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  • Athlete of the Week: Huntington’s Ederia Ferguson

    Athlete of the Week: Huntington’s Ederia Ferguson

    We see a lot of our student athletes overcome adversity. Very frequently, it's not self-inflicted. For Huntington’s Ederia Ferguson, her hardship was all self-inflicted. Her triumph, however, is what ultimately resonates prouder. She explains in this week's Landers Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Athlete of the Week.More >>
  • ETBU eyes postseason under Mayper

    ETBU eyes postseason under Mayper

    ETBU has their sights set on returning to the playoffs under, as they said at Wednesday's media day in Marshall. 

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    ETBU has their sights set on returning to the playoffs under, as they said at Wednesday's media day in Marshall. 

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  • Bossier City falls to Fairhope (AL) in Dixie finals

    Bossier City falls to Fairhope (AL) in Dixie finals

    The Bossier City All-Stars' magical run came to a close Wednesday, falling in the Dixie League championship to Fairhope (AL), 6-4, at Tinsley Field. 

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    The Bossier City All-Stars' magical run came to a close Wednesday, falling in the Dixie League championship to Fairhope (AL), 6-4, at Tinsley Field. 

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  • Landers Athlete of the Week: Loyola's Chelsea Johnson

    Landers Athlete of the Week: Loyola's Chelsea Johnson

    Thursday, January 18 2018 10:50 AM EST2018-01-18 15:50:54 GMT

    When you talk about successful basketball teams, the old thought process is that you need to have a deep roster to be elite. Maybe seven, or so, strong players.  Loyola has that, anchored by junior forward Chelsea Johnson. It is a big reason why this team entered Wednesday at 19-2. Here's the thing, though: they go seven players strong...but that's it. They legitimately do not have more than that on the roster. "It can be tough but it also is fun, as well. I think it...

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    When you talk about successful basketball teams, the old thought process is that you need to have a deep roster to be elite. Maybe seven, or so, strong players.  Loyola has that, anchored by junior forward Chelsea Johnson. It is a big reason why this team entered Wednesday at 19-2. Here's the thing, though: they go seven players strong...but that's it. They legitimately do not have more than that on the roster. "It can be tough but it also is fun, as well. I think it...

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  • Landers Athlete of the Week: North Caddo's Destiny Rice

    Landers Athlete of the Week: North Caddo's Destiny Rice

    Landers Athlete of the Week: North Caddo's Destiny Rice

    Thursday, November 30 2017 1:45 AM EST2017-11-30 06:45:44 GMT

    The Rebels have won three state titles in the last four seasons but last seasons third round playoff loss weighs on the mind Junior Guard Destiny Rice daily.

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    The Rebels have won three state titles in the last four seasons but last seasons third round playoff loss weighs on the mind Junior Guard Destiny Rice daily.

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  • Landers Athlete of the Week: Khylen Johnson

    Landers Athlete of the Week: Khylen Johnson

    Friday, September 22 2017 12:55 PM EDT2017-09-22 16:55:25 GMT

    When the bright lights shine on nine-year-old Khylan Johnson, you know the pint-sized powerhouse is ready for the spotlight.  In a state that has produced some of the top wide receivers in the NFL, like his favorite, Odell Beckham, Jr., little Khylan is confident about his feature.  When I asked if he thinks he will be the next big playmaker from the state, his answer was simple: a confident nod and a quiet, "yes." No hesitation and why should he? He has alread...

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    When the bright lights shine on nine-year-old Khylan Johnson, you know the pint-sized powerhouse is ready for the spotlight.  In a state that has produced some of the top wide receivers in the NFL, like his favorite, Odell Beckham, Jr., little Khylan is confident about his feature.  When I asked if he thinks he will be the next big playmaker from the state, his answer was simple: a confident nod and a quiet, "yes." No hesitation and why should he? He has alread...

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