GRAMBLING — Grambling High’s girls are still alive.
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Confidence, composure and consistency.
Multi-starred recruits and established veterans aren’t the only players who have earned attention for Louisiana Tech University’s football program.
Don’t forget about those walk-ons.
From running back Hunter Lee to offensive lineman Stephen Warner, the Bulldogs have produced big-impact performers under the watch of third-year Head Coach Sonny Dykes and his staff.
Editor’s note: The following is a feature story O.K. Davis did on Alton “Red” Franklin two years ago.
By O.K. Davis
Any North Louisiana football fan with a smidgen of knowledge about the history of high school programs should know the significance of that nickname.
As in Alton “Red” Franklin, the former top braintrust at Haynesville High School.
Franklin will be inducted in the Ark-La-Tex Sports Museum of Champions at 7 p.m. Satruday in the Shreveport Convention Center.
Nine-year-old Declan Wells, Choudrant Elementary third grader, was sitting in a deer stand with his dad, Billy Wells on October 13 when he downed this 192 pound, seven-point buck with his .410. The day before, Declan shot a big doe.
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