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THE POST-SIGNAL / Petry Photography
Crowley High’s Demarcus Dioron makes a leaping grab Thursday during the Gents 49-7 victory over Pine Prairie at Gardiner Memorial Stadium. Dioron finished with two catches for 59 yards.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Petry Photography
Crowley’s Devonta Joseph (10), Paul Dugar (2), Perry Myles (26) and Donald Francis (4) battle for an interception during the Gents’ 49-7 victory over Pine Prairie Thursday evening at Gardiner Memorial Stadium.

Gents blowout Panthers on Senior Night

It was Senior Night for Crowley High Thursday and the Gents’ upperclassmen made an impact early and often in their regular -season finale against Pine Prairie at Gardiner Memorial Stadium.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Christell Faul
Notre Dame’s Collin Kirsch slips past a defender last week during the Pio’s 48-7 victory over Welsh. The Pios close out the regular season tonight when they play host to Lake Arthur at 7 o’clock.

Pios close out regular season hosting Lake Arthur

With a near flawless performance last week against Welsh, Notre Dame has clinched at least a share of the District 6-2A title and appears to have locked up the top seed in the power rankings.

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The Crowley Ladies claimed a five-set victory over Rayne in the opening round of the Division III playoffs Tuesday evening. Members of the team include, first row from left, Hannah Cormier, Mallory LeBlanc, Marcy Miller, Morgan Guidry and Kennedi Stelly; second row, Jocelyn Marceaux, coach Allison Ledoux, Gabby Spaetgens, Sckylar Baronet and line judge Perry Myles Jr.; third row, line judge Brianna Larry, Jaysa Marceaux, Mallory Brown, Macy Brown, Tari’Yanna Broussard, Mazie Parker, Kaydra Hebert and Sophia Fontenot.

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Crowley’s Hannah Cormier (left) and Rayne’s Savanna LeCombe battle at the net Tuesday during the Ladies’ 4-3 bi-district playoff victory over the Lady Wolves.

CHS Ladies slip by Rayne in first round of volleyball playoffs

After a seven-year absence from postseason play, the Crowley Ladies made the most of their opening round Division III volleyball playoff game on Tuesday afternoon.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Jacob Dupuis
Crowley High’s Demarcus Dioron attempts to slip past a defender after a reception last week during the Gents’ 38-0 victory over Port Barre. Crowley will close out the regular season tonight with a 7 o’clock home contest against Pine Prairie.

Crowley hosts Pine Prairie in regular season finale

The Pine Prairie Panthers haven’t exactly been world beaters over the course of the 2017 prep football season.

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