Sports

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.

Wed
08
Dec

Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs

Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs
Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs
Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs
Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs
Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs

Dr. Keith Broussard has provided his medical expertise on the sidelines of Many Tiger games for over 20 years now. He never fails to assist an injured or winded player, no matter how big or small the task.

Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs
Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs
Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs
Many Tigers head to state championship after dominating run through playoffs

The Many Tigers faced the determined Avoyelles Mustangs on Friday, December 3 and experienced the greatest threat to the repetition of last year’s state championship season. By the end of the game, the Tigers outlasted the Mustangs 40-38 to make it to their second championship game in as many years.

As usual, the strong running game of the Tigers proved nearly unstoppable, with senior London Williams putting 12 carries for 205 yards and five touchdowns on his already impressive season stats. Right behind him was sophomore Jeremiah James with 13 carries for 127 total yards.

Quarterback Tackett Curtis had one completion on three pass attempts for 21 yards and a touchdown. Senior Jack Deville caught the one completion for the touchdown.

On defense, Curtis had 13 solo tackles and five assists. Also of note was Swazy Carheel’s 13 total tackles, Keaton Montgomery’s 15 tackles, and Jayvion Smart’s six.

Wed
20
Oct

Many Bass Club holds October tournament

Many Bass Club holds October tournament

Gary Moore came in 2 nd place with 12.92 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds October tournament

Gary West took first place with 15.95 pounds and Big Fish which weighed 4.61 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds October tournament

Jimmy Campbell finished in third place with 12.06 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds October tournament

Finn Pickett caught two fish weighing 3.87 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds October tournament

Mason Campbell had one fish weighing 1.87 pounds.

The Many Bass Club held its October 2021 Tournament the weekend of October 9th on Toledo Bend. The anglers had the option to fish Saturday or Sunday. The fall fishing was tough with bites few and far between. The weather was unseasonably warm and dry for the entire weekend with high temperatures still touching the upper eighties, with water temperatures in the mid- seventies, and sunny skies prevailing. Sunday was quite breezy making it difficult to fish on the open lake. The Lake level was stable at four feet below full pool, and the bass were still reluctant to abandon their summer haunts, but the top two stringers did come from shallow water. Thirteen anglers participated in the tournament, and only four of them weighed in five fish stringers.

Wed
13
Oct

Many’s winning streak extended to four after homecoming outing against Winnfield Tigers

Many’s winning streak extended to four after homecoming outing against Winnfield Tigers

The Many Tigers saw their winning streak extend to four games after a stunning 50-0 defeat of the Winnfield Tigers during their homecoming game on October 8.

The game saw perfect weather and a strong Homecoming crown. The Many Tigers received the ball first after the coin toss, and quick ly made their way to the red zone before Jeremiah James put six points on the board with a rushing touchdown from five yards out. A two-point conversion failed.

Shortly after #3 Swazy Carheel recovered a Winnfield fumble, which gave the Tigers the ball on their opponent’s 17- yard line. Seemingly seconds later Jeremiah James was back in the end zone for his second touchdown. A 17-yard run got him there. London Williams then successfully completed a two-point conversion for the Tigers to gain a 14-0 lead. Shortly before the end of the first quarter, London Williams scored his first touchdown of the night to bring the score to 20-0.

Wed
22
Sep

Many Bass Club holds September tournament

Many Bass Club holds September tournament

Gary Moore came in 2 nd place with 12.03 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds September tournament

Jason Timmons finished in third place with 10.97 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds September tournament

Michael Woods took first place with 19.35 pounds and Big Fish which weighed 11.03 pounds.

The Many Bass Club held its September 2021 Tournament the weekend of September 11 on Toledo Bend. Participants had the option to fish Friday Night, Saturday, Saturday Night or Sunday. The weather was hot and dry for the entire weekend with high temperatures still touching the nineties; water temperatures were in the mid-eighties, and hazy skies welcomed the anglers. The Lake level had fallen nearly a foot in the month prior to the tournament and was down to 168.15 by tournament time. Eleven anglers participated in the tournament, and only four of the anglers were able to catch a five fish limit under the tough conditions. The winning stringer which included an impressive 11.03 pound Lunker was caught Friday night in deep water. The Second and Third place stringers were caught Saturday in shallow water.

Wed
22
Sep

Many Tigers start season 2-1; will tackle Tioga Friday

Many Tigers start season 2-1; will tackle Tioga Friday
Many Tigers start season 2-1; will tackle Tioga Friday
Many Tigers start season 2-1; will tackle Tioga Friday
Many Tigers start season 2-1; will tackle Tioga Friday
Many Tigers start season 2-1; will tackle Tioga Friday
Many Tigers start season 2-1; will tackle Tioga Friday

The Many Tigers, fresh off of their second state championship season, are warmed up and look ready to face their upcoming challenge of the Tioga Indians on September 24.

Many quickly fell to 0-1 on the season after a disheartening and rare loss at home to the Union Parish Farmers by a score of 42-32.

The Tigers often play higher classified schools at the start of the season, and this was one of those games, as the Tigers are 2A while the Farmers are 3A.

Many came out strong and looking for a win over a team that has become quite the rival over the past few years. The Farmers lost the ball while receiving the opening kickoff and the Tigers fell on it to force the turnover. They capitalized on the first drive of the game, with Tackett Curtis and London Williams establishing a presence the team hopes to maintain throughout the year. In fact, it was a handoff to Williams to score the Tigers’ first score of the year to put Many up 8-0.

Wed
08
Sep

Many Tigers powerlifters receive state championship rings

Many Tigers powerlifters receive state championship rings
Many Tigers powerlifters receive state championship rings

The Many Tigers powerlifting team has received their rings after capturing the state championship. Pictured are Coach Jesse Curtis, Colton Boswell, Adam Miller, Cole Pickett, Nick Tatum, London Williams, Ethan Williams, Evan Williams, Dutch Kor, Chase Higganbotham, and Coach Hall.

Wed
18
Aug

Many Bass Club holds August 2021 tournament

Many Bass Club holds August 2021 tournament

Robert Lewis took first place with 13.32 pounds.

Many Bass Club holds August 2021 tournament

Gary Moore came in 2 nd place with 11.82 pounds and Big Fish which weighed 4.41 pounds

The Many Bass Club held its August, 2021, tournament on the weekend of August 7 on Toledo Bend. The fishing conditions were challenging for the club. The seasonal weather was typical for August with hot, humid conditions and bright skies. The water temps were in the upper eighties and the Lake level was falling all week prior to the tournament and was down to 169.8 by tournament time. Fifteen anglers participated in the derby and only five of the anglers were able to catch a five fish limit. Most of the anglers chose to fish deep but the first and second place anglers caught their fish in less than three feet of water.

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