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Brusly wrestlers finish strong in quad

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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,

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Port Allen holds on until the end

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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.

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Brusly’s Daigle signs with Northwestern

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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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BHS wrestling roster young but large

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The shift from October to November means basketball for nearly all high schools, but another sport vies for a share of the spotlight at Brusly High School.

The defending Division III state champion Brusly wrestling team heads into action with a young squad this season that hopes to continue a championship tradition that has produced state titles 11 of the 12 years under head coach Jimmy Bible.

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