Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

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Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Junior Chase Johnston is shown taking the field at the Super Dome. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

The Many Tigers pose for a team pic before the final against the Ferriday Trojans in the Mercedes Benz Super Dome. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Terrence Williams breaks tackles to get a few extra yards on a carry. He was responsible for both Many Tiger touchdowns during the final. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

No Tiger fan is as dedicated as John Curtis, at left. He is pictured alongside Dr. Keith Broussard, who has served as the Tigers’ physio for decades. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

The Many Tigers take to the field of the Super Dome for their last game of the season, which resulted in a heartbreaking 57-14 loss. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Trotter Lafollette had one field goal early in the game. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Justin Greer reaches for a tackle. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Shamarion Wiseman runs into some heavy opposition. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Keelan Williams and Drake Dye help a Trojan out of bounds. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Although opposing quarterback Kobe Dillon provided a formidable opponent, Jeremiah Hill wasn’t hearing any of it as he fights his way through the offensive line. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic) By Daniel Jones

Many Tigers fall in final against Ferriday

Isaac Davis is on the move. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Sadly, the Many Tigers’ amazing season came to an end at the Mercedes Benz Super Dome in New Orleans after being defeated by the Ferriday Trojans 57-14.

Although they didn’t win the state title that many hoped for, the Tigers went from an 0-3 start to the finals, which is a tremendous feat considering how numerous teams and outlets had them counted out from the start.

The Tigers took a 3-0 lead early in the first quarter before giving up 28 points to go into halftime down 28-3. However, the team didn’t quit and ended the game 57-17 after two touchdowns in the second half by Terrence Williams.

 

 

 

 

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