Sports

Wed
28
Sep

Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news

Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news

Tackett Curtis, at left, is pictured as he drags number one prospect Arch Manning to the ground during the Tigers’ astounding 25-17 win over Isidore Newman. (Photos courtesy Tina Mc-Cormic)

Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news
Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news

Sports media was abuzz over the weekend with stories of the Isidore Newman Greenies’ Arch Manning and first loss of the season at the hands of the Many Tigers, without as much emphasis put on the stellar effort put forth by Sabine’s football team throughout not only this game, but its entire first month of play. The final score was 25-17, but not without some late-game theatrics.

For those not in the know, Arch is a member of the Manning football dynasty, which began with beloved Louisiana native Archie Manning and extended to his three sons Cooper, Peyton, and Eli. Arch is the son of Cooper Manning and the number one ranked recruit in the nation. He has committed to playing at the Texas Longhorns following his high school career.

Wed
27
Jul

Many Bass Club holds July tournament

Many Bass Club holds July tournament

Lee Ballard came in first place with 17.47 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds July tournament

Mike Woods placed second with 13.73 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds July tournament

Veteran angler Glen Swihard came in third place with 11.79 pounds.

The Many Bass Club held their July Tournament of 2022 on the weekend of July 9. The weather was extremely hot with temperatures exceeding 100 degrees and a heat advisory was in effect during the day over the weekend with high bright skies and moderate winds. The water temperatures were in the upper 80’s. Typical summer fishing patterns were in effect with deep soft plastics catching most fish. Twelve anglers fished the tournament and six five-fish limits were caught in spite of the extreme heat.

Wed
29
Jun

City Bank donates to Many Lady Tigers softball

City Bank donates to

The Many Lady Tiger Softball team are back to back State Champions. City Bank was proud to make a donation to help with their championship rings. City Bank’s Tanya Peterson is shown with Lady Tigers, Jheria Brumfield, Reese Koss, Braley Revere, Kylie Laroux, JR Remedies, Katelyn Springer, Layken Foster and Carolina Knowles

Wed
22
Jun

Glen Swihart wins Many Bass Club’s June tournament

Glen Swihart wins Many Bass Club’s June tournament

First Place Glen Swihart with 11.37 pounds

Glen Swihart wins Many Bass Club’s June tournament

Second Place George Herr with 9.57 pounds

Glen Swihart wins Many Bass Club’s June tournament

Third Place Gary West with 9.18 pounds

The Many Bass Club held their June Tournament of 2022 on the weekend of June 11 and 12. Summer weather greeted the anglers with high temps in the upper 90’s and light and variable to breezy wind conditions. The water temperatures were in the mid to upper 80’s. The fish were scattered from shallow to deep, and they were caught on a variety of lures and techniques. The big fish were hard to come by. Thirteen anglers fished the tournament and only three five-fish limits were caught and only one double-digit stringer was weighed in.

Wed
11
May

Many Lady Tigers softball captures second straight championship

Many Lady Tigers softball captures second straight championship

The Many Lady Tigers softball team recently sealed a second consecutive chmpionship run. More information and pics will be included in next week’s edition of the INDEX. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Tia Holmes put up two shutout performances over the championship weekend to lift the Many Tigers softball team to their second consecutive 2A state championship.

Many started out the scoring after Kirsten Martinez hit an RBI double to the outfield wall to give a 1-0 lead against Port Barre in the second inning.

The third inning saw Cameron Ford launch the game’s only home run to give the Tigers a 3-0 advantage.

Wed
16
Mar

BOM continues sponsorship of Lady Indians softball

BOM continues sponsorship of Lady Indians softball

BOM is continuing our sponsorship of the Negreet Lady Indian softball program. Pictured left to right: Andrea Payne and BOM’s Kayla Sepulvado.

Wed
16
Mar

Many Bass Club holds March tournament

Many Bass Club holds March tournament

Michael Woods won first place with 15.44 pounds and Big Fish that weighed 5.56 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds March tournament

Bill Powell came in second place with 15.16 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds March tournament

Robert Lewis came in 3rd place with 14.7 pounds.

