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March 26th, 2015

2014-15 Honor Roll List 3rd 9 Weeks

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“A” Honor Roll
6th Grade: Andrea Davis, Violet Waddle
7th Grade: Antonio Acuna, Gerardo Guerrero, Jade Ivory, Madelin McGaugh
10th Grade: Maggie Watts
11th Grade: Brianne Ellis, Tyler Osborne
12th Grade: Ashleigh Cole, Raigan Talbert
“B” Honor Roll
Sixth grade: Hermelinda Bautista, Beau Cash, Kaley Fincher, Ahmad Gipson-Jackson, Ty Tiana Jones, Brooklyn Lester, Levi Minyard, Tayla Osborne, Jaden Poindexter, Haiden Pruitt, Elijah Richardson,

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Final Four dreams finished

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Temple tops Louisiana Tech in NIT quarterfinals
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PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Temple hit nine 3-pointers and led from start to finish as the Owls ended Louisiana Tech’s National Invitation Tournament run with a 77-59 victory Wednesday night in quarterfinal action at the Liacouras Center.
With the victory, Temple (26-10) advances to the Final Four of the NIT at Madison Square Garden next week. Louisiana Tech (27-9) saw its season come to an end in the final game of the collegiate careers for Speedy Smith, Raheem Appleby and Michale Kyser.

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Tech track to start Texas Relays today

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Louisiana Tech will be competing against some of the top collegiate and professional athletes this week as the program heads to the 88th Annual Nike Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.
More than 7,000 athletes will be competing at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas in a premiere track meet that will be broadcast live on the Longhorn Network and WatchESPN.
The Texas Relays is one of the longest running track and field meets in the nation and this year’s event features multiple Olympians and members of the Japanese National team.

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Lady Bearcats fall

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Catcher Addison Pullen, pictured making the tag out on a Natchitoches Central baserunner, and the Ruston High School Bearcats fell in District 2-5A action Monday as the Lady Chiefs won 4-2.

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Tech tennis records third straight shutout

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The Louisiana Tech tennis team recorded its third straight shutout on Wednesday afternoon as the Lady Techsters blanked Jackson State, 4-0, at the Jackson State Tennis Facility.
Tech (5-7) made the trek down I-20 and recorded its third straight victory by winning the doubles point and claiming wins at the No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 positions in singles.
For the doubles point, the two teams split wins at No. 2 and No.3 with the deciding match coming at No. 1 between the duo of Marta Sramkova and Tarrannum Handa versus Jackson State’s (1-15) Anastasia Zvyahintseva and Siriporn Phakamad.

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Tech’s Lang ranked No. 47

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Louisiana Tech junior Victor Lange continues to move up in the national rankings as he vaulted four spots to No. 47 following his 10-under-par performance at the Wallace Jones Invitational in Delhi.
Lange is the highest ranked golfer in Conference USA with UAB’s Martin Rohwer following at No. 69. The updated rankings were released by GolfStat.com Wednesday afternoon.
A native of Johannesburg, South Africa, Lange has carded an average round of 71.0 this season in 24 rounds through eight tournaments, recording four finishes in the top five including three times as the runner-up.

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Cedar Creek tops Haynesville

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Cedar Creek jumped out to an early lead on Haynesville and captured an 11-0 victory on Tuesday at Cedar Creek Field.
The game was decided quickly as Cedar Creek Cougars scored nine runs in the first three innings.
A two-run single by Jacob Brown, a steal of home by Jacob Mitcham, an error and a wild pitch during the first inning and an error in the second inning supplied the early offense for Cedar Creek.
Mitcham did his best to jumpstart the offense for Cedar Creek, reaching base three times. He singled in the first inning.

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March 25th

Deadline for scholarship approaches

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The deadline to apply for the BE GREAT Scholarship through the Boys and Girls Club of North Central Louisiana is Thursday.
“To be selected for this scholarship, the student must have an overall grade point average that ranges from 2.0-2.9 and have completed the application process with plans for secondary education after graduation, which may include a four-year program, a two-year program or trade school,” Eldonta Osborne, chief professional officer, said.
Osborne said applications have been given to every school counselor in Lincoln Parish and may also be found on www.bgcncl.org.

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Tech plays Temple in NIT Play

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Louisiana Tech University will play against Temple University at 8 tonight in Philadelphia. The game will be shown on ESPN 2. The Bulldogs will advance to the semifinals at Madison Square Garden in New York City with a win. For more coverage on the game, turn to page 3.

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Ministers Conference starts today at GSU

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ty is holding its first Ministers Conference starting today through Friday.
This conference will have sermons and lectures. GSU Interim President Cynthia Warrick said she hopes it will become an annual event to strengthen ties between local churches, the community and Grambling.

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