U-High powers through Brusly

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BRUSLY - With the Brusly Panthers’ (1-3, 0-1) offense unable to gain momentum and their defense ultimately unable to stop the University High Cubs (4-0, 1-0), the Panthers suffered a painful 34-7 loss to the Cubs at Brusly High Friday, September 26.


Local volleyball teams Looking for answers

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Frustrating times loom for both local volleyball teams.

Brusly breezed past Lee in the district opener earlier in the week, but hit a roadblock against Parkview Baptist.

The Panthers are 1-1 in district, something the Panthers don’t like at this point.

“Not at all,” head coach Karen Wooley. “We need to step on the court and be ready to play.”

Brusly lost 25-11, 25-11 and 25-13 in the outing last week against Parkview’


Former Pels make key plays in Grambling win

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Former Port Allen High football standouts Jestin Kelly and L. J. Parker helped Grambling defeat Jackson State 40-35 Saturday. Parker helped block a punt early in the game. Kelly scored the game-winning touchdown for his team’s first victory of the season.


Slow start stifles PAHS at Livonia

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Port Allen’s offensive stats almost matched those of neighboring rival Livonia, and neither team committed a turnover.

The Pelican offensive showing was relatively solid, but the difference came in the form of a star senior running back and an up-and-coming quarterback.

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