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Local squads post wins in district volleyball fare

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Both local volleyball teams chalked wins last week as the season moved into the second round of district fare.

The Brusly volleyball team remained in title contention in the district race with a win of 3-0 (25-6, 25-7, 25-9) over Baker last week.

Johnee LeBlanc ignited the Panthers with four kills, 11 aces and two assists, while Caitlyn Williams chalked eight kills and six aces. Victoria Genusa had seven aces and 11 assists.

Brusly’s district hopes could hinge upon the outcome of a showdown that was set for Tuesday (after presstime) at Parkview Baptist.

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Pelicans host top ranked U-High; Panthers travel to Vandebilt

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Port Allen heads into action Friday against the top-ranked school in Class 3A, while Brusly travels deep into bayou country with hopes of snapping a losing skid.

Week 7 action begins at 7 p.m. for both teams.

PORT ALLEN – If the Pelicans wanted the biggest measuring stick as to how they stack among top-ranked programs, they will soon get their wish.

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Pel, I Can

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Port Allen Pelicans Inch by Brusly Panthers.

After three years in the hands of Brusly High, the Sugarcane Classic banner changed hands this year, as the Port Allen Pelicans inched past the Brusly Panthers in the west side’s 2014 in-parish rivalry game.

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Youth west siders ignite rivalry

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A day after the Port Allen Pelicans high school football team squeezed past the Brusly Panthers to take home the 2014 Sugarcane Classic banner, it was the Brusly Youth Panthers who came out on top against the Westside Bulldogs of Port Allen in their first meeting

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