By Paige Nash
The Arcadia Lady Hornets are going to the LHSAA’s Marsh Madness semi-finals after winning their game against the Homer Pelicans last night, 56-42. The semi-finals will kick off on February 27 at the University Center in Hammond, La. The Lady Hornets will be going head to head with the Oakdale Mustangs who won their quarterfinal game yesterday evening against White Castle, 54-31.
Also, advancing to the Division IV (Non-select) semi-finals are the Oak Grove Tigers who beat LaSalle in their quarterfinal game, 35-26. They will be playing the winner of the East Beauregard vs. Lakeview game.
It was a fight to the finish battling for the Division V (Non-select) title, the Gibsland-Coleman Lady Bulldogs fell short by one point of advancing to the semi-finals. They lost their game last night against Florien, 53-52.
All five Bienville Parish boys’ teams will be playing their bi-district match ups tonight.
Saline will be playing their bi-district match for the LHSAA Boy’s Basketball Play-off Division V (Non-Select) against Quitman High School. The game will begin at 6 p.m. at Jonesboro-Hodge High School.
Also playing for the Division V title, the Castor Tigers will be going up against Hornbeck High School at Hornbeck at 6:30 p.m.
The Gibsland-Coleman Bulldogs earned a bye week and will be playing the winner of Holden vs. Bell City at Regionals to be held on February 28th.
Competing for the Division IV (Non-select) title, the Arcadia Hornets will play Kentwood High School at Home tonight at 6:30 p.m.
The Ringgold Redskins will be taking on the Block Bears at Home at 6 p.m. Faculty and staff are asking for students to show support for their fellow classmates by paying $1 to wear red and camouflage the day of the game.
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