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Local volleyball teams garner homecourt playoff spots

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Neither of the local volleyball teams will have to worry about a long ride for the first round of playoff action.

Tenth seed Brusly drew No. 23 seed Loyola Prep of Shreveport in Division III, while No. 16 seed Port Allen drew the last homecourt pairing to face No. 17 West St. Mary in Division IV action

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Pelicans outlast E.D. White 20-14

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And then there were two.

Port Allen faced more than another district foe Friday when E.D. White Catholic visited the Pels at Guy Otwell Field.  PAHS needed the win to bump the Cardinals out of a three-game tie for second place with the Pels and Brusly.

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A Sweet Advantage

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Sugar Classic: Homefield playoff spot looms in Brusly-Port Allen rivalry showdown

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Banners and bragging rights are nice, but much greater rewards loom for the winner of the 2012 Sugar Classic.

 

The District 7-3A runner-up spot and home-field advantage go up for grabs when Brusly hosts Port Allen in the annual rivalry battle Friday.

 

Kickoff at Panther Stadium is 7 p.m.

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Comets stuff Panthers

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Looks can be deceiving with a team like St. Charles. 

The Comets headed into action Friday against Brusly without their starting quarterback and a key defensive player. But in the end, the real St. Charles stepped out.

The defending 3A state champion found its way out of a first-quarter deficit to defeat the Panthers 31-19 in a 7-3A showdown.

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