Coordinator Cliff Yoshida (right) and interior coach Ezil Bibbs evaluate defensive drills during recent spring workouts at Grambling State University. The Tigers’ defensive unit returns six starters from a 2010 squad that won nine games and finished as runner-up in the Western Division of the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
GRAMBLING — Defense ahead of the offense.
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MONROE — Friday Night Lights heated up for the Ruston High School football team Friday afternoon, as the Bearcats traveled to Monroe in preparation for the upcoming season.
Going the last two weeks lined up against each other, Head Coach Billy Laird and the Bearcats took the Rams’ field as they scrimmaged in their one and only preseason game against Richwood High.
BURLINGTON, Wash. — The top shooters in the dynamic “run-and-gun” sport of practical shooting have arrived in Las Vegas to compete in the 2011 United States Pistol Shooting Association National Handgun Championships.
Among the more than 650 shooters from across America, and around the world, competing for the coveted title of national champion will be local top gun Chris Harpin of Marion.
In all, 45 states and six foreign nations will be represented at the competition which is organized by the U.S. Practical Shooting Association, the 20,000 strong member organization that is the national governing body for the sport of practical shooting.