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Louisiana Wildlife Management Areas remain open

BATON ROUGE - Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries reminds the public that Wildlife Management Areas, refuges and shooting ranges remain open.
Visitors, however, must practice social distancing measures and have no group larger than 10 people due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A valid state hunting, fishing or Wild Louisiana Stamp is required to use WMAs.
Fishing remains open on all LDWF properties and throughout the state.
All public restrooms at Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) facilities, however, are closed.

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LSWA ALL-STATE BASKETBALL CHARTS

CLASS 3A
BOYS
First team
Name School Ht Cl Avg
Nick Traylor Wossman 6-4 Sr. 20.2
Cody Deen Bossier 5-10 Sr. 15.3
Dante Bell Bossier 6-8 Sr. 17.7
Kyron Ratliff B.T. Washington 6-7 So. 18.6
Percy Daniels Madison Prep 6-8 So. 14.1
Second team
Name School Ht Cl Avg
Khi Schexnayder Patterson 6-0 Sr. 22.0
Jordan Boston S. B. Wright 6-1 Jr. 16.5

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2010 - Bengals win third baseball title

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third of a 12-story series celebrating LSUE’s baseball and softball national championships.
In 2010, the LSU Eunice Bengals won their third NJCAA Division II national championship after falling short of their goal the year before in Enid, Oklahoma.
In 2009, LSUE opened the world series with an 11-7 win over Monroe Community College and then battled to a 21-11 victory over Western Oklahoma.
In that game the two teams combined for a world series record 32 runs and 31 RBIs.

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LHSAA cancels spring sports season

BATON ROUGE – The door has officially closed on Louisiana high school athletes participating in sports for the rest of the school year.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association announced the cancellation of its remaining championship events and its spring sports seasons because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The LHSAA executive committee met on Wednesday and member schools were informed of the committee’s decision Thursday morning.

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