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Wed
22
Sep

The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss

The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss
The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss
The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss
The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss
The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss
The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss
The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss
The Battle of I-49 Ends with Wolverine Loss

The Mansfield High School Wolverines fought to the finish in their home game Friday night, September 17, but could not pull out the win against the Red River Bulldogs in a game the announcer referred to as “The Battle of I-49.” The final score was Red River 54, Mansfield 44.

Wed
22
Sep

Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle

Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle
Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle
Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle
Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle
Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle
Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle
Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle
Wolverines Fall to Raiders in Tough Friday Night Battle

The MHS Wolverine Football team was not successful in their bid to defeat the Huntington Raiders on Friday, September 10, at Washington-Taylor-Rogers Stadium at MHS. The Wolverines were never able to overcome an early lead established by the Raiders, and the final score was HHS 40, MHS 20.

First quarter action was back-and-forth between the two teams as the Raiders were able to get 2 touchdowns on the Wolverines. The Wolverine QB DaKeldrick Thomas was able to complete a 50+ yard pass to WR #4 D’Quinton Robinson. This pass set up the touchdown pass from Thomas to Robinson, and a quarterback keeper garnered 2 extra points. The first quarter ended with hopes for an evenly matched ballgame, as the score was HHS 14, MHS 8.

The strength of the 4A Huntington Raiders became evident during the second quarter as the Raiders were able to score two touchdowns on the Wolverines. The first half ended with a score of HHS 28, MHS 8.

Wed
15
Sep

Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators

Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators
Missed Opportunities Cost Griffins Against Gators

Football season is back and the Griffins we’re excited for a huge game week one with the Captain Shreve Gators. The Griffins were excited and ready to face off. With a team lead by several seniors on both sides of the ball, they hoped to carry over the momentum they gained towards the end of last season. It was finally time for the Griffins to show off their hard work.

Wed
15
Sep

MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener

MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener
MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener
MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener
MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener
MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener
MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener
MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener
MHS Wolverines Defeat Evangel Eagles 28-23 in Season Opener

The MHS Wolverines started their season opener looking at little rusty for the first half, but came back with a vengeance to overcome a halftime deficit to secure a win over the Evangel Christian Academy Eagles on Friday, September 3, on the ECA field in Shreveport.

The MHS Wolverines started off with the ball in the Friday night game, and things started out looking promising with a pass from QB Dakeldrick Thomas to WR DQuinton Robinson. However, at the end of Q1, neither MHS or ECA were able to put any points on the scoreboard at Duron Field.

Wed
01
Sep

North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel

North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel
North DeSoto Griffins Take the Field for Jamboree versus Evangel

Griffin football is back in Stonewall! After putting in a lot off season work, the Griffins finally got to take the field for some live action. Evangel came to Griffin stadium for the jamboree, which was a good sneak peek for a match up later in the season.

North DeSoto received the ball. Corbyn Cross had a great return which gave the Griffins great field position to start. The offense started a little slow, they were able to get in the red zone, but the drive ended in an interception at the goal line. The defense came out strong, getting pressure on the quarterback and forced a three and out. This forced Evangel to have to punt from the endzone. The Griffins brought pressure and Lincoln Hooper was able to bring the punter down in the endzone for a safety. The Griffins took the lead 2-0. Corbyn Cross had another good return. The offense was still trying to find their rhythm, but that drive ended in an interception as well. The end of the first quarter the score was 2-0.

Thu
26
Aug

DOTD to Replace Pavement Markings on I-49 through DeSoto Parish

DOTD to Replace Pavement Markings on I-49 through DeSoto Parish

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development advises motorists that beginning on Monday, August 23, 2021, there will be intermittent lane closures on I-49 northbound and southbound through DeSoto Parish.

These lane closures are associated with a $600,000 project to replace the pavement markings on a 36 mile stretch of I-49 from the DeSoto Parish line (approximately one mile south of the Southern Loop interchange) to the Natchitoches Parish line.

This project includes the replacement of all the reflectorized pavement markings, pavement striping where appropriate, and other related work.

Thu
26
Aug

Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage

Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage
Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage
Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage
Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage
Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage
Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage
Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage
Wolverines Hosted Cowboys in a Thursday Evening Scrimmage

Mansfield High School Football fans were treated to an evening of Wolverine football on Thursday, August 19, as the Southwood High School Cowboys came to Washington-Taylor-Rogers Stadium to play.

The 3A Wolverines provided the Wolverine faithful with a powerful showing of defensive skills as the 5A Cowboys were not able to score on the squad. The Wolverine offensive prowess was present, but limited, as several first-string players were not able to play Thursday evening.

Mansfield High School will be hosting the DeSoto Parish Football Jamboree Friday, August 27. (submitted)

Wed
11
Aug

North DeSoto Wrestling Hosts Inaugural Fundraiser Golf Tournament

North DeSoto Wrestling Hosts Inaugural Fundraiser Golf Tournament

The public is cordially invited to the Inaugural North DeSoto Wrestling Golf Tournament Fundraiser. The Four Man Scramble is set for Saturday, September 4 at Huntington Park, located at 8300 Pines Road in Shreveport.

Warm up and lunch will be from 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Shotgun start is set for 1:00 p.m. The fee to enter is either $500 per team of 4 or $125 per player. First, Second and Third Place prizes will be awarded in addition to the Longest Drive, Closest to Hole, and other events.

 

 

 

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Wed
04
Aug

Mansfield Wolverine Games to Livestream through Pixellott

Mansfield Wolverine Games to Livestream through Pixellott

Mansfield High School has just partnered with the NFHS Network, bringing new broadcast technology to livestream school events and extracurricular programs. Broadcast through a Pixellot automated production solution, Mansfield games and events will now be streamed live for those who cannot attend in-person events or those who want a bird’s-eye view of the action.

The NFHS Network provides schools the technology needed to produce and broadcast school athletic events free of charge. NFHS has streamed over 300,000 games this year and has given back over $25 million to schools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
28
Jul

DeSoto Athletics 5 & 6 Little League Boys Finish District Tourney in 2nd; Qualify to Move up to State

DeSoto Athletics 5 & 6 Little League Boys Finish District Tourney in 2nd; Qualify to Move up to State

Desoto Athletics Little League 5/6 Boys Tee Ball All-Stars competed in the District 5 All-Star tournament on June 18-19 in Bastrop, LA. The team consisted of 12 kids that were chosen from 60 players in the 5/6 year old boys tee ball division of Desoto Athletics Little League. The all-star team is coached by Justin Files, Casey Files, Dillon Paddie, and P-Nut Daniels. The roster of players : Nolan Files, Cohen Paddie, Eli Daniels, Benson Ingram, Charlie Richardson, Jude Procell, Ryder McFadden, Sirterrance Dotson, Roman Thomas, Ty’Merian Davenport, Gentry Osbon, and Braylan Allen.

 

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