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Local squads draw volleyball playoff berths

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Seasons came to an end last week for many high school volleyball teams statewide, but not for Brusly or Port Allen.

Both squads head into the post-season dance, with one squad staying home and the other heading out on the road.

Brusly, a No. 11 seed in the Division III bracket, hosts 22nd-seeded Evangel Christian in first-round action at 5 p.m. Thursday at the BHS Gymnasium.

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Northeast showcases excitement at annual hoops media day

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Booneville, Miss. - Nobody can blame the Northeast Mississippi Community College basketball coaching staff or players if they seem a bit giddy or elated with less than one week remaining before the 2014-15 campaign begins.

The Lady Tigers and Tigers annunciated their joy and enthusiasm to local journalists as part of their annual media day event inside legendary Bonner Arnold Coliseum last Tuesday.

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Brusly snaps losing streak

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BAKER – The curse has ended.

Brusly’s 35-13 rout over Baker on Halloween night ended seven games of bad luck that started after a Week 1 victory over St. John.

The Panthers (2-7) received far more tricks than treats by the time they left Wedge-Keyes Stadium.

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Homecoming High

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It was Homecoming week in Port Allen last week, and as fans packed the Port Allen High School parking lot for tailgating and “Trunk or Treat” for the kids, the Pelicans players were preparing for what would be their highest scoring game of the 2014 season – a 67-18 romp over the winless Glen Oaks Panthers.

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