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Rayville one win away from state finals

Rayville begins play in the 2015 LHSAA Top 28 Thursday hoping that one of the biggest hurdles is behind them.

Burton Coliseum, home to the McNeese State University basketball teams in Lake Charles, is the 8,500-seat home to the 2015 Class 3A semifinal showdown between the No. 356 more words

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St. Fred tennis wins 2015 Bolton Cup

The St. Frederick High School tennis team won the 2015 Bolton Cup at Heard Stadium on the campus of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. 117 more words

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Deadheads Get Snow Day; Tax Slaves Get to Work

Winter Weather Closings for Monday, February 23 – KTVE-TV10

-Lincoln Parish Public Schools: Closed Monday
-Cedar Creek School: Closed Monday
-All Louisiana Tech University campuses, including Tech-Barksdale and the Shreveport Center: Closed Monday… 500 more words

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Sparks fly on final day of A.C.E.L. tourney

Sparks flew both figuratively and literally Saturday inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum on the campus of the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

Lighthouse Christian Prep of Abbeville was sparked by an early 8-0 run that led the Soaring Eagles to its second consecutive junior varsity boys basketball state championship in a 55-20 win over CHA Flame of Monroe. 385 more words

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Teams advance to A.C.E.L. championships

The shots kept falling and the Southwest Homeschool Association Lady Knights launched themselves into Saturday’s girls varsity championship game at the Association of Christian Educators of Louisiana (A.C.E.L.) basketball tournament following a 50-32 win over the CHA Lady Flame of Monroe. 577 more words

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ACE Basketball Championships return to Monroe

The City of Monroe will be the site for the 2015 Association of Christian Educators State Basketball Championships beginning Friday at Fant-Ewing Coliseum on the campus of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. 440 more words

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Cenla signees set own paths to next level

The road for the next four years begins here.

Many area athletes took the advantage of taking pen to paper Wednesday as they chose their college destinations. 392 more words

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