Willis: “It’s Do or Die”

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Looks can deceive.

Brusly racked up 348 yards on offense, while Vandebilt Catholic mustered only 69 yards on the night and remained scoreless the first half.

But a disastrous second half sent the walls tumbling down for Brusly and allowed the Terriers a 17-13 heartbreaker over BHS at Buddy Marcello Stadium.


Pels overpowered

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After enjoying a three game win streak, which included a win over in-parish rival Brusly in the Sugarcane Classic, the Pelicans fell to the top-ranked University High Cubs 54-12 in last Friday’s District 7-3A game at Guy Otwell Stadium.


BHS volleyball continues long road of success

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The rewards of patience and persistence have begun to pay off for the Brusly High volleyball team.

Things looked dismal for the Lady Panthers after an 0-5 start this season, but BHS has worked its way to a No. 11 power ranking and No. 10 spot in the Louisiana Sportswriters Association 3A polls.


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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