Stabbing of Hempstead woman, 88, leads to arrest
An 88-year-old woman was rushed to the hospital last night after she was stabbed with a kitchen knife multiple times at her home on Garfield Place in Hempstead. The elderly woman, who was not identified, was critically injured but is listed in stable condition. A neighbor said he believes she is a close relative of the male suspect, but this could not be immediately confirmed.
Champions Everywhere In Big Tournaments
Last week's tournaments ruled the schedule. Minden hosted the annual Holiday Classic Tournament. Teams such as Minden, Lakeside, Green Oaks, Gibsland-Coleman, Ringgold, Homer, Haughton, North Caddo, Loyola, and Calvary.
District 1-A Releases All-District
District 1-A has a lot to brag about this season. Four of the seven teams in the district made it to their respective quarterfinals. Arcadia and Glenbrook reached the quarterfinals. Haynesville made it to the semifinals. Homer made a second consecutive trip to a state championship.
Class A and 2A Start…Tournaments A Plenty
Class A and 2A decided to join the party last week. Many teams have a good number of their players still on the gridiron. Class B and C have alright played a good amount of games. Ringgold boys ran the gauntlet of the Lakeside tournament. Doyline’s Jamaria Clark put 50 on 5A Byrd Yellow Jackets on Monday. All the action has just started. Coaches get your scorebooks in so we can get these shining stars seen.
UTRNWLA Football Report - Week 9 Recap
The Glenbrook Apaches claimed the District 1-A district title with a win over defending Class A state champ Homer Pelicans on Thursday night. Glenbrook changed course and scored on the ground attack. Maddox Mandino had 5 carries for 60 yards and two touchdowns. Ty Feaster took the quarterback keeper into the end zone. The defense was a key factor for the Apaches. Landry Powell had 16 tackles and 3 sacks. Rhett Johnson piled on 15 tackles. a sack, and a forced fumble. Maddox Mandino and Garrett Brown each had 10 tackles. Tre Kent snatched an interception along with 8 tackles. Toby Haulmark took 5 tackles. Cason Clemmons also had an interception.
UTRNWLA Football Report - Week 7 Recap / Week 8 Preview
The Mansfield Wolverines got the first win of the season over Jonesboro-Hodge. Terrence Pegus had 18 carries for 106 yards. Delkedric Thomas scored three touchdowns. The Tigers got scores from two different quarterback-receiver combinations.
Cross Country Trails - Benton Tiger Tracks 2022
Last weekend 15 schools around North Louisiana schools congregated in Benton to compete in the Benton High Tiger Tracks 2022 race. The boys had 92 runners and the girls had 87.
Under The Radar NWLA - Week 5 Football Report
The Titans (4-1) knocked off the No. 1 Division I Non-Select team in the State with a 28-27 road win. North Caddo had to come back in the fourth quarter to pull off the big win on Friday night in Calhoun. KJ Black had 213 yards total offense for the Titans' win. Black ran on 20 carries for 165 yards and a touchdown along with a receiving touchdown. Omarion Miller also scored two touchdowns. Aiden Brock threw 15 for 23 and 190 yards including two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Week 4 Under The Radar NWLA Football Report
The Many Tigers (4-0) grabbed a victory over one of the most anticipated matchups of the regular season. The Tigers burned the field with 484 yards rushing against the Green Wave (3-1). Jeremiah Jones had 21 carries for 205 yards and two touchdowns. Trent Williams carried 7 for 122 yards and a touchdown. Tackett Curtis had 3 carries for 73 yards and a touchdown.
Week 3 Under The Radar NWLA Football Report
The Cavaliers dropped to 1-2 for the season facing their second consecutive 5A opponents. But for the second straight week, the Cavaliers showed they could be competitive with the outnumbering squad. Byrd struck first in the second quarter when Jackson Dufrene caught a 41-yard touchdown from Lake Lambert. The Yellow Jackets had a 7-0 halftime lead. Calvary caught up in the third quarter when Bryce Carpenter took the option on a 3-yard run to tie the game at 7-7. With a little under nine minutes remaining Dixon Poirer scored on a 1-yard run to give Byrd the 14-7 win.