and customers to join in the fun!

Wed
03
Apr

Winnfield Sr. High School Winning Streak Snapped By Buckeye

The Winnfield Baseball Team welcomed 4A Buckeye to their home field on Tuesday, March 26. However the welcome was short lived as the Tigers found themselves trailing after the first inning 0-2. The Tigers came out flat and rusty with numerous errors throughout the game causing them to trial throughout the game. The Cardiac Kids were able to get within one when the score was 1-4 in the bottom of the third and the Tigers got a much needed line drive shot to right field bringing in two runs helping the boys get within one run making the score 3-4. Top of the fourth Buckeye managed to get two more runs increasing their lead again. The Tigers were not ready to give up and mustard one run of their own in the bottom of the fourth making the score 4-6. At the top of the fifth the Tigers defense and pitching buckled down and kept the visitors from scoring.

Wed
27
Mar

WSHS Tiger Baseball Ranking Makes History

Members of the WSHS Tiger Baseball team.

The WSHS Baseball Team traveled to Stonewall, LA on Friday March 22, to face the 4A North Desoto Griffins. Once again like so many games this year, the boys came from behind in the later innings to bring home another victory to secure their winning streak to 9.

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