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April 14th, 2018

CEDAR CREEK SCHOOL

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School releases honor roll list

All A’s
Fourth grade: Avery Bourn, Selah Bryan, Macklin Conroy, Kate Harris, Caroline James, Alyssa Langiulli, Emma Phillips, Owen Sun, Rubye and Ann Walsworth.
Fifth grade: Taylor Basham, Jack Bell, Evan Carroll, Julianne Ensminger, Magnus Erikson, Emily Fletcher, Anna Grace Johnson, Gracie Jones, McKenzie Jones, Savannah Kilbride, Nolan Martin, James Myers, Sydney Owens, Annalise Paul, Beau Phillips, Amelia Prabhu, Amelia Reynolds, Rosemary Sewell, Evie Stake, Zoey Venters, Anhaar Wasi, Reagan Williams and Aidan Woods.

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Tech track and field soars at Warhawk Classic

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MONROE — Louisiana Tech’s track and field squads combined for 11 first-place finishes and set three school records on Saturday when the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters made the short trip to Monroe to compete in the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawk Classic at Groseclose Track.

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Tennis Tigers’ season comes to an end

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NEW ORLEANS — The Grambling State University women’s tennis team, the No. 6 seed, saw its season come to an end on Friday with a 4-0 loss to Jackson State in the opening round of the 2018 Southwestern Athletic Conference Tennis Championships at the City Park Tennis Center in New Orleans.
Jackson State (9-13), the No. 4 seed, picked up the doubles point by winning at No. 1 and No. 2, and carried that momentum into singles play by claiming the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 4 matches to earn the win.

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Prairie View sweeps softball DH over GSU

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PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas — The Grambling State University softball team was swept by Prairie-View A&M in a Southwestern Athletic Conference doubleheader on Saturday at the PVAMU Softball Field.
Grambling State (10-24) fell 3-0 in the opener, and dropped the second game, 9-1, in five innings.
The Lady Tigers will wrap up the three-game SWAC series beginning at noon today at the PVAMU Softball Field.
Game 1
PV 3, GSU 0
Prairie View A&M picked up one run in the second, one in the third and one in the fourth to blank the Lady Tigers.
Game 2
PV 2, GSU 1

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Lady Panthers’ twins to play for Lane College

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GRAMBLING —Lincoln Preparatory School’s senior starting guard tandem of twins Jade and Jesse Anderson are sticking together on the collegiate level as the duo signed scholarships Friday afternoon to continue living their hoops dreams playing for Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee.
The twins said they would never have considered attending different colleges.
“(Lane) made us both offers and it’s a good school, so it seemed like the right place to go,” Jesse Anderson said. “This way we’ll be able to show our talents in a bigger and better place.”

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GSU soccer team inks duo

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GRAMBLING — Grambling State University head women’s soccer coach Justin Wagar announced Friday that he has added two more players to this year’s incoming class as he welcomed the additions of Lindsay Jaiyesimi and Jordyn King.
“Both of these players have the capacity to be impact players for our program and fit into our plans for continuing our ascension to the top of the SWAC,” Wagar said.

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Parkman turkey hunting legacy lives on

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I still remember the very first gobble from a wild turkey I ever heard. Some 40 years ago, I was on Jackson Bienville wildlife management area early on a spring morning and sitting by my side was V.E. “Blue” Parkman, one of only a handful of hunters in north Louisiana obsessed with chasing turkeys.
Wild turkeys were scarce back then and the few hunters who went after them could get excited by just finding a single turkey track during the season. If they heard one gobble, that was icing on the cake.

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SIMSBORO SCHOOL

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Students named to honor roll

“A” Honor Roll —
First grade: Collins Guree and Kira Pettway
Second grade: Callie Harrison, Chloe Johnson, Mnemony Newton, Landry Roberts and Angela Smith
Third grade: Scarlett Jones
Fourth grade: Adlee Spencer
Fifth grade: Aaliyah Goodwin, Alex Jordan, Matthew Lewis and Kayla Mitchell.
Sixth grade: Richard Canterbury, Cheyenne Deloney, Jodi Dunbar, Grisham Locke
Seventh grade: Maya Ellington, Lauryn Garrison, Hailey Ingle, Kara Kelley, Mary Olaoye, Lauryn Vernon and Kristian Warfield.
Eighth grade: Dakota Dowing and Lorraine Freeman
Ninth grade: Jaden Poindexter

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Faculty, staff preparing students for testing

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Third grade news
The time is flying by and the third grade classes at Cypress Springs Elementary are soaring.
In English Language arts, they are reaching the end of their “Because of Winn-Dixie” unit and have discovered how the most unlikely friendships can be some the most meaningful and worthwhile.
In math, the third graders are gliding through their measurement and data module working with bar graphs and line plots.

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NCLAC calls for artists for juried arts market

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The North Central Louisiana Arts Council is accepting applications from visual and literary artists to participate in Holiday Arts Tour, to be held Nov. 15-16.
The event is a celebration of the arts in north Louisiana, featuring visual artists, writers and performing artists.
Applications will be accepted now through June 1.
NCLAC Holiday Arts Tour is a juried arts market.
Only original works of the highest quality are accepted.
Submissions are shown to a committee that determines if and where an artist will be placed with a merchant.

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