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November 24th, 2012

Hillcrest Honor Roll

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Hillcrest Elementary School has announced the names of those students who have earned the honor roll for the second six-weeks grading period.
Principal’s List

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A.E. Phillips Elementary

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Teams achieve top awards in Lego League competition
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The A.E. Phillips Lego Legends, competing for the first time this year, were excited to bring home the top award in the Core Values competition at the regional tournament in Shreveport at SciPort.
The AEP RoboDogs won the top award for Robot Design and were also judged the overall best team for the regional competition.
Both AEP teams qualified to advance to the state competition to be held Dec. 8 in New Orleans.

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GMS Honor Roll

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Grambling Middle School has released the names of the students who achieved honor roll status for the second six-weeks reporting period.
Students are listed by academic achievement (minimum 3.0 grade point average) and grade level.
Principal’s List
(4.0 GPA)
Sixth grade: Amyia Moore
Honor Roll
Sixth grade: Treun Ford, Daizsha Hackney, Aaron Hill, Kennedy Minor, Sean Morris, Coi Scott, Kayla Wiley and Rachael Williams
Seventh grade: Jordan Ford, Daelin Jones, Destiny Lee, Devonte Sexton and Tamia Watson

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Millsap: A ‘seven-year itch?’

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Former Tech star could have interesting future in NBA
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PHILADELPHIA ­— Does Paul Millsap have the ``seven year itch?’’
After spending his entire NBA career in Utah, playing for Jazz teams that seldom have made much noise in terms of being legit contenders, is he seriously wondering if it might be time to set up shop somewhere else?
Each year the pride of Monroe, who played his college hoops in Ruston at Louisiana Tech University, has added something to his game.

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Tech diamond teams announce slates

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It won’t be all that long before the Louisiana Tech University diamond teams start their 2013 campaign.
Both the baseball and softball squads recently unveiled their schedules.
A look at the games to be played by both teams:
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Head coach Wade Simoneaux and the Louisiana Tech University baseball team have announced the 2013 schedule, featuring eight home series at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park over the course of the upcoming season.

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High school hoops’ information needed

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Basketball has arrived for Lincoln Parish high school programs.
In order to provide thorough coverage for all teams in the parish, the Ruston Daily Leader is needing schedules and complete rosters (full names, jersey numbers, position, classification).
All coaches/scorekeepers for parish teams are urged to email (buddy@rustonleader.com), fax (255-4006) or drop by their 2012-13 schedules/rosters as soon as possible.
Game reports should be emailed as soon after each contest to buddy@rustonleader.com or odavis@aol.com.

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Garrett Stadium signs adds to RHS legacy

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Signs designating Ruston High School’s home playing site in football as L.J. “Hoss” Garrett Stadium at James Field was recently completed. The signs are featured on the East and West sides of the facility and honor the late and legendary Bearcats’ head coach who ranks among the all-time leaders in victories and winning percentage for the Louisiana High School Athletic Association. Garrett is a member of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and LHSAA Hall of Fame.

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Honey Brake: A ‘Taj Mahal’ lodge

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One of state’s best kept secrets located at Larto Lake
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I was just a kid the only time I wet a hook in the Saline/Larto Lake area. My dad took my brother and me fishing down in that part of the world and introduced us to some of the most exciting crappie fishing action I ever enjoyed.
Since then, I’ve including fishing reports from that area of east-central Louisiana in reports I do each month for Louisiana Sportsman magazine. My reports, however, have been the result of telephone contacts with a guide down in that area. As far as hands-on experience, I haven’t had any since that trip with my dad long ago.

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I.A. Lewis boys No. 1

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I.A. Lewis School recently claimed the championship in the boys division at its own basketball tournament with wins over A.E. Phillips (40-19) and Cedar Creek (32-16). Pictured kneeling are (from left) LaDerrick Brown, Jakeland Albritton, and Joseph Wiley. Standing are (from left) Coach Ryan Willams, Johntavious Gray, Conner England, Kahlil Jackson, Jamar Kimble, Romorien Parker, Da’Lond Millbrooks, Taylor Pipes, Head Coach Kevin Hill, Alexandro Hernandez, A’Moriyan Jackson, and Coach Vernon Davis.

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I.A. Lewis girls capture title

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I.A. Lewis School recently claimed championship honors in the girls division at its own basketball tournament with victories over A.E. Phillips (37-4) and Cedar Creek (35-6). Pictured kneeling (from left) are Monica Martin, Cherish Hayes, Jermyia Walker, Justice Cage, and Kelli Copes. Standing are (from left) are Head Coach Debbie Cramer Jada Weatherford, Brianasia Owens, Khalah Potts, Ericka Gatson, Kayla Miller, Don’shaye Hall, Shaniya Armstrong, Sarah Hoenke, Jireh Hullaby, and Shamyra Paulk.

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