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Post-season possible for PAHS

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Port Allen volleyball coach Wayne Conaway saw his team split a two-game run last week in district fare, but he also realizes things could be far better for the Lady Pelicans.

PAHS battled to a 3-2 finish (25-13, 25-11, 21-25, 28-10) last week at Runnels, but lost 3-1 (21-25, 25-20. 20-14, 20-11) against Episcopal.

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Fourth quarter woes

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BATON ROUGE – Just when it seemed Parkview Baptist gave Port Allen the opening to pull off a big upset Friday, PAHS gave it all back to the Eagles.

A high-powered running attack yielded a stunning 435 yards for No. 7-ranked Parkview, who also capitalized on three fourth-quarter interceptions in a 33-point rally to clip the Pelicans 60-26.

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Panthers fall again in close matchup

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BRUSLY - The Brusly Panthers fought hard all throughout the game against the West Feliciana Saints and came within inches of winning their second game of the season, but ultimately fell to the Saints in another tear jerker 32-28.

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