Sports

Tue
24
Nov

Tigers defeated in second playoff game

The WSHS football season came to a close Friday night as Kaplan dominated 22-7.

“They played real hard,” said Head Coach Andy Pyles. “But we weren’t able to convert when we needed to.”

This was the first year in AAA for the Tigers, and they were the second smallest school in the division.

“In January, we’ll get back to work,” Pyles said.

Coach Pyles noted how proud he is of the team and the job they did this season. He also mentioned the great support from the Winnfield community throughout the season.

“I’m going to miss this group of seniors,” he added.

The WSHS senior football players are: Byron Patterson, Charles Williams, Jay Starks, JT Riser, Terry Brown, Justin Martin, Jamey Pendarvis, Kreston Phelps, Darrien Shepherd, Kerry Fitzgerald, Jahmauri Mosley, Gabriel Valdes, J’Anthony Foster, Charles Russell, Cody Jordan, Parker Brewton, Josh Bartley, Micah Chesney, Christian Bonnette, Steven Wilson, Stephon Wilson and Zach Williams.

Tue
24
Nov

Fournette Named Walter Camp POY 'Player to Watch'

By Michael Bonnette

The Walter Camp Foundation has named Leonard Fournette as one of 15 “Players to Watch” for its 2015 National Player of the Year Award, the organization announced on Wednesday. The Walter Camp Player of the Year Award is the fourtholdest college football award in the nation. 

Tue
24
Nov

The first place team in the Winnfield Flag Football League

The first place team in the Winnfield Flag Football League (WFFL). Standing 

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Wed
18
Nov

Football contest results announced for Saturday, Nov. 7

The winner for the football contest for the week of Nov. 7 is Louis Bell Jr. Mr. Bell and Rodney Alderman tied with a score of 13 correct guesses, but Bell’s tiebreaker guess was closer to the score of that week’s WSHS football game against Marksville.
 
Wed
18
Nov

Narrow victory in first playoff game for Tiger Football

After being defeated by Marksville 45-28 on Friday, Nov. 6, the WSHS Tiger football team came back with a vengeance to win their first playoff game of the season against South Beauregard. The Tigers beat the Knights in a narrow 35-34 victory in overtime.
 

 

Tue
10
Nov

Bailor Brown competed in Shreveport at the State Fair

Bailor Brown competed in Shreveport at the State Fair as a part of the Winn Parish 4H. Bailor competed in the goat show, placing first and second with her market goats, both in the same weight class. Hunter Sims of Dodson helped out by showing one of her wethers in the weight class. Shown are Hunter Sims (left) and Bailor Brown (right).

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Tue
10
Nov

WMS Cross Country finishes strong at State Junior High Meet

On a cold and rainy Saturday morning, WMS completed an outstanding season with a fine performance at the State Junior High and Elementary Meet held at the Gospel Campground in Ruston. The teams garnered 5 individual medals as well as a close 3rd place finish by the 5-6th grade girls. The meet included athletes from 18 schools scattered all across north Louisiana.

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Wed
04
Nov

WYBL Basketball 2016

The City of Winnfield Recreation Department has begun registration for it's annual youth basketball program. Registration begins on Monday November 2nd and will run through Friday December 4. Regular registration fee for this league is $40.00. Boys and girls ages 4- 15 are eligible for this exciting program. Don't let this deadline pass you by.
 
Wed
04
Nov

WSHS Tigers tackle Vidalia Vikings 2919

WSHS Tiger football defeated Vidalia Vikings 29- 19 on Friday, Oct. 30. “Vidalia is a much improved football team,” said WSHS head football coach Andy Pyles. “They’re going to be a team to contend with coming up.”
 
Wed
28
Oct

WSHS defeats Bolton as playoffs grow near

Winnfield Senior High School beat Bolton High School 53-7 at Friday’s football game. “Even though it wasn’t a close game, I felt like we improved again this week,” said WSHS head coach Andy Pyles. “I was very pleased with our play of all 3 phases of the game.”
 
 

 

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