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Police Report

The Rayville Police Department made the following arrests for the week of July 30-Aug. 5.

• Atiyana Wallace, 24; 1650 Milan St., Shreveport; simple criminal trespassing.

• Larilyn Bell, 24; 215 South St., Mangham; displaying of a firearm.

• Lamont Lawrence, 45; 424 Dacron St., Rayville; damage to property greater than $100 and criminal mischief.

• Marchella Mack, 25; 208 Dacron St., Rayville; simple possession.

Lady Raiders split games in full week of action

The Riverfield Academy Lady Raiders split six games during a full week of action.

The Lady Raiders started the week playing Glenbrook on July 31. Riverfield lost the game 12-11 in extra innings (10).

Gandy pitched well with Bennett in relief. Allen, Barker, Payne and Gibson led the Lady Raider with multiple hits each.

The Lady Raiders bounced back on Aug. 2 with a convincing 8-0 shutout win over Cathedral of Natchez. Bennett pitched superbly with a nice defensive effort behind her. Parker, Sanders and Lewis led the hitting attach with multiple hits and an RBI each.

Lady Raiders open softball season with five wins in tourney games

The Riverfield Academy Lady Raider softball team opened its 2018 season this past Friday and Saturday in impressive fashion, taking five wins in six games.

Timely hitting and pitching proved to be the Raiders best weapon against the five teams they competed against.

Hosting the 10th annual Lady Raider softball tournament, Coach Kyle King seemed pleased with his team’s grit and focus.

“Our pitching was very good for opening day and our hitting got better as we become more confident,” he said. “Defensively, we were average, but that will be cleaned up.”

Police Report

The Rayville Police Department made the following arrests for the week of July 22-29.

• Donald Jones, 62; 4636 Hwy. 80, Rayville; domestic abuse battery and driving under suspension.

• Frederick Wheeler, 42; 1902 Louisa St., Rayville; disturbing the peace (general).

• Jessie Taylor, 49; 109 A Coenen Drive, Rayville; filing a false police report.

Disabled hunters, veterans qualify for lottery hunts

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is accepting deer lottery hunt applications for physically challenged hunters on Sabine and Floy McElroy Wildlife Management Areas and disabled veterans on Camp Beauregard WMA for the 2018-19 hunting season.

These special hunts are restricted to hunters selected through the lottery application process. These hunts offer the opportunity for selected hunters to experience an enjoyable, wildlife oriented outdoor experience on these WMAs.

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