Sports

Wed
23
Apr

Two more Tigers sign college commitments

Chris Ellis, left, and Evan Smith, right, sign their college scholarship agreements.

Two more Winnfield Senior High School athletes found themselves signing pieces of paper that would ensure an education for the next four years of their lives. WSHS has already had a few seniors commit to junior colleges this season, and Wednesday, April 16 two students enhanced that roster.
 
Wed
09
Apr

Tigers Start District Season 12

The Winnfield baseball team started their district season this past week against some pretty stiff competition. The Tigers dropped a close one to #4 Oak Grove 6-4, lost to #5 Sterlington 6-0, and defeated longtime rival Jonesboro-Hodge 13-7.
Despite complete game performances from junior Payton Kepper and senior Bayden Sanders, the Tigers were not able to pull the upsets against their top 5 district foes.  
 
Wed
09
Apr

WMS Lady Tigers complete softball season

The 2014 Winnfield Middle School Lady Tigers Softball Team completed a season that comprised 30 field appearances. Five games were not played due to weather. The A-Team, which consisted of 9 eighth graders and 2 seventh graders ended the seasons with a record of 11-3 with 3 tie games in tournament play
 
 
 
Wed
02
Apr

Lady Tigers top Oak Grove 43 in backandforth affair

The Lady Tigers and Oak Grove traded the lead five times on last Tuesday, but the Lady Tigers ended up on top with a 4-3 District win in eight  innings over Oak Grove. The Tigers finally managed to grab the lead after a strong eighth inning.
 
Wed
02
Apr

Tigers Sit at 84 as District Play Looms

The baseball tigers enter the district portion of their schedule this week with an 8-4 record. After putting up a perfect 5 - 0 record following the first two weeks of the season, the tigers went 3 and 4 over the next three weeks. The losses came to 4A teams North Desoto and Grant, Grace Christian (16-1 record) and Weston High School
 
Wed
26
Mar

AHS falls in semifinals to New Living Word

LAKE CHARLES – For the majority of the game, the Atlanta Bulldogs were in control. But down the stretch, they simply ran out of gas. “It seemed like we were worn down toward the end,” Atlanta head coach Phillip Riggs said following the Bulldogs’ 80-73 loss to second- ranked New Living Word in the Class C semifinals at Burton Coliseum. “We missed
some key shots and I think we missed too many free throws.”
 
Wed
26
Mar

North Louisiana Isshinryu Karate students earn new belts

On March 15, 2014, several students from North Louisiana Isshinryu karate of Winnfield tested for and earned their next level belt in karate. Karate test involve performance in required levels of training in basics, forms, self defense, sparring and karate terms and history. A good spirit and respectful attitude are always a major requirement for advancing in rank
 
Wed
12
Mar

WSHS Tigers Baseball Run Record to 50

The Winnfield Senior High baseball team completed another perfect week, making them a stellar 5-0 on the early season. The week was yet again characterized by stellar pitching, comprised of two more complete games 
 
Wed
12
Mar

Lady Tigers go 30 in Grant Tournament

WSHS 7 Northwood/Shreveport 6: The Lady Tigers beat three 4- A teams this past weekend as they participated in the Grant Tournament last Friday and Saturday. Friday, the Lady Tigers took on 4-A  Northwood Lady Falcons from Shreveport that turned out to be the game of the day as the two teams went into extra innings to get things settled 
 
Wed
05
Mar

Lady Tiger Softball: Weekly Report

Winnfield 2 Jena 6: The Lady Tigers traveled east last Monday night to face the 3A State Semifinalist Jena Lady Giants. Darian Thacker went to the circle for Jena and started out with two strikeouts.  Lady Tiger pitcher Anna Beth Johnson had her first start of the year and ended the inning with two strikeouts but gave up a three run homer by designated player Burton
 

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