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’Dogs named All-WAC

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Louisiana Tech’s Kyle Roliard and Mike Jefferson have been named to the All-Western Athletic Conference first team and teammates Mark Threlkeld and Ryan Gebhardt to the second team.

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Bulldogs stop NMSU, 9-3

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MESA, Ariz. — Louisiana Tech needed a rally and the offense came through in a big way with seven runs over the final two innings as the third-seeded Bulldogs pushed past No. 6 New Mexico State, 9-3, in game two of the WAC Tournament at Hohokam Stadium late Wednesday night.

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Newton is state champion

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Cedar Creek High’s Brandon Newton (center) recently received an award for capturing the championship of the ninth annual Louisiana Champions Invitational held at the Tamahka Trails course in Marksville.

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Condie gets head coaching job

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Former Louisiana Tech University assistant Curtis Condie has accepted the head men’s basketball coaching position at Central Wyoming College.

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