Sports

Wed
20
Sep

Tigers fall to North DeSoto

By Daniel Jones 

The Many Tigers were dealt a heartbreaking loss against the North DeSoto Griffins on September 15 as they traveled for their first of four away games in a row. An almost unheard of four fumbles and North DeSoto’s two scores in the third quarter were easily the deciding factors in the game. Things started commonly for the Tigers, as UCLA-committed running back AJ Carter went 67 yards on the second down of the game to put the Tigers up 6-0. A two-point conversion was denied. The Griffins were forced into a punt on their first possession.

 

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Wed
13
Sep

Tigers dominate early season, move to 2-0

By Daniel Jones, editor

To say the Many Tigers aren’t hungry this year does a huge disservice to the team. Out of the gate they are dominating the competition as they pursue a second state championship.The team opened their season on September 1 against Peabody, and soundly defeated the team 40-0. The next week, it was Marksville’s turn, as the Many Tigers trounced them 50-12.

 

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Wed
30
Aug

“Unfinished business” describes Tigers in 2017

“Unfinished business” has been the motto of the Many Tigers for several years now. After a bitter defeat in the playoffs last year to eventual champions, Sterling, the team is looking for another trip to the Super Dome in New Orleans.

 

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Wed
30
Aug

Football: America’s Favorite Sport

Earlier this year, a Harris Poll announced that football retains its long-time status as America’s favorite sport.

In 1985, professional baseball was only marginally behind football, as 23 percent of sports fans named it as their favorite sport, to college football’s 24 percent. Now, football holds an 18-percentage point lead, with 33 percent choosing pro football as their favorite sport and 15 percent selecting baseball.

Wed
23
Aug

Louisiana Ponytails take World Series

Sabine Parish is a hotbed of sports. Whether it’s basketball, baseball, softball, or football, the local teams always go far. However, this year has been something special, as two local softball teams went all the way to the Dixie Youth World Series…and took it all.The 2017 Ponytails team competed at the World Series in South Carolina and its roster of 11 and 12 year old girls consists of Sara Kate Booker, Jada Carhee, Gracie Rutherford, Brooke Jenkins, Camryn Ford, Tia Holmes, Kamryn Leone, Kaley Koss, Tessa Meshell, Georgia French, Kirsten Martinez, and Sarah McDaniel. The team was coached by the trio of Jer-emy Koss, Josh Jenkins, and Norman Booker III.

 

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Wed
09
Aug

Sabine home to dual World Series champs

Hard work pays off, and it has in droves for the Louisiana Belles and Ponytails and those associated with the teams. Last week, both teams played in the Dixie Youth World Series and came out on top bringing both trophies back to Sabine, further solidifying the small parish as a hotbed of sports.

 

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Wed
02
Aug

Belles, Ponytails remain in hunt

Both the Louisiana Belles and Ponytails remain in the hunt for their respective titles and are soundly defeating opponents left and right on the way there.

Word came through Sunday night that the Belles had defeated South Carolina 5-1, while the Ponytails routed Alabama 5-0. Earlier that day the Ponytails defeated Georgia 7-1 while the Belles defeated Alabama 10-2.

 

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Wed
26
Jul

Ponytails receive donation

The Louisiana Ponytails are going to the World Series, and Bank of Montgomery’s Debra Funderburk and Tiffany Miller gave a donation, snacks, and promotional items to the teams.

 

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Wed
19
Jul

Moore wins Many Bass Club’s July tournament

We all love Toledo Bend but there are times one wishes he would have just stayed in bed. Fishing the night portion of this month’s tournament, Gary Moore won first place in the Many Bass Club’s July tournament with a five fish stringer weighing 11.29 pounds. Moore caught his fish in the Housen area in water 14 to 22 feet deep using crank baits and jigs.

 

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Tue
04
Jul

Tigers wrap youth football camp

Coach Jess Curtis and staff wrapped up their first annual youth football camp on June 29. The camp, open to third through eighth graders taught fundamentals while allowing the coaches a look at future Tigers. Pictured with Curtis are Officensive Coordinator Tommy Hall, Linebacker and Wide Receiver Coach Jim Davis, Special Teams Coach Jeremy Ryan, Running Back and Quarterback Coach Luke Hall, Lineman Coach Tyler Hassell, Defensive Back/Strength and Conditioning Coach Jesse Curtis, and Defensive Back, Wide Receiver Coach Pete Townson, and the many students who took place in the three-day camp.

 

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