RHS, Tech grad has built Hall of Fame resume on gridiron
Photo by TOM MORRIS
Ruston High and Louisiana Tech graduate Don Shows (left) has guided West Monroe to 252 wins and seven state championships during a 22-year stay as head coach at West Monroe High. His overall 35-year head coaching career features a total of 321 wins.
“Finish what you have started.”
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DENTON, Texas — After two quick outs and Jordan Dixon rolling in the circle, the bottom of the fifth was headed towards yet another scoreless frame, but the Lady Techsters had other plans.
Louisiana Tech (32-20) put together four consecutive two-out hits, capped by a three-run blast off of the bat of senior Krysta Tutsch to score four in the inning and ultimately take home a 6-3 victory over Marshall (30-26) on Wednesday night at the Conference USA Tournament in Denton, Texas.
By the time you read this, hunting seasons will have kicked off with a “twang” and a “bang.”
Bow season for deer became legal at dawn Oct. 1 while squirrel hunting commenced yesterday.
I have to admit that I’ve never bow hunted. It’s a fun and exciting event I never tried with the main reason being my love for chasing bushy-tails, especially on opening day.
Sitting in a stand with archery equipment waiting on a deer seemed to me to be a waste of my time. I’d rather be sneaking through the woods watching for a branch to move or listen for an acorn to drop.