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Brusly girls post wins over PCC,W. Feliciana

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Brusly Lady Panther coach Liza Whittington says her team still needs plenty of work before the start of District 7-3A action, but otherwise she’s content with what she has seen from the team thus far.

The Lady Panthers dominated Pointe Coupee Central three of four quarters en route to a lopsided 53-26 win in non-district fare last Tuesday. 

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Intensity level fuels Brusly win over PCC

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MORGANZA – A loss in the previous game and the forthcoming district schedule gave Brusly all the fuel it needed to outdo another district champion.

The defending 7-3A champion Panthers turned up their intensity a level in a 65-45 win over District 6-1A co-champion Pointe Coupee Central in non-district action last week.

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Rising to the Top

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LSWA names Jay Christophe 3A All-State Offensive MVP

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Jay Christophe emerged a show-stealer in District 7-3A football his senior year – and pulled off the same feat on the state level.

The Brusly quarterback was named Offensive Most Valuable Player for the Class 3A All-State Football Team, selected by members of the Louisiana Sportswriters Association.

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Business about to pick up for local boys basketball

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PAHS-BKB-JARIUS-TURNER-editedForget the long winter’s nap.

Port Alllen and Brusly high school hoop squads head into the Christmas break on the threshhold of a busy schedule that will lead both squads into the 2013 District 7-3A race. 

Both teams will compete in the Madison Prep Classic after Christmas. District season tips off for both teams Jan. 8.

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