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Thu
20
Jul

U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps Baton Rouge Division Depart Coast Guard Station Grand Isle

The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a federally chartered non-profit organization for young people, established by the civilian maritime military service support organization Navy League of the United States, in 1958 at the request of the Department of the Navy 'to create a favorable image of the Navy on the part of American youth.' The Sea Cadets conduct overnight weekend drills monthly and twice per year the Sea Cadets conduct a longer, advanced training:

On July 2, 2017, the Seaman Apprentices under their Petty Officers and Officers of the Baton Rouge Division checked in on board at Station Grand Isle. Over the following six nights and seven days, these Sea Cadets conducted training ranging from Swimming to Marlinspike Seamanship to Airsoft Firearms Qualification.

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Thu
20
Jul

Lady Pride B Ends Metro League Play With Wins

By Jim Henderson

The Lutcher High based Lady Pride B traveling 16-Under softball team ended River Parish Metro league play with a pair of wins over St. James and Assumption.

Against St. James, the Lady Pride B captured a 10-0 shutout over St. James Metro.

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Thu
20
Jul

Wildcats’ Preston Verbally Commits To Miss. State

By Jim Henderson

St. James defensive back Shawn Preston, Jr. enters his senior year and has emerged as one of the state's rising football recruits with 21 offers with growing interest from major football conferences such as the SEC and the Big 12.

Preston choose the SEC after announcing his verbal commitment to Miss. St. recently.

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Thu
13
Jul

Lady Pride A Ends Metro League Play With Win

By Jim Henderson

The Lutcher High-based Lady Pride A 18-Under traveling Softball team ended River Parish Metro league play last week defeating St. James and losing to Assumption.

Against St. James, the Lady Pride A came away with a 8-5 victory.

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Thu
13
Jul

Paulina Packers Football Is Back!

Fall 2017 Youth Football Registration will be held for boys ages 5 - 12 (age on July 31st). July 24th, 25th and 26th from 5 - 8 p.m.

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Thu
06
Jul

Lady Pride Splits Doubleheader With Assumption In Metro League Play

By Jim Henders

The Lutcher High based-Lady Pride traveling 16 & 18-under softball teams continued play last week in the River Parish Metro League. The Lady Pride teams split a double- header against Assumption.

In the first game, the Lady Pride A suffered a 5- 3 defeat.

The Lady Mustangs Metro jumped out to a 2-0 first inning lead on a RBI ground-out and a RBI single.

The Lady Pride A cut into the deficit with a run in the second when Kristen Poche walked with two outs. Evyn Vicknair followed with a base hit to right field and a throwing error would eventually plate Poche to make it 2-1.

 

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Thu
06
Jul

St. James 4-H Youth Excel At 4-H University

Submitted by S.J. 4-H

On July 20-23, 2016, twenty three 4-H teens from St. James Parish joined nearly two thousand other youth from Louisiana to compete in statewide competitions and attend Clover College at 4-H University at LSU. This year, 4-H University, celebrated with the theme, “4-H University is Out of this World.” Teens who attended stayed in the LSU dorms and were given the opportunity to experience “college life” on the beautiful and diverse Baton Rouge campus, while taking part in the many programs and activities offered by the LSU AgCenter.

 

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Thu
29
Jun

Supreme Chevy Splits With Otto Candies

By Jim Henderson

The Lutcher High school-based Supreme Chevy American Legion baseball entry captured a doubleheader over Otto Candies last week.

In the first game, Supreme Chevy came away with a 6-3 victory.

Otto Candies jumped out to a 1-0 second inning lead on a RBI single. Supreme Chevy tied it in the third when Ivan Clark reached on a base hit to right field with two outs. Kylin Vicknair reached on a fielding error. Clark eventually scored on a throwing error.

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Thu
29
Jun

Lady Pride A Finish 4-0-1 In Tourney Play

By Jim Henderson

The Lutcher High based-Lady Pride A 18- under traveling softball team completed tournament play winning four games and tying one.

The Lady Pride A defeated the Magic three times and the Avengers once and tied the Chancers.

In the first game against the Magic, the Lady Pride A captured a 6-4 victory.

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Thu
29
Jun

Tigers Fall In CWS Championship Series

Jared Poché becomes All-Time winningest LSU pitcher with victory over Florida State enroute to Championship Series.

By Jim Henderson

Omaha, Nebraska - The LSU Tiger baseball team reached the championship series of the NCAA College World Series (CWS) in Omaha, Nebraska, and the Tigers (52-20) faced SEC nemesis Florida (52-19) in an All-SEC final where the Gators won two games of the best-of three series.

On Monday, LSU dropped the series opener by a narrow 4-3 score, and the Tigers then fell again on Tuesday by a score of 6-1.

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