The Eunice High Bobcats got the good bounce, but couldn’t get the call in their Homecoming contest.
When Pointe Coupee Central was closed over the summer by the Pointe Coupee School Board, St. Edmund was forced to find another opponent. That did not happen, so the Blue Jays have an open date Friday before taking on False River Academy on Oct. 31.
With a 48-0 win to open District 4-4A play, the Bobcats are sitting atop the standings while this week’s opponent is still searching for their first win. But Eunice High (3-1, 1-0) head coach Paul Trosclair pointed out that Washington Marion’s record doesn’t tell the whole story.

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St. Landry arrests

Oct. 14

Cruz Caine Daigle, age 24, 448 Main St. #19, Cankton, LA 70584, burglary of an inhabited dwelling

James Patrick Fruge Jr., age 26, 117 Alvin St., Opelousas, LA 70570, aggravated assault with a firearm

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October 11

From the Files ... October 1936

From files of The Eunice News
October 1936

Mrs. Frances Springs was in Germany and decided to come home by air, in the Hindenberg. She was the giant dirigible’s 1,000th passenger in its seven trans-Atlantic flights and received a silver gift tray.

'Sexting' case officially in district court

A former Eunice High teacher arrested in an alleged “sexting” incident involving a student has been formally charged in state district court.

Tri-Parish High School Rodeo saddles up Saturday

Saturday saddles up the “greatest show on dirt”, the annual high school rodeo competition.

But in the arena of rodeo, locking horns with a competitor is always a bout of man versus animal.

St. Landry arrests

Oct. 11

George Laws, age 55, 651 Baget St., Opelousas, LA, public intimidation, interfering with a law enforcement investigation, arrested by Opelousas City Marshall.

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The Eunice High Bobcats got the good bounce, but couldn’t get the call in their Homecoming contest.

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EHS Homecoming Tea

The traditional tea for Eunice High Homecoming Court maids was held at the home of Troy and Vanessa Cormier Thursday afternoon. Seated in front from left are Olivia Aguillard, Lynzi Trosclair, Hali Jack, Kathryn Arnaud and Heidi Pitre.

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