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Best come from West

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Christophe, Claiborne earn District 7-3A MVP honors

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Jay Christophe and Darian Claiborne entered the 2012 football season highly touted by other teams in District 7-3A – and their impact showed on the 2012 All-District roster. 

Christophe, a three-year quarterback for the Panthers, finished his senior season the Most Valuable Player for offense. 

Claiborne, who doubled as a quarterback and linebacker, garnered the honor as Most Valuable Player on defense for his final season at Port Allen.

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Panthers, Pelicans provide fans sneak preview at BHS Tourney

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Alast-second basket brought Brusly players and fans into a roaring frenzy usually reserved for a district championship.

It wasn’t. Instead, it was a 46-45 win over Port Allen in the Brusly Invitational.

The Panthers (5-2) finished second in the tournament after a 54-34 win in the championship game. Port Allen finished third after a 73-67 victory over Southern Lab.

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Pelicans set lofty goals

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A sense of cautious optimism prevailed for Port Allen coach Brandon Ricard after his team’s first full week of action. 

Port Allen edged Family Christian 79-78 last week and returned from the holiday break to defeat Jehovah Jireh 59-47. Ricard gladly accepts the 2-0 start, but wants much more from his 2012-13 squad.

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Brusly outlasts Family Christian

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Brusly chalked a win Monday in its return from the Thanksgiving break, but it wasn’t an easy day back for the Panthers.

Coach Harold Boudreaux’s Panthers turned back the challenge of a feisty Family Christian Academy 79-62 in non-district action at Brusly High School.

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