"
Newspaper Archive of
The Ponchatoula Times
Ponchatoula , Louisiana
Lyft
April 18, 2019     The Ponchatoula Times
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 18, 2019
 

Newspaper Archive of The Ponchatoula Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




THE TIMES, APRIL 18, 2019 PAGE 8 By JOHN DUCEK Times Columnist series with the Celtics. I still think Boston advanc- es though. Finally, the other series that I'll definitely be keeping an eye on is the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets have seemingly come out of the basement of the league over the past cou- ple of seasons. They were Finally, after hundreds upon hundreds of regu- a laughingstock forever, lar season NBA basketball games, the real season just started. Times Sports Columnist John Dudek is find some how, some way to win. Even though the Nuggets are a really good team this year, you will never catch me pick- ing against the Spurs. In my opinion, their coach, Greg Popovich, might just be the best NBA coach of all time. Over in the Eastern conference, the Indiana Pacers and the Boston Celtics might be the best matchup. The Celtics are coming off of another strong showing in the regular season, and look poised to make a deep run in the postseason. Star free agent acquisi- tion from a couple of years ago, Gordon Heyward, looks like he is finally healthy, after missing all of last year after break- ing his ankle. The addi- tion of Heyward might be enough to push them over the edge, and get them all the way to the conference finals. While the Pacers lack the star power that Boston has, they make up for it with teamwork. Indi- ana has a balanced roster, with enough playmakers to make it an interesting Surprisingly, just two games into it, and the Golden State Warriors have lost a game. They might have also lost their secret weapon this season. Golden State's mercurial, yet uber talented center, Demarcus "Boogie" Cous- ins looks like he may have suffered a season ending injury, again. You might recall that Cousins, a for- mer member of the New Orleans Pelicans, ended his season last year, in a very similar fashion. If Cousins injury is as seri- ous as feared, he could be looking at having to call it quits for his career. Mean- while, his current team, the Warriors, suddenly look beatable. After the in- jury, the Los Angeles Clip- pers just completed the biggest comeback in play- off history. At one point, Golden State was up by a whopping thirty one points. While the series is tied at one game a piece, the Clippers have now sto- len the home court advan- tage. This series resumes this Thursday night. Another series in the Western conference that I have my eyes on, is the San Antonio Spurs, and the Denver Nuggets. The Nuggets are actually the number two seed, and the . purs are the underdog. I lon't think that has ever Been the case in my life- time. The Nuggets are i erennial also-rans, while .the Spurs have been cham- pionship contenders for as long as I can remember. In the first game of this se- ries, San Antonio did what .they always do, and that The Ponchatoula Times Independence Times Published by The Ponchatoula Times L,LC. Established October 1, 1981 Print Edition Published Thursday of every week at 170 North Seventh Street Internet Edition posted Friday of every week www.ponchatoula.com/ptimes Post Office Box 743.-Ponchatoula, LA 70454-0743 SUBSCRIPTIONS $25 a Year In Tangipahoa Parish $30 a Year Outside Tangipahoa Parish ($5 Discount for Seniors) Gift subscriptions offered at same rates -- 24 Hour Telephone Line-- Subscriptions and News Tips 985/386-2877 INTERNET EDITION http://www.ponchatoula.com/ptimes/ E-MAIL editor@ponchatoula.com timesofindependence@gmail.com U.S. Pedodlcais Postal Permit No. 868730 Postmaster, address correspondence and changes of address orders to: P.O. Box 743, Ponchatoula, LA 70454--0743 Bryan T. McMahon -- Publisher .Bryan T. McMahon - Editor Joel Ray-- Sports Editor Deirdre McMahon Sanchez -- Houston Bureau Chief Bliss McMahon -- Chicago Bureau Chief Mark McMahon -- Detroit Bureau Chief Brendan McMahon -- New Odeans Bureau Chief Times Columnists and Photographers Oie Hardhide The Alligator, John Dudek, Uncle Sam, John Johnson, John Beadle Parker Layrisson (Law),Jim Perrin (History), Prof. Dr. Randolph Howes M.D. PhD (Health) Times On Wheels Columnists Bryan T. McMahon NEWS RELEASES & ADVERTISING e-mail (preferred) editor@ponchatoula.cem ads@penchatoula.com P.O. Box 743, Ponchatoula, LA 70454-0743 We accept VISNMastercard OFFICIAL JOURNAL City of Ponchatoula, Town of Independence, South Tangipahoa Port Commission, Ponchatoula Area Recreation District, MadisonvUie Wooden Boat Festival MEMBER Louisiana Press Association HONORS Louisiana Press Association Freedom of Information Award, 1st Place Investigative Reporting, 1st place Editorial Writing, G~bs Adams Award for Investigative Reporting, 1st Place Best Headline (Brooks O'Connor) Brown Pelican Award for Environmental Reporting OFFICE HOURS Please call for Appointment (985) 386-2877 but after adding enough talent, the Nets are appar- ently a real NBA playoff team. While their roster is littered with a mix of young guys, journeymen, and reclamation projects, they are fun to watch. They were actually in a close game with Philadel- phia the