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Thu
12
Apr

Lady Rebels defeat Negreet, battle Evans

The Ebarb Lady Rebels dealt an “L” to Negreet on April 9 before fighting back valiantly against the Evans Lady Eagles several days later.

The Lady Rebels got things going in the first with Raeghan Lewing singling and scoring one run.

Negreet tied things up in the bottom of the first inning when #99 singled for an RBI.

Things really changed in the third inning, when the Lady Rebels saw Kaylyn Sepulvado scoring one run, while Lewing also singled and scored one.  An error allowed an additional player to cross the plate.

Later, in the sixth inning, the Rebels would see Autumn Wyatt, Kaylyn Sepulvado, Lewing, and Kiana Phathong get RBIs.  Kirstan Malmay had four stolen bases over the course of the game.

Ebarb was on the mound and allowed three hits and two runs over six innings with three strikeouts.

The team didn’t do as well against Evans on April 10, as they fought valiantly but were defeated 9-7. 

Thu
12
Apr

Lady Tigers defeat Saline, fall to Natchitoches Central

The Many High School Lady Tigers fared well against Saline on April 9, winning the game 10-0.  Unfortunately, they wouldn’t do as well two days later when they’d see defeat at the hands of Natchitoches Central.

After one run in the second inning, the ladies saw five go across the plate for runs in the third inning following a single by Shelbie Martinez and home run by Shay Drew.  Martinez came up big with a home run later for four additional runs.  Keely Dubois led the team going three-for-three at the plate.

Kaylee Hall got the win for the Lady Tigers.  She pitched four innings while allowing four hits.  Martinez came in as relief for one inning.

The Lady Tigers didn’t fare as well against the Natchitoches Central Lady Chiefs on April 11, giving up 11 runs in the loss.

Shay Drew went two-for-three batting to lead the team in hits, while Martinez pitched seven innings, allowing seven runs on five hits.

 

Thu
12
Apr

Tigers snag win over Red River

On April 10 the Many Tigers baseball team were, once again, firing on all cylinders when they garnered an impressive 19-4 win over Red River.

The Tigers got their start quickly when Peyton Fredieu doubled on a 3-2 count and scored two runs.

Nick Slaydon pitched five innings and allowed six hits and four runs while striking out nine.

Many had 13 hits on the game with Brock Booker going three-for-four to lead the team with four hits.  Also adding multiple hits to their stats were Garrett Leach and Abram Strahan.  Trey Jones stole three bases.

The next day they met Lakeview for the third time in the past few weeks and put up another impressive win 17-0.

Thu
12
Apr

Ebarb defeats Saline 6-2

The Ebarb Rebels put up a convincing win over Saline 6-2 at home on Monday, April 9.

Alec Remedies got things started in the first inning when one run scored on an Alec Remedies single.  The Rebels had eight hits in the game with Zach Faircloth and Hunter Barnes getting multiple hits. 

Jacob Lovelady was pitching only allowing two runs and five hits over seven innings with four Ks.

Wed
11
Apr

Hawks take out Stanley 13-0

By Daniel Jones, editor

The Zwolle Hawks put up an impressive four-run first inning on April 10 that Stanley couldn’t overcome, being defeated 13-0.

Landon Rivers was on the mound, allowing no hits and no runs over one inning, while striking out two. 

Multiple hits were tallied by Bailey Delatin, Dallas Britt, Kallen Etheridge, and William Creamer.  Kobe Kartinez put up four RBIs, followed by Christian Howard with three and Delatin with two.

 

Wed
11
Apr

Many Tigers earn two wins via Lakeview shutouts

by Daniel Jones, editor

The Many Tigers baseball shut out the Lakeview Gators twice on April 5 during a road trip double header.

The Tigers came out swinging in the first game, scoring 18 runs over three innings, with 11 coming in the second, with Parker Founds, Trey Jones, Peyton Fredieu, Brock Booker, Tyler Rawls, and Caleb leach getting RBIs.  Founds and Nick Slaydon led the team in RBIs, with three apiece.

Booker was on the mound for the Tigers, going two innings while allowing only one hit.  He struck out five and walked nobody. Slaydon pitched one inning as relief.

The Tigers continued into the second game, which was won 16-0.

Founds had an impressive game, as he went three-for-four at the plate while driving in runs on a triple in the third and single in the fourth. 

Singles by Josh Carroll, Jones, Fredieu, and founds punctuated the massive scoring drive. Brady Meshell also laid claim to a double.

Wed
11
Apr
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Following big win, late score costs Lady Rebels

By Daniel Jones

After a huge victory over the Pleasant Hill Eagles, the Ebarb Lady Rebels softball team stumbled late on April 2 to Evans, losing 2-1.

Ebarb got on the scoreboard early after Raeghan Lewing doubled, scoring one run. Evans answered back in the fourth inning with one run and then the game winner in the sixth.

 

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Wed
11
Apr
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Late score lifts Blackcats over Indians

A Thursday, March 29 game turned out poorly for the Negreet Indians, as they lost to the Florien Blackcats 15-12 after a valiant fight.

The game was tied at 12 when Florien’s Hayden Tidwell singled on a 3-2 count to score one run in the top of the sixth.

 

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Thu
05
Apr

Late score lifts Blackcats over Indians

A Thursday, March 29 game turned out poorly for the Negreet Indians, as they lost to the Florien Blackcats 15-12 after a valiant fight.

The game was tied at 12 when Florien’s Hayden Tidwell singled on a 3-2 count to score one run in the top of the sixth.

The Blackcats got their offense started in the first when Frank Chesson doubled and scored one run.

Thu
05
Apr

Lady Tigers strong against Menard

By Daniel Jones, editor

In two home games on April 4, the Many High School Lady Tigers took it to Academy of the Sacred Heart and Holy Savior Menard, winning by scores of 4-1 and 7-2, respectively.

The Tigers got going in the second inning after Raelynn Hundley drew a walk and scoring one run.

In the third, they tallied four runs on RBIs by Kaylee Hall, Presley Corley, and Hundley.

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