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Bulldogs, Panthers youth football teams head into playoffs

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Westside Bulldogs and Brusly Panthers Youth Football head to playoffs

Youth football is thriving in West Baton Rouge as five teams earned spots in the Tri-Parish Youth Football League playoffs.

The Westside Bulldogs are sending two teams - their B squad (9-10 year olds) and C squad (7-8 year olds), while the Brusly Panthers are sending three of their youth squads – their A squad (11-12 year olds), B squad (9-10 year olds), and D squad (5-6 year olds).

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Willis: “It’s Do or Die”

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Looks can deceive.

Brusly racked up 348 yards on offense, while Vandebilt Catholic mustered only 69 yards on the night and remained scoreless the first half.

But a disastrous second half sent the walls tumbling down for Brusly and allowed the Terriers a 17-13 heartbreaker over BHS at Buddy Marcello Stadium.

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Pels overpowered

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After enjoying a three game win streak, which included a win over in-parish rival Brusly in the Sugarcane Classic, the Pelicans fell to the top-ranked University High Cubs 54-12 in last Friday’s District 7-3A game at Guy Otwell Stadium.

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BHS volleyball continues long road of success

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The rewards of patience and persistence have begun to pay off for the Brusly High volleyball team.

Things looked dismal for the Lady Panthers after an 0-5 start this season, but BHS has worked its way to a No. 11 power ranking and No. 10 spot in the Louisiana Sportswriters Association 3A polls.

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