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Second-round loss ends playoff run for Lady Panthers volleyball

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“It was a success... we made it into the second round of the playoffs and I couldn’t be prouder” ~ Coach Kayla Sarradet

Brusly volleyball coach Kayla Sarradet had an inkling about her team’s playoff run as soon as she saw the brackets last week.

Sarradet knew her team had a solid shot against Leesville High School, even with a three-hour road trip as part of the package.

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Parkview offense overpowers Pels

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Port Allen coach Nick Mitchell had never coached against Parkview Baptist High School, but he knew plenty about the highly touted Eagles quarterback.

He was everything Mitchell expected.

Multi-time All-State entry Reggie Hayes, Jr., finished his regular season high school run much like he did most of his high school career when he propelled the Parkview offense with five touchdowns in a 55-38 win over the Pelicans in District 6-3A action Nov. 5.

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Port Allen girl competes in international horse races

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Ashlyn Pinsonat, of Port Alen competed in the National Barrel Horse Association (NBHA) Youth World Championships, held in Perry, Georgia from July 19-25.

This invite-only event is the largest youth barrel race in the world. More than 1,100 riders in the teen division and more than 800 in the youth division particiaptaed.

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Panthers pounce on Buffaloes

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Brusly High football ends regular season with a 14-6 victory over the Baker Buffs

New coach, new plays, new team – all this can be looked upon as a recipe for disaster, but that is not what happened to the 2015 Brusly Panthers football team.

No one can call this year’s team a failure. After a win over Baker High School, the Panthers are headed to the playoffs.

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