Sports

Wed
09
May

Winnfield Tigers Fall in Quarterfinals

The #6 seeded Winnfield Tiger Baseball team were defeated by the #3 Welsh Greyhounds in the Quarterfinals of the State Baseball Tournament this past Thursday and Saturday. It is not the Cinderella ending the boys were hoping for, but everything that could go wrong for the Tigers did. Unfortunately that is the game of baseball, and it just wasn’t their weekend. The Winnfield Baseball team had a great season despite their elimination in the third round. Capturing the 2-3A District Championship, 8-1 record districts and finishing with an overall record of 22-13. All good things come to an end, but it is just the beginning for all these boys. On the long drive home Saturday evening from Welsh, there stood a church sign that read,

 

Wed
02
May

The Drought is Over: WSHS Baseball Team Third Round Bound­-Quarterfinals

The Winnfield Tigers welcomed the #11 seeded Springfield team last Friday to start the 2nd round of the baseball playoffs. It would be the best of 3 with the winner of the series moving on to the quarterfinals. The boys started off hot drilling the ball going up 4-1 early in the game, however this lead quickly evaporated with the tigers being spelled by countless errors that saw their lead disappear and they dropped the first game, 6-9. It was disappointing for the boys as they watched Springfield team and fans celebrate their win with a upset of the #6 ranked Tigers on their turf. The Tigers would be looking for revenge on Saturday knowing they had just beaten themselves.

Wed
02
May

The LHSAA State Tournament Quarterfinalds

Back row: Rebecca Peters, Mary Rainwater, Emma Claire Gill, Jade Kyle, Sydney Ferguson-DH, Josie Camp-LF, Sophie Dobson-2nd base; middle row: Kayla Cullen, Alexis Vercher, Ines Bugeda, Lauren Trawick-SS, Kristan Chandler-RF, Emma Bevill-3rd base; front row: Shanya Ferguson, Abby McCarty, Peyton Smith, Gracie Weaver-catcher, Madison Dupree-pitcher, Payton Bates-centerfield, Rachael Dupree-1st base, Samantha Cullen and Lexie Lard.

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Wed
02
May

2018 Rotary Shoot Competition

The storm clouds parted, allowing blue skies to shine over the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Shooting Range long enough Saturday, April 14, for the Rotary Club of Winnfield to hold its fifth annual Sporting Clays and Pistol Competition.

When the smoke had cleared and the scores had been tallied, the team from McManus Timber was declared the overall winner, with Ralph Rogers the high individual in sporting clays and Kevin Shirley the high individual in pistol.

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Wed
25
Apr

SULPHUR BOUND

At the beginning of the year, reaching the state tournament in Sulphur was a dream for a young Calvin softball team. But after winning the District Championship (Undefeated) and rolling to a 17-4 regular season record and fighting their way through the playoff round, this group of “never-say-die” girls is headed to the state tournament in Sulphur. Merely getting there is no longer the goal.

 

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Wed
25
Apr

WSHS Baseball Team 32a District Champions 2018

The WSHS boy’s baseball team brought home the district championship this past week, taking 2 out of 3 wins against their rival, many tigers who were sitting in the #3 spot in the state rankings. In the first matchup this past Tuesday playing at home, Winnfield, ranked #7 in the state, defeated many in a thrilling victory 2-0. It was a great pitching duel with both pitchers from Winnfield and many only allowing 3 hits a piece, but Winnfield made their hits count getting the base runners across home plate lifting the Winnfield tigers for that first needed victory in the 3 game series and upsetting many. The boys then traveled to many on Thursday to finish the series and play a double header. The stands were filled with tiger fans from many and Winnfield knowing one of the tiger teams was going to walk away with the championship. It was a beautiful day for baseball with sunny skies and a little crisp feeling in the air.

 

Wed
18
Apr

WSHS Sweeps Lakeview – Eyes on Many High School Tigers for District Championship

The WSHS baseball team made a sweep against Lakeview during their series this past week in district play, Winnfield the first game after three innings of play, 10 – 1. The boys played the doubleheader at home, winning the first game 6 – 1 and closing out the series by winning in a landslide after five innings of play. 12 – 2.

The boys will finish out their regular season this week, facing off against the Many High School Tigers for the District Championship. Both teams are sitting at 6 – 0 in district play. Many has been ranked #1 in the state most of the season but is not sitting at the #2 spot. Winnfield is #7 in the state, and 17 – 9 overall.

 

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Wed
11
Apr

Winnfield Senior High School Tiger Baseball

After the Winnfield Senior High School Baseball seven game winning streak was snapped in a 2 – 3 loss to Cedar Creek High School, and falling to North DeSoto High School, the boys rallied back to defeat a strong 4 – A Buckeye High School team with a score of 3 – 1.

The boys were then defeated by Loyola Prep, who is ranked 10th in the state in Division 2 for private schools, with a score of 1 – 3.

The Tigers started district play with a sweep of Red River High School with three games, none of which went past the 5th inning. The first game was played at home and was halted as the Tigers were coming up to bat in the bottom of the 4th inning. The Tigers had a 10 – 0 lead, when the game was stopped due to bad weather. The Red River coach conceded defeat so the game could count, as it was only in the 4th inning.

 

Wed
04
Apr

2017 Hunter of the Year

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), the Louisiana Wildlife Federation and the Louisiana Outdoor Writers Association are seeking submissions for the 2017 Youth Hunter of the Year contest. The contest, for the 2017 calendar year, is open to Louisiana boys and girls ages 15 and younger.

Did you have a special hunt this past year? Harvested your first game animal or bird? Maybe just a hunting trip made great by sharing time in the outdoor with family and friends? Regardless, you could be a candidate for our male and female Youth Hunter of the Year contest.

 

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Wed
04
Apr

T-ball team members

The Reese’s Pieces 5/6 year old Castor Dixie Youth T-ball team members are, on front row from left, Bluex Dubois, Ethan Stiles and Wacy Johnson. On back row are Colton Knotts, Addisyn Giddings, Paisley Bryan, Lanie Cook, Mckenzie Gillette, Wyatt McCart, Ty Pearson, Lane Hays, Grayci Bamberg and Lillie Harlow. Coaches are Pam Bamberg and Juanice Gray.

 

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