Three WBR players named To All-Metro football team

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Three local standouts from the 2012 high school football season made their presence known on the All-Metro roster. selected by coaches from the Baton Rouge area.

Brusly’s Jay Christophe and Port Allen’s Jestin Kelly landed spots on the first-team offensive roster, while Port Allen’s Darian Claiborne was listed on the first-team defense.


Kingpin of Southern Wrestling

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Jimmy Bible instrumental in making Deep South Bayou Duals among top in nation

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Jimmy Bible took over the Brusly High School wrestling program 13 years ago with hopes he could maintain the program’s momentum.

Bible now works with other schools in the area to help continue the growth throughout  the South.

The BHS wrestling coach serves as one of the top organizers of one of the Deep South Bayou Duels, which grew from humble beginnings to what is now the biggest meet in the South and among the largest in the nation.


Future 7-3A foe deals heartbreaker for Pels

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BAINS -- PortAllen met another “Ghost of District Yet-to-Come”in action last week.

The Pelicans crossed paths the second time this season with once-and-future district rival West Feliciana in a contest that the PAHS led until the fourth quarter, when WFHS came from behind to take a 53-51 win last Tuesday in Bains.


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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