The Many Bass Club held their third Monthly Tournament of 2022 on the weekend of March 5 and 6. The weather was warm and prefrontal with gusty southeast winds and bright skies. The water temperatures were in the mid to upper 60’s in the back of coves and the main lake temps were in the upper fifties. The fish were in prespawn mode and most of the fish were caught shallow from one to 6 feet deep. Twenty-four anglers fished the tournament and eight of them caught five fish limits. There were seven double digit stringers weighed in.

Wed
09
Mar

Bom sponsors Florien High softball

Bom sponsors Florien High softball

BOM is continuing our sponsorship of the Florien High School Lady Cat Softball program. Pictured left to right: BOM’s Tiffany Miller, Gracie Rutherford, and BOM’s Linda Guay.

Many Elementary School is pleased to announce their Leaders of the Week.

Those named during the week of February 22- 25 follow:

Pre-K: Kyson Thomas, Stetson Alford, Jaelynn Garcie, Jarvis Blinks IV, and Evie Dillard.

Kindergarten: Adeline Zamora and Stella Windham.

First Grade: Ava Greyemberg and Tykaya Holden.

Second Grade: Jordan Jackson, Atlan tis Deldrage, Aujarion Brumfield, Jace Carhee, and Jasyia Green.

Third Grade: Paris Hickman, John Jenkins, Iyana Stills, and Rihanna Hansen.

Fourth Grade: Chloe Mains, Brayson McLain, and Amari Parson.

Students named during the week of February 14-17 are:

Pre-K: Drake Goodman, Winsley Sepulvado, Oakley Rousseau, Grayson Jones, and Jacob Green.

Kindergarten: Isabella Remedies, Demi Remedies, Isobel McCormic, and Kyrin Williams.

First Grade: Malachi Smith, Orlanda Garner, Braxton Sweet, and Allie Durrett.

Wed
16
Feb

Many Bass Club holds February 2022 tournament

Many Bass Club holds February 2022 tournament

Gary West, First Place 17.36 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds February 2022 tournament

Michael Woods, Second Place 17.25 pounds

Many Bass Club holds February 2022 tournament

Jimmy Campbell had the Big Fish which weighed 9.5 pounds.

The Many Bass Club held their February Tournament on the weekend of February 5 and 6. The weather was post frontal and followed a severe cold front that dropped the lake temperatures into the forties with morning air temperatures in the twenties. The weather made for a tough bite, but several anglers cracked the code and caught nice stringers. Seventeen members fished and five limits of five fish were weighed in by the anglers. The members had the option to fish either Saturday or Sunday and the top three stringers were weighed in on Sunday.

Gary West had the winning stringer which weighed 17.36 pounds. He caught his fish in the mid-lake area on finesse jigs fishing 20-foot ridges. Michael Woods finished second with five fish that weighed 17.25 lbs. Michael reported that he also caught his fish deep on jigs in the mid-lake area. Daylin Slaughter was the third-place angler with five fish that weighed 11.76 pounds.

Wed
22
Dec

Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite

Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite

Tackett Curtis, at right, hands off the ball to Jeremiah James during the Tigers championship game at the Mercedes Benz Super Dome in New Orleans. (Photos courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite
Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite
Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite
Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite
Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite
Many’s quest for back-to-back Class 2A title ends at the hands of Amite

Many’s hopes for a repeat in Class 2A took a big hit Friday.

Returning to the Class 2A championship game for the third straight year, the Tigers lost 17-6 to Amite in the Caesars Superdome.

The Tigers’ lone score came from senior running back London Williams, who finished with 101 rushing yards on 22 carries to earn the Most Outstanding Player award for runners-up.

“London set such a great example for those young running backs behind him,” Many coach Jess Curtis said. “Hopefully, we’ll be the ones to adjust and come back a little hungrier.”

On the Tigers’ first drive, they went 41 yards on 18 plays and burned over nine minutes off the clock, but missed a field goal as it was a sign of things to come.

It was a tough time for Many (13-2), as it trailed at halftime for the first time in two years thanks to a 34-yard field goal by Warrior senior Liam Adamson with 1:32 left in the second quarter.

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