Sports

Wed
12
Oct

Tigers Take a Trip To Buckeye

 

Winnfield Tiger fans, who traveled to Buckeye High School on Friday night, were not disappointed! The Tigers came out of their cage and came home with a well-earned 15-9 win over the Panthers. The game got off to a good start, with Senior T.J. Myers making a 78-yard run in the first quarter, which was followed up by a two-point conversion by Senior Justin Pikes. The Tigers defense kept Buckeye from putting any points on the board during the first quarter.  

 

Wed
12
Oct

WSHS head football coach

WSHS head football coach Andy Pyles was guest speaker at the Oct. 5 meeting of the Rotary Club of Winnfield where he gave a mid-season report on the Tigers. Pyles is shown with president Jennifer Vidrine and program chair Don Causey. 

 

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition 

Wed
12
Oct

Winners of the Operation

Winners of the Operation Save a Kid-Shop With a Copy Co-Ed Softball tournament that was held in August.

 

 

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition 

Wed
28
Sep

WSHS Girls Cross Country

From left are: Jordan Patterson, Bre Jurek, Grayce McDavid and Gilliana Caskey.

 

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition 

Wed
28
Sep

WSHS Cross Country Team Begins Season

The Winnfield Senior High School Cross Country Team started their season on Saturday, Sept. 10 running at the Choudrant Invitational in Ruston. There were over ten teams representing their respected schools in the surrounding area. These athletes competed in the 3 Mile Challenging Course. WSHS had two sophomores finish in the top 15 out of 120 runners. Tyler Hight crossed the finish line in 5th place with teammate Edward Teal finishing 12th over all. All of the kids competed and ran well. They will look to improve their individual times at the next place held in Pineville at the Menard open on Sept. 21.

 

Wed
21
Sep

Tiger Defense Brings Down The Spartans

On Friday night, Stokes Walker Stadium was the setting for the Winnfield Tigers’ second home game and they gave their fans something to cheer about. The Tigers took on the Spartans of Caldwell Parish High School and showed their strength, with a final score of 42-14. Last year Winnfield beat Caldwell Parish with a score of 42-28 in the non-conference game, scoring 28 of their points in the second quarter of the game. The Tigers came into this game with a 1-1 record, after a loss to Many High School and a win over rival Jonesboro-Hodge. Caldwell Parish brought a matching 2016 record, with a loss to Delhi Charter School and a win at LaSalle High School. Coach Pyles said his team would have to bring their best game, and they did.

Wed
21
Sep

Good Hunting Outlook For Squirrels And Deer

I glance over at the calendar and see that within two weeks, my focus is about to make a drastic change. I have been helping my wife work on flower beds in our yard and although I emerge from a couple of hours of digging and raking all tired and sweaty, it’s been rewarding. The plants will thank us for our efforts. Kay knows she has to take advantage of my efforts in the flower beds while she can because in a couple of weeks, it’s going to be hard to entice me back to the rake and shovel. Squirrel season kicks off Saturday October 1 and she knows where my attention will be focused.
 
Wed
21
Sep

Pee Wee Flag Football 2016 Registration Extention Final Deadline

The City of Winnfield Recreation Department has extended registration for it’s Flag Football Program. Boys and girls ages 4-12 are eligible for this exciting program. Late registration has been extended until September 23RD. This Will Be The Final Deadline To Register Your Child. Cost is $40.00 per child November. 1st is the age cutoff date. For example: Kids that turn 4 on or before November 1” are eligible for the program, kids that turn 7 on or before November 1 are considered age 7 and play in the 7-9 league, and kids that turn 10 on or before November 1” are considered age 10 and play in the 10-12 league. Don’t Let This Deadline Pass You By.
 
Wed
14
Sep

Winnfield Tigers 11, Looking for Another Win

The Winnfield Tigers hosted the Many Tigers in the Stokes-Walker Stadium on Friday, September 2, and the match up was not what Winnfield was hoping for. Winnfield was coming off a jamboree win of 6-0 against Loyola Prep, while Many High School brought a 28-18 jamboree win over Natchitoches Central High School.

 

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition

Wed
14
Sep

Final Thoughts On Whitetails Unlimited Banquet

It’s now been a month since a record-breaking fund raising banquet was held in Ruston when the Lincoln Parish Chapter of Whitetails Unlimited was held with an overflow crowd in attendance. Although all the statistics are not in covering all aspects of the event attended by more than 600 enthusiastic folks, one of the most impressive things about this year’s banquet was how last year’s banquet captured national attention. In fact, the national president of Whitetails Unlimited traveled all the way down from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin to attend this year’s banquet and bringing with him some special awards to be presented to the local chapter.

 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sports