Brusly Bombers win Championship

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Photo courtesy of Amanda Washington

The Brusly Bombers, an 8-U youth baseball team won the Louisiana Fall Grand Slam State Championship in Hammond on Nov. 15. The team defeated the Louisiana Astros of Loranger, 9-8, after going into an extra inning in the championship game.  As a result of the win, the team earned a paid berth to the Grand Slam World Series, whcih will be held this summer in Panama City Beach, Florida.  


Brusly wrestlers finish strong in quad

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Photo by Terri Witt/The West Side Journal

Brusly prevailed over two of three schools in wrestling competition Saturday, Nov. 21.

The Panthers upended Baton Rouge High 48-30 and Holy Cross 39-33, but fell short 48-30 against the much-improved St. Amant,


Port Allen holds on until the end

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Photo courtesy of Lori DeMoss Hughes

So far, so close.

Perhaps that’s the best way to describe No. 27 seed Port Allen’s 250-mile trip to the Ark-La-Tex border that culminated with a 29-27 loss to sixth-seeded North Webster High School in the closing minutes of an opening round Class 3A playoff battle Friday, Nov. 13.


Brusly’s Daigle signs with Northwestern

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Photo courtesy of Daigle family

Brusly High senior Evan Daigle’s future looks to have him surrounded by Demons, and that is just fine with him.

Daigle signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball with the Northwestern State University Demons, in Natchitoches, at a signing ceremony in the Brusly High School gym on Tuesday, Nov. 17.

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