Sports

Wed
26
Feb

Calvin Cougars: District 4­C Champions

Calvin Cougars: District 4C Champions

The Calvin Cougars ended district play by bringing home an overall record of 20-9, narrowly defeating Atlanta by one point on Saturday, February 15, with a final score of 45-44, which came after losing to the same team by three points only two days prior with a final score of 48-51. Their final victory over Atlanta secured for Calvin the District 4-C Championship.

 

 

 

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Wed
26
Feb

WSHS SENIORS LEAD THE WAY TO ANOTHER MEMORABLE SEASON

WSHS SENIORS LEAD THE WAY TO ANOTHER MEMORABLE SEASON

Front row, L-R: Coach Jake Parks, Jake Lashley, Eli Lasyone, Johnathon Montgomery, Bryce Maloy, Coach Mike Breaux. Back row, L-R: Joshua Tinnerello, Eli Spangler, Jacycen Williams, Brett Jurek, Daniel Simmons.

The baseball season is just around the corner for area high schools. The Winnfield Senior High School Tigers are looking to keep their winning ways as they return six starters from last year’s 3-2A District Champions and State Quarter Finalists: seniors Bret Jurek, Jake Lashley, Eli Lasyone, Eli Spangler, and Joshua Tinnerello, along with sophomore Hunter Tucker.

Graduated from the twotime district championship team are Justin Lawson, Edward Teal, and Jacob Tinnerello. Theses shoes will be hard to fill; however, the Tigers have young players anxiously waiting to get their opportunity to show their talent and fill these openings. The boys have started working to continue the high standards of Tiger Baseball. Last year the boys finished with a 21-5 regular season record, 24-7 overall season record, 6-0 in district play, and back to back district championships. In the past two years, 2018 and 2019, the baseball team has gone 46-18 and 14-1 in district play.

Wed
12
Feb

WSHS TIGERS SIGN FOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL

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Two Winnfield Tiger Football Players officially signed commitments to play college football on Wednesday, February 5. Jake Lashley (pictured lower right) signed with Louisiana College and Jackson McFarland (pictured lower left) signed with Nichols State University. Lashley, a slot receiver and running back on offense and free safety on defense had 4 interceptions on the season and in on 117 tackles. He also had four punt returns for touchdowns and two interceptions for touchdowns. McFarland, a defensive end on defense, was in on 76 tackles and one of the best deep snappers in the nation, rated four stars by Rubio Long Snapping.

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Wed
05
Feb

WDYL Baseball, Softball, T-ball DEADLINE APPROACHING

The City of Winnfield has started its registration for its annual youth baseball, softball, and t-ball programs. Registration will continue through Saturday, February 29. Regular registration fee for this league is $55. Boys and girls ages 4-15 are eligible for this exciting program. Don’t let this deadline pass you by! Sign your child up today.

Late registration will begin on Sunday, March 1, and conclude on Friday, March 6. There will be a $10 late fee assessed on each application received during this period.

 

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Wed
22
Jan

WSHS 2019-2020 FOOTBALL BANQUET

The Winnfield Senior High School Football Banquet recognized WSHS football players making a significant impact this past Thursday. Coach Bankston emphasized that it is not just the young men recognized, but the entire team that “represents the school, our community, and our parish when they put the WSHS uniform on.” He also said, “Football teaches discipline, working together as a group, handling a tough situation/a good situation, picking your teammate up, holding each other accountable for the benefit of the team and program. None of that has anything to do with the game, but has everything to do with becoming a responsible adult, taking care of your business, whether it is your family, your job, your religion, or your community.” Coach Bankston continued, “We lost five games this past season within more or less a touchdown. You can do one of two things: you can feel sorry for yourself and blame everyone else, z you can learn from the mistakes you made and get up and go again.

Wed
15
Jan

WDYL Baseball, Softball, T-ball Deadline Fast Approaching

The City of Winnfield has started its registration for its annual youth baseball, softball, and t-ball programs. Registration will continue through Saturday, February 29. Regular registration fee for this league is $55. Boys and girls ages 4-15 are eligible for this exciting program. Don’t let this deadline pass you by! Sign your child up today.

