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Grambling falls at A&M, now 0-4

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Grambling State University’s struggles continued at Louis Crews Stadium on the campus of Alabama State University Saturday night.
The Tigers (0-4, 0-3) remained winless with a 38-17 loss to the Bulldogs (5-0, 4-0), who kept their perfect record going and earned a bit of revenge for last December’s loss to their Louisiana rivals in the Southwestern Athletic Conference championship game.

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Cedar Creek dumps Delhi, 43-12

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DELHI — Cedar Creek High continued its high scoring season Friday night.
The No. 7 Class 1A ranked Cougars (4-1) totaled 307 yards en route to a 43-12 victory over Delhi High at Bears Stadium.
For Cedar Creek, it marked the fourth game this season of more than 34 points, with only a 51-0 season-opening victory over Tensas High being higher.

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Texas riders lead Piney Hills Classic

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Don’t mess with Texas.
And that was certainly the case at the annual Piney Hills Classic Mountain Bike Race held last weekend at Lincoln Parish Park.
The Lone Star State finished with the most individual champions of the USA Cycling-sanctioned event that attracted more than 400 racers from throughout the United States.
Texas had a total of 22 first place winners, including the men’s and women’s Professional/Category 1 divisions.
Louisiana and Arkansas had five champions each.

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Kittens lose to Mangham

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GRAMBLING — Penalties, fumbles, interceptions and missed tackles caused another unsuccessful night for the Grambling High Kittens (1-3).
The Mangham High Dragons(4-0) defeated the Kittens 37-6 Friday night at the Eddie Robinson Stadium.

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RJHS seventh grade boosts record to 3-1

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Ruston Junior High’s seventh grade football team was a recent 20-0 winner against Monroe Lee Junior High.
The Bearkittens’ victory featured touchdown runs from James Caesar, Rontavious Williams and Jessie Sawyer and a two-point conversion run by Parker King.

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Bees: Here’s honey of a deal

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Spearsville’s Buford Taylor has a ‘sweet’ time gathering nectar
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Recent showers have meant my lawn needs mowing more often than it did a year ago when heat and drought saved me a good bit in mower gas money.
While making the rounds on my mower a few days ago, I approached the water meter in my front yard which is ground level so I usually mow over it. Something caught my eye as the wheel of the mower passed within inches of the lid. Several heads popped out of the hole in the top and my immediate reaction was to skee-daddle away from what I thought was a yellow jacket nest.

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Tech tandem eyeing berth in national fishing tourney

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RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Two Louisiana Tech University students will help comprise one of the 20 collegiate teams who will be competing in the National Guard FLW College Fishing event that is headed to Lake Dardanelle Thursday through Saturday for the Southern Conference Championship presented by Chevy.

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