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Warner’s presence very much alive with Panthers

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On a cold, windy Monday at sunset, the Brusly football team walked off the field with thoughts of more than just the upcoming regional battle against Parkview Baptist.

Monday would’ve been the 19th birthday of Justin Warner, who died in May from gunshot wounds he suffered at a gas station near the Intracoastal Waterway bridge.

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BHS Volleyball team falls in quarterfinals

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KENNER — One night before Brusly faced E.D. White in an opening round football playoff, BHS met EDW for post-season quarterfinal volleyball action.

Unfortunately for the BHS volleyball team, the collision against E.D. White spelled the end of the championship quest.

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Down to the Wire

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Johnson scores late TD for Port Allen playoff win

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A look of relief etched the face of Guy Blanchard late Saturday night.

A deviation from the normal Friday schedule and playoff opponents the Pelicans faced earlier in the season concerned the PAHS head football coach.

Neither of Blanchard’s pre-game concerns came to fruition. A Caleb Johnson 10-yard touchdown run in the last 29 seconds snapped a tie to give the Pelicans a 22-14 victory over McMain at City Park’s Pan American Stadium.

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Making it look easy

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Panthers cruise to first-round playoff win over E.D. White

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Brusly- The Brusly Panthers (9-2) defeated the E.D. White Cardinals (6-5) by a score of 35-12 to advance to the second round of the playoffs. 

 

The Panthers’ stout defense had an outstanding game, holding the E.D. White offense to 83 total yards while senior quarterback Jay Christophe led Brusly with 170 yards rushing and two touchdowns. The Panthers also got 70 yards and a touchdown from senior DiMario Jackson.

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