Baton Rouge – After a rough 1st quarter, which included two Brusly fumbles and an interception, the Brusly Panthers pulled it together for their third win of the season, beating the Glen Oaks Panthers and earning themselves a spot in the 3A playoffs.
Coaches never take glee in a loss, but Port Allen coach Guy Blanchard believes it may help down the line.
Dunham scored in the last two minutes of action Friday to spoil the regular season finale against Port Allen 20-16 in non-district fare at Guy Otwell Stadium.
Seasons came to an end last week for many high school volleyball teams statewide, but not for Brusly or Port Allen.
Both squads head into the post-season dance, with one squad staying home and the other heading out on the road.
Brusly, a No. 11 seed in the Division III bracket, hosts 22nd-seeded Evangel Christian in first-round action at 5 p.m. Thursday at the BHS Gymnasium.
Booneville, Miss. - Nobody can blame the Northeast Mississippi Community College basketball coaching staff or players if they seem a bit giddy or elated with less than one week remaining before the 2014-15 campaign begins.
The Lady Tigers and Tigers annunciated their joy and enthusiasm to local journalists as part of their annual media day event inside legendary Bonner Arnold Coliseum last Tuesday.