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September 16th, 2013

Cedar Creek Middle School teams take wins

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The Cedar Creek Middle School football teams had another big week as both teams came away with a win against Calhoun.
The seventh-grade team finished with a 24-14 win, with Collin Moak leading the way with 71 yards rushing and a key interception.
The Cougars were also able to play their sixth-grade team, with big contributions from Clayton Guyotte, Devin Jung and Jared Miller.
The eighth-grade team was solid on both sides of the ball. They were able to play some hard-nosed defense with Eli Gray and Josh Riggs winning the battle in the trenches.

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Tech golfers stand 14th

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BURLINGTON, Iowa (Sept. 15, 2013) – Victor Lange and Ben Robinson led with a pair of two-over-par performances as Louisiana Tech stands in 14th place after the first round of action at the Golfweek Conference Challenge at Spirit Hollow Golf Course.
The Bulldogs, after shooting 306 (18-over-par) in the first round, are only one shot behind 50th-ranked Chattanooga and six shots behind 17th-ranked LSU.
Houston, ranked 25th as a team, leads with a team score of 1-over-par (289).
The second of three rounds will begin this morning with Louisiana Tech teeing off at 9:45 a.m.

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Sportsman’s Jamboree set for Thursday

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The 34th Annual Sportsman’s Jamboree will be held Thursday at the Thomas Assembly Center at Louisiana Tech.
The Special guest speaker will be nationally known entertainer and hunter Ray Eye from Missouri.
What’s new in outdoor products will be displayed around the rotunda at the TAC and numerous door prizes will be awarded.
Doors open will at 4 with the program beginning at 6:30.
The event is free to the public.

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September 14th

GSU drops third straight, 47-34

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Grambling State fell to 0-3 on the season Saturday as the Tigers lost 47-34 to Lincoln University of Missouri.
It was GSU’s first game under interim head coach George Ragsdale, who replaced Doug Williams on Wednesday after Williams was fired by the university.
The G-Men coughed the ball up early in the game as Justus Schulte sacked GSU junior quarterback D.J. Williams to force a fumble recovered by the Blue Tigers deep in Grambling territory.

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Tech’s Holtz: ‘We are a work in progress’

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Louisiana Tech football coach Skip Holtz understands Bulldogs’ fans frustrations following Thursday’s lackluster offensive performance before a national audience in a game nationally televised on Fox Sports 1.
But he also feels his team will definitely get better despite the 24-15 loss to Tulane before a Red Out game crowd of 22,035 at Joe Aillet Stadium.

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Tech vs. Tulane Red Out Game Photo Gallery

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Top Left: Photo by TOM MORRIS
Former Louisiana Tech quarterbacks Terry Bradshaw, left, and “Duck Commander” Phil Robertson were presented with Bulldog jerseys during the first quarter of Thursday’s game against Tulane.
Top Right: Photo by TOM MORRIS
Former Louisiana Tech quarterback Terry Bradshaw, left, shares a moment with Tech mascot Champ during the game against Tulane.
Bottom Left: Photo by DEREK J. AMAYA
Former NFL standout Joe Montana was on hand for Thursday’s game pitting Tech against Tulane. Montana was at the game to root for son Nick, Tulane’s starting quarterback.

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Bearcats do it old-fashioned way

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Ruston High grinds out throwback-style 24-10 win over Airline
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It was the stuff movies are made off — a “Back to the Future” kind of night for the Ruston Bearcats Friday at L.J. “Hoss” Garrett Stadium.
On one sideline was former RHS quarterback Bo Meeks, leading Airline against his alma mater. On the other sideline was former RHS Brad Laird, looking for his first win as the Bearcats’ new head coach.
And on the field was a game featuring the kind of old-fashioned, smashmouth football the Bearcats were renowned for as a perennial state powerhouse in the 1980s and ’90s.

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Cedar Creek tops J-Hodge to win home opener

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Cougars move to 1-1 with 42-20 victory
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The Cougars of Cedar Creek relied on their offense to defend their house in the home opener against Jonesboro-Hodge High School on Friday night.
Cedar Creek beat the Tigers 43-20, led by an impressive performance by senior quarterback Mark Van.
Cougars head coach Ben Haddox said his team put a lot of effort in practice heading into the game and were able to push through after an overtime loss at Loyola College Prep last week in Shreveport.

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Techsters falter on final day of Tangi Tourism Classic

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HAMMOND — Louisiana Tech dropped the final two matches of the Tangi Tourism Lion Classic Saturday to end the weekend with one win and three losses at University Center on the campus of Southeastern Louisiana.
Tech began the day with a four-set loss to Stetson and followed up with its second four-setter of the day in a loss to the hosts, Southeastern Louisiana Lady Lions.
After a weekend’s worth of impressive performances, Rebecca Redgen and Alejandra Aviles both represented the Lady Techsters on the All-Tournament Team for their performancea over the course of four matches.

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Tech Golf to open season at Golfweek Conference Challenge

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BURLINGTON, Iowa — Louisiana Tech’s men’s golf team will open the 2013-14 season today as the Bulldogs were invited as the representative from Conference USA for the fifth annual Golfweek Conference Challenge.
The Golfweek Conference Challenge is being held at a neutral site for the fourth consecutive year with the University of Iowa serving as host school. Tech’s line-up for the first tournament of the season includes Victor Lange, John Lewis Sams, Travis Wilmore, Ben Robinson and Chuck Spears.

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