MIDLAND – Things looked bleak for the Midland Lady Rebels heading into the fourth quarter and down by eight points in their showdown with Class 1A
MIDLAND – The ESA Falcons went toe-to-toe with the Midland Rebels in the first four minutes Monday and even led twice in the District 7-B contest.
The Midland Rebels honored former MHS standout Andrew Hains, who sustained life-threating injuries last week after a single-vehicle wreck near Ebenezer, by wearing wrist bands with his name and number on them Friday during their victory over Lacassine. Midland starters include, kneeling from left, Dylan Boudreaux, Randy Primeaux; standing, Traven Guidry, Devin Gautreaux and Taatum Rubin. (Photo by Trina Roy)
MIDLAND - Three years after donning a Midland High basketball uniform for the last time, Andrew Hains picked up another assist last week.
Iota’s McKenzie Armand signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball for Jones Community College in Ellisville, Mississippi beginning in the fall. On hand for the signing were, seated from left, Albert Armand (father), McKenzie Armand, Kristy Armand (mother); standing, Iota Principal Cindy Abshire, Amelie Armand (sister), Iota coaches Leah Andrus and Louise Johnson and school board member Milton Simar.
IOTA –Growing up, McKenzie Armand’s first love was baseball.
IOTA – Iota coach Meghann LeJeune was waiting for her Lady Bulldogs to have a breakout game following their 1-1 start in District 4-3A play.