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Blue Jays fall to Hackberry

The offensive struggles continued for St. Edmund as the Blue Jays dropped their sixth game in a row.
Hackberry jumped out to a 12-6 first quarter advantage and the Mustangs rolled to a 61-21 win Tuesday night at the Blue Jay gym.
The Mustangs (7-9) pushed out to a 5-0 lead before the Jays responded with a trey by Carter Andrus and a drive in the lane from Stephan Thibodeaux.
Blue Jay Alex Dupre later hit a free throw to close the gap to 10-6 but a last-second shot off the glass gave Hackberry a 12-6 advantage.

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Cajuns fall in New Orleans Bowl

NEW ORLEANS - Southern Miss running back Ito Smith scored three touchdowns and wide receiver Allenzee Staggers set a pair of single-game receiving records as the Golden Eagles defeated Louisiana 28-21 in the 16th Annual R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Saturday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

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Lady Cats down Beau Chene, Bobcats fall to Northwest

PORT BARRE – The Eunice High Lady Bobcats opened play in the St. Landry Parish Basketball Tournament Thursday night and came away with a 57-43 victory over the Beau Chene Lady Gators.
The Lady Cats took a 12-9 lead after one quarter, with Shania Toussaint and Stacie White scoring four points apiece to lead the scoring.
Eunice High would extend its lead early in the second quarter.
White would drive for a basket at the start of the quarter, then steal a pass and go to the free-throw line when she was fouled driving to the basket.

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Notre Dame sweeps Jays

It wasn’t the way St. Edmund wanted its first home games to go as Notre Dame rolled to a sweep Tuesday night at the Blue Jays gym.
Notre Dame jumped out to a 16-4 first quarter advamtage as the Lady Pioneers grabbed a 42-33 win over the Lady Jays.
Camille Leger scored three points for SEH in the quarter, while Maggie Larriviere added a free throw.
Abbey Higginbotham and Leeann Gray both scored five points for the Lady Pios.
Trailing by 12 points heading into the second quarter, St. Edmund rallied for an 11-8 run to close the gap to 24-15 at intermission.

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Granger named Lady Jay softball coach

With just a month before their first softball practice, Megan Granger has been named the newest St. Edmund Lady Jay head softball coach.
But she has been thrown into the fire before, being named interim head coach at Louisiana-Lafayette after the sudden resignation of head coach Michael Lotief the day before the 2013 softball season began.
“I don’t crumble under pressure,” she said. “If anything out of the ordinary happens I think I am ready for it as I have proved that in the past.”


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