Sports

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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Wed
04
Apr

Young ladies from Dodson High FCCLA

Young ladies from Dodson High FCCLA club traveled to Lafayette for the Family, Community, and Career Leaders of America State competition that was held on March 11- 12th. Receiving the top honor of Gold were Kaylen Williams in Job Interview and Brela Marler in Environmental Ambassador. Top honor students are advanced to National competition.

 

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Wed
28
Mar

NSU Offering TEAS Boot Camp April 3 & 5

On Tuesday, April 3 and Thursday, April 5, 2018, Northwester State University’s Office of electronic and Continuing Education will offer a TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) Boot Camp.

The classes will be held from 8:00 a.m. until noon, on the second floor of South Hall on NSU’s Natchitoches campus. Students will receive study tips and a review of TEAS sections on reading, math, science and English.

 

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Wed
28
Mar

Lady Cougars Rebound

Kasey Bevill

After losing several key players and their head coach off last year’s state qualifying softball team, most people considered this a rebuilding year for the Lady Cougars. The list of doubters did not include the team. With no player beyond the 10th grade, the girl’s young softball team is currently ranked #1 in the state Class C division with a 13–3 record.

Last week’s brutal schedule is an illustration of the team courage and work ethic coaches day delineates this squad. Six games in five days against highly ranked teams from various classifications (every opponent in the top ten of their division) proved the caliber of this squad and moved them up in the rankings.

 

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Wed
21
Mar

Tigers Get Sweet Revenge During 7 Game Winning Streak

The WSHS Tiger baseball team is playing some great baseball, sporting a seven game winning streak, with the momentum growing stronger, with each game.

After going 1 – 2 overall in the UC Tournament down south, the boys have rallied by going 8 – 1 in their last three tournaments. The Tigers have put on a fabulous showing behind fantastic pitching, great defense and hot bats to go 2 -1 overall at the Grant Tournament, 3 – 0 in the WSHS Tournament, and 3 - 0 in the Jena/Caldwell Tournament.

The Tigers are competing against some solid teams, helping them become more confident and tougher with each game. They played with excitement and did not easily back down. They came back with several victories in the 7th inning. Never count them out; they are hungry and having fun as a team.

At the time of this writing, the WSHS baseball team is 10 – 6 overall and ranked 7th in the state.

 

Wed
21
Mar

Indrediball Tourney Set for Saturday

On Saturday, March 24th, the Montgomery Ball Park will be filled with teams participating in the Benefit Incrediball Tournament. Funds raised by the tournament will benefit the Victory Church Building Fund.

The play will begin at 8:00 a.m. and teams of 6&4 or &&5 will pay an entry fee of $180 per team.  

 

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Wed
14
Mar

Jordan Hill UPC Fishing Tourney Set for March 17

Jordan Hill U.P.C. is calling all fishermen and women, ages 4 and up, to join them on Saturday, March 17, 2018, at the St. Maurice Red River Midway Marina.

A Youth Tournament will be held from 1:00–3:00 p.m. for ages 4–12 years, and participating youth need only to bring a pole. Registration for the big tournament begins at 5 a.m., with the tournament beginning at safe daylight and ending at 3:00 p.m.

Entry is $100 per boat with two people max per boat and a five fish limit. The Big BassPot  is $10 per boat, with a 100% payout. An adult must accompany all participants under the age of 18. 

 

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Wed
14
Mar

Eckerd Connects To Host Golf Tournament, April 13th

Eckerd Connects Wraparound Agencies serves children and teenagers struggling with mental health and addictions issues, who are at risk of being placed outside the home. Services are coordinated with these families based on a national resultsbased model. The program involves families as active partners and uses a teambased approach to coordinate services across multiple systems – including family, youth, community, schools and agencies.

Eckerd Connects serves children and teens in Winn Parish, and will be hosting their first annual golf scramble charity tournament.

 

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Wed
07
Mar

2018 WSHS Baseball New SeasonNew Dreams

It’s that time of year again when America’s great past time of baseballs and bats get cranked up to start the 2018 baseball season.

Yes indeed, the smell is in the air – the season has started, the excitement of sitting on hard bleachers freezing or sweating to death while cheering for the WSHS baseball team has arrived.

This young team is hoping to start where the 2017 team finished, where last year’s team make it to the second round of playoffs. The first time in 10 years. The boys hope to keep the momentum going, which last year was sadly halted by a pitch count rule.

 

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Wed
07
Mar

Five 'Healthy' Habits Worth Giving Up

(StatePoint) While most weight loss proclamations are well-intentioned, sometimes they look better on paper than in practice, actually doing more harm than good. Here are five so-called “healthy” habits worth giving up on, as well as better solutions.

Habit 1: I’m going to take up permanent residence in the gym. Working out is an important piece of the weight loss puzzle, but moderation is key. Studies suggest that too much exercise can lead to a number of issues like hormonal imbalance, fatigue, insomnia and even depression. Many people also report experiencing a drastic increase in appetite after extreme bouts of physical activity, which can lead to overeating and negate the weight-related benefits. Plus, if you exercise so intensely that you’re injured or sore for days, it will be difficult to sustain this otherwise healthy habit.

 

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