Stephen Kunz (11) is congratulated at home plate by his Cedar Creek High School teammates after hitting a game-winning home run in a 1-0 victory over Sterlington Saturday. Kunz slammed his round tripper over the right field wall in the sixth inning to help the Cougars improve to a 16-6 record. Adam Van was the winning pitcher and Grant Clary registered a save.
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Sitting up here in the north Louisiana hills, our main concern is when in the heck is this drought going to end and when will we have some cooler weather. How are these harsh conditions going to affect our hunting seasons just around the corner?
Will the deer starve to death? Are there any acorns for the squirrels? Will the glowing reports of record numbers of waterfowl up north be lost in water holes that have dried up down our way?
Pauline Tufi and the Louisiana Tech University softball team has been forced to push back their next game due to inclement weather expected in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Conference USA season opening series between Tech and Western Kentucky has been pushed back to a doubleheader on Sunday and single game on Monday. Gametime is set for 1 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the WKU Softball Complex. The Lady Techsters enter the series having won 10 of its last 11 games and the 13-5 record is the best start through 18 games since 1994. WKU is 8-3 on the year.
New Grambling State University defensive coordinator Dennis “Dirt” Winston sure hopes that true.
Winston has been overseeing his defensive Tigers since Thursday as they’ve started preseason football practices. And there’s one thing he definitely likes about his defensive unit, especially when the G-Men are trying to turn around last year’s 1-10 slate that included a winless Southwestern Athletic Conference record.