other night, be- fore the Sixers came out in the third quarter, and ty- ing an NBA playoff record for most points in a single stanza, dropping 51 points. That 145-123 boxscore let everyone know that these teams can both flat out score. There might not be a whole lot of defense, but the scoreboard operator will definitely be busy. Ul- timately, I definitely think that Philadelphia will win the series, and should be considered a real threat to make it all of the way to the finals. Lions a By JOEL RAY Times Sports Editor The Tulane Green Wave defeated the Southeastern Lions 15-14 in midweek baseball action then swept a three game weekend se- ries against the Universi- ty of South Florida (USF) Bulls. Tulane's record is 25- 11 overall and 7-2 in the American Athletic Confer- ence. SLU is 18-18 overall and 10-5 in the Southland Conference. Tulane and Southeast- ern played what ended up being a high scoring game, The Lions took an early 1-0 lead in the first in- ning. The Green Wave re- sponded by scoring seven runs in the second inning to take a 7-1 lead. In later innings Tulane extended its lead. Going into the bottom of the 9th inning Tulane had a six-run 15-9 lead over Southeastern. But the Lions came roar- ing back to score five runs in the bottom of the 9th to make the final score a close one-run victory for the Green Wave. The Lions and Green Wave will play again on Tuesday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m. in Turchin Stadium on the Tulane campus in New Orleans. The Green Wave de- feated the USF Bulls 9-2 on Friday, April 12 in game one of a three game American Athletic Confer- ence series. In game two of the series on Saturday the Green Wave defeated the Bulls 20-11 in a high scor- ing shootout. Sweeping a team by de- feating them three times in a row is not easy, but Tulane did just that by defeating USF 6-4 in the final game of the se,ries. The Green Wave s next game will be the first of another three game Amer- ican Athletic Conference series against the Univer- sity of Memphis Tigers in Memphis. Game one of that series starts today, April 18, at 6 p.m. and can be heard on WRBH radio 88.3 FM. Game two of the series against the Memphis Ti- gers is scheduled for 6 p.m. this Friday; April 19. The final game of the se- ries will start at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Times Sports Editor Joel Ray is a member o[ the Louisiana Sports Writ- ers Association. Ponchatoula: (985) 467-9525 www. Ponchatou I a Lawyer.com Baton Rouge" I Hammond* I New Orleans* P with Amber Narro Thursday and Friday at llam on 90.9fm Tangi Meat Market OpeolsttwoSaturday'softhe Hours: Monday - Wednesday: 9am - 4pm, Thursday & I~iday: 9am - 5pro 985.386.3104 ** I r *** *Cal you orderinaheadoftimeandwecanhaveit readyforyou. NoWaitingll Lotsofotheritemstochoose~orn. Stop by and ched us out All items below also sold Prices effective: 08/05/16 - Prices subject to change at anytime. Box #l SJO,0O ] Box #6 $81.00Taib'atin~' Seecial $40.00 [ ~ $25,00 Turkey Necks 5lbs Pork Chops 101bsLeg Quarters 2 Ribeyes 51bs Pig Feet ]51bs Jarnbayla Pork 51bs Hamburger Patties[4 Hamburger Patties 51bs NeckBone [101bs Smoked Sausage 2packs Hot Dogs (16) ]l/2Rack Medium BBQ Pork Ribs 51bs Pig Tails [51bs Pork Steaks or [31bs Smoked Sausage ~SmokedSausage 51bs Turkey Wings ] Boston Butt 51bs Country Style Ribs ~ ~ 12b.vVegetables51bsGroundMeat oodSeasoned[ $10.00 BBQ Special ] 14Chicken Legs 101bs Leg Quarters [ ~ ~ 51bs Smoked Sausage 51bs Pork Chops 13 Pork Chops " 101bs Smoked Sausage ] 151--'~'- Shrimp - deheaded 51bs Country Style Ribs I l link of fresh Grean onion Sausage 101bs Hamburger Patties [ [51bs Fish 101bsLeg Quarters L~ 101bs Country Style Ribs [ 11 bag Corn on the Cob 51bs Gravy Steaks 2 pks Hot Dogs (16) I I1 m~ French Fries 5lbs Pork Steaks Tan~i Sausage Special $91.0~ 51bs Boneless Stew Meat 51bs Tangi Smoked Sausage .x#3 I $19.991 51bsBeef Roast 5lbs Tungi Green Onion Smoked Sausage 51bs Gravy S~ I ]l.51bs~,~, Ground MeatI 2 bags,Vegetables 51bs Tung! Fresh Green Onion Sausage 5lbs Round St~ I I coun Style Ribs plbsTungi Fresh Cajun Sausage 51bs GroundBeef I 113'ba '' PorkChogs 5lbs Boneless Stew Meat ] ll.51ba,~,~,)SmokedSausage ~2 l'-'-"]~--~lbs ~ 5lbsTungiVreshXtaYlan 51bs Legs [ 11311*~, Le~Quurters 10lbsGroundMeat 10lbsSmoked Sausage Chicken Nugget Box Special $20.00 2 bags VegetablesIBox #9$78.00 101bsPork Chops ]5lbs of Chicken Nuggets Box #4 " $50.00 51b Gravy Steaks 101bsCountry Style Ribs51bs French Fries 51bs Ground Becf]51b Round Steaks 101bsLeg Quarters 51bs Pork Chops ]51b Ground Meat 5lbs Gravy Steak Breakfast Box Special $29 51bs Legs I151b Beef Roast 51bs Pork Steaks 12 count - Hashbrown 51bs Smoked Sausage I ]51bsBreakfast Patties 121b Smoked Bacon i5 bsS r oin 51b Box Breakfast Patties BOx #5 $135.00 J ~ $38.00151bsJambalaya Pork 5~S T-Bonus [ 5lbs Turkey Necks '51bsBeef Roast New 2nd location coming soon: 51bs Sirloins I 51bs Neakbones 51bs Pork Roast 910 SW Railroad Avenue 51bs Roast I 51bs Pigs Feet 51bs Cube Steak Hammond, LA 51bs Round SteakI3lbs Smoked Sausage 51bs Chuck Steak 51bs Ground Beef[12 Pieces of Corn 51bs Round Steak Cheek us out on FB for our weekly speeiMs. [] [] [] Times Internet Edition -- www.ponchatoula.comlptimes E-Maih editor@ponchatoula.com or timesofindependence@gmail.com