After a painful loss against the University Cubs last week, the Brusly Panthers boys basketball (13-5, 1-1) team came out roaring Friday night in a district game at Parkview Baptist where they took the famous words “If it doesn’t kill you, it makes you stronger” to heart, leaving the Parkview Eagles (9-7, 1-1) stunned with a 59-54 loss to the Panthers.
The Brusly wrestling team got a much-needed boost Saturday in a season that has dealt plenty of challenges away from the mat.
Wins in four final-round bouts powered the Panthers to the championship in the 36th annual Brusly Invitational.
The Brusly High Lady Panthers basketball team had arguably their toughest week of the season this past week, facing the University High Cubs and Parkview Baptist Eagles just days apart.
-Photo provided by Chuck Bezet
Sisters Emily (left) and Savannah (right) Bezet killed deer on the same hunt Dec. 26. The 3 point buck was Emiy's 4th deer, while Savannah got her first.
They were hunting with their dad Chuck Bezet and friend Billy Deshotel on Red Diamond H.C.