Sports

Wed
28
Apr

Many Bass Club holds April tournament

Many Bass Club holds April tournament

Johnny Flowers won 1st place with 13.21 pounds.

The Many Bass Club’s 2021 April Tournament was held April 10 and 11, on Toledo Bend. The weather was much like last month’s tournament; post frontal conditions with high bright skies, cool nights and warming days. Most of the fish caught in the tournament were post spawners but several bedding fish were weighed in. The post frontal/post spawn conditions were challenging for the anglers but several of them were able to catch nice limits in spite of the conditions. The top three anglers all fished Sunday and the bite was definitely better for all of the anglers that chose to fish Sunday rather than Saturday.

 

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Wed
07
Apr

Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards

Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards

Ebarb High School’s historic season ended with the Ebarb Mighty Rebels as Class C State Runner-Up, a senior, Zach Parrie, selected as Class C Boys Player of the Year, and Coach Taylor Lee voted Class C Boys Coach of the Year by a panel from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.

Coach Lee and the Ebarb Mighty Rebels recently played in the Class C state championship game in Lake Charles. It was Lee’s first trip to LHSAA’s Marsh Madness with the EHS Rebels and the team’s first appearance in the title game since 1970, when they were led by EHS legends Greg Procell and Walter “Tootsie Roll” Meshell. In recognition of this historic playoff run, Lee was named the LSWA Class C Boys Coach of the Year. His second award in that category, after also leading the Ebarb Lady Rebels to their first state appearance in 2019.

Wed
10
Mar

Cooper Miller signs with NSU Demons Fishing Team

Cooper Miller signs with NSU Demons Fishing TeamLocal

Many High School senior Cooper Miller signed a commitment to join the NSU Fishing Team. From left are NSU President Dr. Chris Maggio, Miller, Director of Recruiting Van Erikson and Fishing Team Sponsor Juddy Hamous.

Many High School senior Cooper Miller signed a scholarship commitment to join the Northwestern State University Fishing Team Thursday and will attend the university this fall. He was joined by his mother Avery Garcie and stepfather Darrin Dyess for the signing, along with administrators, staff and students from MHS and representatives from Northwestern.

“We’ve got a lot of good students from Many High School, academically and athletically,” said NSU President Dr. Chris Maggio. “NSU’s bass fishing team has had national qualifiers. This is a growing team with scholarships available.”

“We’re glad to have Cooper be a part of our program,” said Juddy Hamous, NSU Fishing Team sponsor. “We’re building a program of national champions.”

 

 

 

 

 

Wed
10
Mar

Florien falls to Fairview in LHSA semifinals for second straight year

Florien falls to Fairview in LHSA semifinals for second straight yearFlorien’s

Florien’s Emalee Anthony drives down the lane against Fairview in the Class B semifinals Monday. (photo by LaMar Gafford)

The second quarter proved to be costly for Florien.

For the second straight season, the Lady Blackcats’ year ends in the Class B semifinals to Fairview as they lost, 61-45.

“It was a good game between two good teams,” Florien coach Dewain Strother said. “Their defense just wore us down and kept us out of our rhythm.”

The Lady Cats shot 3o percent from the floor and committed 23 turnovers but struggled in the second quarter by hitting 3 of 15 shots.

 

 

 

 

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Wed
06
Jan

Many Tigers win second state championship!

Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!
Many Tigers win second state championship!

Many’s Terrence Williams gets ready to stiff arm Austin Nolen of Kinder.

Zequarrius “Cadillac” Rhone of the Many Tigers dives for the end zone.

Graham Fawcett, Kinder Yellowjacket quarterback, had a rough night as the Many Tiger defense shined.

 

 

 

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Wed
30
Dec

BOM supports Many High Tiger football

BOM supports Many High Tiger football

Bank of Montgomery 3.792 is proud x 4 to continue our sponsorship of the Many High School Football Team. BOM’s logo is proudly displayed on their scoreboard. 

 

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Wed
30
Dec

Many Bass Club holds December tournament

Many Bass Club holds December tournament

Gary Moore finished in 1 st Place with 13.31 pounds.

The Many Bass Club closed out its 2020 Tournament Year on December 5 and 6 on Toledo Bend. The tournament was conducted under winter weather conditions with lows in the 30’s and high temperatures warming into the 50’s. The lake’s surface water temperature was in the mid 50’s and the anglers reported catching their fish from as deep as 28 feet and as shallow as 2 to 3 feet.

 

 

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Wed
18
Nov

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

The Mighty Many Tigers take the field for their showdown with the Loyola Flyers on November 13. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

Tackett Curtis makes himself known on the field, as he has all year. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

Coach Jess Curtis walks the sidelines before the game begins. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

Trotter Lafollette booms a rare Tiger punt down the field. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

Running back Terrence Williams makes his way toward the end zone for the first Tiger touchdown of the game (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

A Loyola Flyer player places his hands in the facemask of Many Tiger Cooper Miller. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

Terrence Williams hits paydirt again! (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many Tigers soundly defeat Loyola Flyers 61-27

Making ‘em miss is Zequarrius Rhone, Many’s extremely productive quarterback. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

The Many Tigers took to the road on Friday, November 13 and came away victorious, soundly defeating the Loyola College Prep Flyers in a non-conference game by a score of 61-27.

The Tigers began their march to victory halfway through the first quarter, when Terrence Williams hit paydirt with a 54-yard rushing touchdown to put the Tigers up by 7 after the point attempt.

In no time, Tackett Curtis intercepted a Flyers pass to set the Tigers up with a possession on their own 22-yard line. This time London Williams added points to the board and gave the Tigers a 13-0 lead.

Loyola scored a touchdown via an 18-yard pass with two minutes to go in the first quarter putting the score to 13-7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wed
07
Oct

Many Tigers open season with win over North DeSoto

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The Many Tigers were fired up and ready for their opening game of the season, defeating the North Desoto Griffins 28-21. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Many Tigers Tackett Curtis, Landon Hendon, and an unknown player block a North Desoto Griffin in preparation of Dominic Myers. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Terrence Williams gets a big gain despite the best efforts of a Griffin. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Junior Jack Deville takes the field. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Carson Comeaux makes his way down the field after a huge pass play. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Terrence Williams proves too much for the Griffin defense once again. (Photo courtesy Tina Mc Cormic)

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Back again this season is kick and punt extraordinaire Trotter Lafollette. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

After a long wait due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Many Tigers kicked off their season at home on October 2 with a resounding win over the North Desoto Griffins.

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Wed
06
May

Many QB “Cadillac” Rhone receiving college interest

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Zequarrius “Cadillac” Rhone is shown in action during the 2019 football season.

Many Tiger standout quarterback Zequarrius “Cadillac” Rhone has been receiving several offers to play for extremely notable universities such as the University of New Mexico Lobos, the Ivy League’s Dartmouth College, and the United States Navy.

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