Who do you think should manage Ferriday water?|
|Rhymes ready for first CWS|
Raph Rhymes is looking for "the best week" of his life. The LSU outfielder is in Omaha, where the Tigers are searching for their seventh national championship.
|Duncan does it again|
Kimberlyn Duncan became the first sprinter in NCAA history, male or female, to claim three NCAA Outdoor titles in the 200-meter dash in a career.
|Ferriday camp this weekend|
A who's who of football talent will be on hand to give instruction for the first Ferriday Youth Football Camp to be held at Ferriday High Saturday and Sunday.
|Dean enjoying new role|
Blake Dean has become very comfortable working on the other side of first base for a change.
|Athletes must watch what they say|
It's a wonder athletes say anything these days. Any time they step up to a microphone, they have to tiptoe on eggshells because our society has never been so sensitive.
|Bears get workouts from MMA trainer|
JONESVILLE - Chris Kimball wakes before the sun rises. It's 4:30 a.m. on a Wednesday in Jonesville, and he's walking through the doors at Pinnacle Training Center, where he instructs Mixed Martial Arts.
|Early questions to answer|
Let's face it. We all love talking about how we think our favorite football team will do the closer it gets to the first kickoff.
|Alphonse takes a road trip|
Catahoula Parish resident Alphonse Ellis was legendary in Concordia Parish for his ability to make it to LSU football, basketball and baseball games despite not having transportation or resources. And although Ellis is currently a resident of The Columns Community Care Center, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, he was still able to attend the LSU-Ole Miss baseball game on May 16 through The Columns' Dandelion Dreams program.
|Best LSU team ever?|
How bout them Tigahs? The LSU Tigers baseball team is on its way to Omaha. Well, not yet. Technically they still have to get past Oklahoma in the NCAA Super Regionals this weekend … Pipe down, I'm trying to make this suspenseful and dramatic. Anyways, back to the theatrical opening of grandeur. Cue the suspense. This LSU baseball team is one of the best LSU clubs of all time, and yes, that's saying something when you take a look back at the history of LSU. Five titles in the 90's. One in 2009. Add in 15 total College World Series appearances, 15 conference championships and 10 SEC tournament championships and the Tigers' rich history will impress anybody.
|Duncan seeking history|
Not that Kimberlyn Duncan needs any extra motivation, but the LSU senior sprinter will be looking to make history next week in Eugene, Or., hoping to become the first sprinter in NCAA history – male or female – to win three-straight NCAA Outdoor 200-meter titles.
|Vidalia hosting tourneys|
Vidalia will host several tournaments this summer, including the Southwestern Regional Senior League 14-16 Softball Tournament July 25-31.
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|Ferriday hosting Delhi|
Ferriday High will host Delhi High Thursday at 6 p.m. in a scrimmage that will end their spring training drills.
|Rhymes makes highlights|
Raph Rhymes did not envision flying through the air last Thursday night in the opener of his final regular season series. The LSU senior outfielder accomplished a feat which he has not achieved since he was nine or 10 years playing Little League—he hit an inside the park home run.
|Frank Morris Murder Series|