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NCAA Baseball Tournament 2015 scores: Florida State, Oklahoma State among walkoff winners

Saturday, 30 May 2015 17:10 Written by
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Construction stalled on Broussard Charter Academy while officials wait for state clearance after new regulations
Saturday, 30 May 2015 16:56 Written by
Construction has stalled for a new charter school in the Broussard area while the school’s management company awaits an update on when plans for the charter’s opening can move forward. National Heritage Academies started construction of Broussard Charter Academy late last year within a new business-residential development off La. 89 near Ambassador Caffery Parkway. The school was planned for an August opening. However, in March, BESE approved new regulations on preopening procedures for
Cajuns rally for 5 runs in the 9th inning, stun Rice 7-6 in Houston regional opener
Saturday, 30 May 2015 16:05 Written by
HOUSTON — The Louisiana-Lafayette baseball team scored five runs in the top of the ninth inning Friday to erase a four-run deficit and shock Rice 7-6 while also evading the losers’ bracket at the NCAA tournament’s Houston regional. “They lost track of the strike zone a little bit, and we were able to get a hit here and a hit here,” Cajuns coach Tony Robichaux said. “They didn’t quit, and we grinded our
5 things about hurricanes you may not know
Saturday, 30 May 2015 16:01 Written by
(Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Hurricane season starts June 1, and although forecasters with the National Weather Service are calling for a relatively docile season, they warned people not to take that lightly. In 1992, Hurricane Andrew ravaged Florida and Louisiana in a season experts at the time predicted to be fairly quiet. “You have to prepare for each and every hurricane season as if that
Mother Questions Why Police Were Not Indicted In Son's Death
Saturday, 30 May 2015 15:00 Written by
Coming off what shrimpers are calling a sparse season last year, the shrimp have been plentiful since the season started May 18. Now the only problem is all of the rain. Cheryl Granger of Granger Seafood in Maurice said she is worried about her husband, who operates a shrimping boat for their business. He was up all night Monday making sure their 55-foot boat did not sink during the storm.
Join in On Henri Bendel's Birthday Bash Celebrations!
Saturday, 30 May 2015 12:34 Written by
It’s time to party, and there’s no better party than a shopping party! Join in on the Henri Bendel Birthday Bash celebrations both online and in stores nationwide, from Saturday, May 30 through Saturday, June 6. All week long, the brand will be celebrating with special savings, party favors, and free gifts. On Thursday, June 4 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., Henri Bendel will hold a VIP party open to the public, at
NCAA Baseball Tournament 2015 scores and bracket: Dallas Baptist goes down, Louisiana-Lafayette storms back
Saturday, 30 May 2015 06:00 Written by
This isn't how Dallas Baptist's first ever NCAA regional host was supposed to start. Sure, there was plenty of skepticism about whether they could get past tournament regulars Oregon State and Texas, but surely they'd at least handle four-seeded VCU. Not so fast. After a disappointing 7-2 loss on the tournament's opening day, the Patriots find themselves in the losers bracket. VCU -- one of just two No. 4s to upset a host team on…
Cajuns' rally stuns Rice
Friday, 29 May 2015 22:24 Written by
The Cajuns (40-21 overall) trailed 6-2 going after a two-run double from Rice's Ryan Chandler in the eighth. Louisiana-Lafayette plated four runs before recording an out in the ninth before a sacrifice fly from Blake Trahan for the first and final lead of the day. "They got a couple of early ones on us, but we stayed away from the three-run inning, which is something we want to do as a pitching staff," Louisiana-Lafayette coach…
No Fixing Tickets, Says District Attorney Keith Stutes
Friday, 29 May 2015 18:45 Written by
Coming off what shrimpers are calling a sparse season last year, the shrimp have been plentiful since the season started May 18. Now the only problem is all of the rain. Cheryl Granger of Granger Seafood in Maurice said she is worried about her husband, who operates a shrimping boat for their business. He was up all night Monday making sure their 55-foot boat did not sink during the storm.
Louisiana-Lafayette has 5-run 9th, rallies to beat Rice 7-6 in NCAA regional opener
Friday, 29 May 2015 18:41 Written by
HOUSTON — Blake Trahan hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly to cap a five-run ninth inning in Louisiana-Lafayette's 7-6 victory over Rice on Friday in their NCAA regional opener. On Saturday, Lafayette (40-21) will face the Houston-Houston Baptist winner. Rice (35-21) will play the loser. Trailing 6-2 entering the ninth, Lafayette loaded the bases on three walks and cut it to 6-5 on Evan Powell's RBI single and Greg Davis' two-run single. After Nick Thurman reached…
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