Making it look easy

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



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.


Local basketball action tips off Thursday night

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The boys basketball programs hope to continue their success, while the girls aim seek a return to playoff action this season when hoop action tips off Thursday.

All four teams will begin their hoop seasons in the Port Allen Jamboree, which starts at 4 p.m. 

Here’s a peak at what the local teams will bring to the court this season.


Rayne ends drought

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Brusly volleyballteam earns first state title tournament spot since 2003


RAYNE — The wait is over.

The Brusly volleyball team had not reached the state championship tournament since 2003. This year, they made it happen. 

The Lady Panthers earned a trip to Louisiana High School Athletic Association Division III title tournament after a 3-1 win Monday against Rayne.


Sugarcane Classic sweet for Brusly, sour for Port Allen

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Panthers claim district runner up spot with win over Pelicans



The West Baton Rouge Championship Banner and a District 7-3A runner-up spot went to the Brusly Panthers after a 31-8 win over Port Allen in the 42nd annual Sugarcane Classic at Panther Stadium.

The Panthers finished their regular season run 8-2 and 4-1 in 7-3A, while Port Allen closed out 7-3 and 3-2. Both teams head into post-season playoff action Friday. 

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