Late registration will begin on Sunday, March 1, and conclude on Friday, March 6. There will be a $10 late fee assessed on each application received during this period.

 

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Wed
11
Dec

WYBL Basketball 2020 Tryouts

Mandatory tryouts for WYBL Basketball 2020 will be Saturday, December 14 on Grove Street at the Recreation Center Gym:

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Wed
20
Nov

Tigers Come Up Short In Hard Fought Battle

WSHS FB Playoff Week 1 Amite

The Winnfield Tigers traveled to Amite last Friday in the 2019 LHSAA Playoffs and competed hard through four quarters of play. A costly fumble on the Tigers’ 20-yard line on the Tigers’ 2 nd drive of the night proved costly as the Warriors took over and ate up precious time on the clock. The Warriors returned the favor in the second quarter, and the score 7-0, with a bad punt snap that gave the Tigers the ball on the Winnfield 20 yard line, but the Tigers had to settle on a 30 yard field goal by Theeramet Muskibootalert (Mek). With the score 7-3, the Amite Warriors went to work in the air connecting on two long passes for touchdowns ending the half with the Tigers only down by 16 points.

Wed
20
Nov

2019 Atlanta Basketball Teams

2019 Atlanta Basketball Teams

Atlanta High School Bulldogs, front left to right: Brandon Smith (9 th ), Trindell Sikes (9 th ), Matthew Graves (8 th ), Keondrick Sapp (12 th ), Corey Watkins (10 th ), Ladarious Reliford (9 th ), Kevion Sapp (9 th ), Johnny Nash (10 th ). Back, left to right: David Booker (12 th ), Brian Small (9 th ), Kevontrez Sapp (11 th ), Kerry Jenkins (11 th ), Timmy Pine (12 th ), and John Phillips (9 th ). Not pictured: coach Matthew Whitman.

2019 Atlanta Basketball Teams

Atlanta High School Lady Bulldogs, from left to right: Princis Golf (10 th ), Natalie James (10 th ), Prentiuna Sapp (10 th ), Aanaiya Herbert (10 th ), Ro’Shonna Powell (in background, 12 th ), Cadence Winslow (10 th ), Heavun Jordan (10 th ), Nia Peters (8 th ), and Akera Mitchell (8 th ). Not pictured: Nala Peters (9 th ) and coaches Wes Muse and Brooke Jones.

2019 Atlanta Basketball Teams

Atlanta High School Cheerleaders, from left to right: Zaibrianna McLaren (9 th ), Talia Lynch (11 th ), Amanda Dupree (11 th ), Lindsey Davidson (11 th ), and Rayna Tilton (12 th ). Not pictured: sponsor Penny Horne.

(9 th ), Matthew Graves (8 th ), Keondrick Sapp (12 th ), Corey Watkins (10 th ), Ladarious Reliford (9 th ), Kevion Sapp (9 th ), Johnny Nash (10 th ). Back, left to right: David Booker (12 th ), Brian Small (9 th ), Kevontrez Sapp (11 th ), Kerry Jenkins (11 th ), Timmy Pine (12 th ), and John Phillips (9 th ). Not pictured: coach Matthew Whitman.

 

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Wed
20
Nov

CHS Holds First Annual Dugdemona Classic Champions

CHS Holds First Annual Dugdemona Classic Champions
CHS Holds First Annual Dugdemona Classic Champions

There’s a new tradition in Winn Parish: the Dugdemona Classic! The rivalry between Calvin and Dodson has gained traction. The Dugdemona River separates the two schools, hence the name of the competition. This tradition states that whichever of the two teams wins their first season game against each other will be awarded a special plaque to hang in their gym. The losing team will get the chance to steal it back the next school year.

The 1 st Annual Dugdemona Classic took place on Tuesday, November 5, at Calvin. To encourage community support, CHS Girls Assistant Coach Lauren Emmons declared, “It’s panther hunting season, so come decked out in your CAMO!” Calvin Lady Cougars ended up triumphing over the Dodson Lady Panthers with the final score of 62-38, and Calvin Cougars pulled off a tense and hardearned overtime victory over Dodson Panthers with a final score of 82-80.

 

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