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Golf teaches life lessons

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I would guess that I was probably about 14 or 15 years old (that’s been a few years ago now) when my dad really hurt my feelings. I still remember it to this day and, being a dad myself now, while I didn’t appreciate it then, I understand a lot more now. Without wandering around too much, I’ll try to get to the point, so bear with me.

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Become a partner, adopt a school

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Have you ever done something you thought you would never do? I’ve crossed that threshold more than once, and today I’m celebrating a major step I took exactly one year ago.

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School clean-up a great success

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The “GHS/GMS Clean-Up/Fix-Up Day” held on Aug. 6 was a great success. More than 60 volunteers shared their time, skills and energy to help prepare our schools for the 2011-12 school year.

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Never forget Sept. 11

Ten years ago today, American citizens woke up and went about their daily routine, expecting things to play out like any other day. But, before most Americans even arrived at work on Sept. 11, 2001, that sense of normalcy and calm was brought to a halt when the first plane crashed into the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m.
Just like the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, Americans could only sit and listen to the reports of the attacks that claimed so many lives.

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Reneau: Tech ready to soar into future

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After avoiding what was feared could be a cliff year as far as the Louisiana state budget was concerned, Louisiana Tech University is poised to take flight into the future.
That was the message Tech President Dan Reneau presented to school faculty and staff members this week as he held his annual State of the University address to kick off the start of the 2011-12 academic year.

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Defending for Tech

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Senior defender Amy Quintana of Louisiana Tech University starts to make a kick during the Lady Techsters’ home match against Stephen F. Austin University on Friday afternoon. The two teams played to a 1-1 draw.

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Grambling High wins, 38-12

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The Grambling High Kittens made huge improvements, as they took a 38-6 victory over the LaSalle Tigers on Friday night at Robinson Stadium.
“It feels good to win,” said Head Coach Fred Hearn of Grambling High. “It’s my first win at home in two years.”
Senior running back LeCordez White was the highlight of the game, as he ran for 185 yards and counted for three of the Kittens touchdowns.
“We really wanted to win tonight so my goal was do as much as I could to accomplish that,” White said.
The Kittens took an early 6-0 lead, as White scored his second touchdown of the season.

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Luke McCown in starting role again

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If his head coach and teammates put any legitimate stock into past statistics and playing time, Luke McCown could go into today’s 2011 season opener with a major chip on his shoulder.
The former Louisiana Tech University star is 1-6 lifetime as a starting quarterback in the NFL.
His last start came nearly four years ago.

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Cedar Creek crushes JHHS, 46-0

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Maybe Cedar Creek High’s football team should think about doubling up as boxers.
After two games of the 2011 season, the Cougars have delivered major knockout punches.
First, it was a 53-0 romp past Tensas in the season opener.
Then on Friday night, playing on its own field again, Cedar Creek sent Jonesboro-Hodge to the canvas with a 46-0 victory.

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Bearcats bounce Bastrop, 36-14

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BASTROP — The Ruston Bearcats have emphatically done their part to lend credence to an old coaches’ theory that a football team shows its greatest improvement between weeks one and two.
Bouncing back from a 42-7 opening week loss to Neville, the Bearcats soundly defeated Bastrop 36-14 Friday night at Ram Stadium.
Playing like a team with something to prove, the Bearcats jumped out to a 16-0 first quarter lead.

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