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Tigers keep Catskin
Marksville High School Tigers players and coaches surround the coveted Catskin banner after defeating the Bunkie Panthers, 44-0, in the season opener for both teams on Sept. 1. Marksville now holds a six-game winning streak in the traditional rivalry game that was put on hold the past two years due to scheduling conflicts. Bunkie holds an overall advantage in the long-running series. The win means the banner will be displayed again this year at Marksville and be up for grabs again next Fall. {Photo by Crystal Fuqua}

Marksville Tigers crush Bunkie Panthers, 44-0, to keep Catskin

As if there weren't going to be enough distractions with Bunkie and Marksville meeting in football for the first time in three seasons in the renewal of The Battle for the Catskin, Hurricane Harve

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Avoyelles Mustang runningback Myron Robertson (right) barely beats Livonia defender Trent Bergeron to the ball for a touchdown late in the first quarter of the Mustang-Wildcat season opener in Moreauville. The rare TD pass for the “ground-and-pound” Avoyelles High squad made the score 8-6, but the Class AAA Mustangs lost the game to the Class AAAA Wildcats, 16-6. {Photo by Connie Giovanetti}

Livonia defense defeats Mustangs, 16-6

Livonia’s offense tried to be a good guest, giving the Avoyelles Mustangs a few gifts in the form of turnovers.

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The Avoyelles 10-and-Under All-Star team won the Louisiana state title on July 12. The team members are (kneeling, from left) John David Smith, Matthew Lacassin, Brayden Tanner, Kyle Johnson, Colin Lemoine, Jonah Chatelain, (standing) Peyton Bordelon, Lucas Mose, Kamron Johnson, William Miller, Ross Gaspard, Wesley Lacour and Cy Wixson. Coaches, (back row) are Alan Miller, holding “junior coach” Michael Miller, Ashley Miller, Lee Clay and John Lacour. Not pictured is Brenner Joffrion.

Avoyelles All-Stars team wins Little League 10-and-Under state championship

The Avoyelles 10-and-Under Little League team captured the Louisiana state title July 12, with a thrilling 8-7 win over Mid-City of Lake Charles.



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