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Wed
04
Nov
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Braxton Miller

Braxton Miller is shown bringing down a Rosepine Eagle.

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Wed
28
Oct
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Tigers defeat Oakdale 19-7

By Daniel Jones, editor

The Many Tigers defeated the Oakdale Warriors on October 23 by a score of 19-7, bringing the championship hopefuls to a 7-1 record on the season. The game began with the Tigers kicking off, a pooch kick the Warriors fell on at the 47-yard line. The Warriors opening drive did nothing, and the Tiger offense was soon on the prowl.

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Wed
28
Oct
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Many Bass Club holds October tourney

Jim Campbell won the Many Bass Club’s October tournament with a five-fish stringer weighing 14.52 pounds. He also claimed Big Bass honors with a 4.15 pound lunker. Campbell caught his fish using a pumpkin seed worm and Carolina rig off points and ledges in the San Miguel/Highway 1215 area of the lake.

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Wed
21
Oct
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Many defeathers Eagles; end their winning streak

By Daniel Jones, editor

The Many Tigers ended the winning streak of the Menard Eagles on October 16 during the annual “red out” game to benefit the son of Coach Jeremie and Katie Ryan, whose son has CHD, or a congenital heart defect Many began the game by kicking off to the Eagles. A series of penalties for facemask infractions and pass interference allowed Menard to gain an early lead after #25 Landon Barron got into the end zone to put them up 7-0 after a point attempt.

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Wed
14
Oct
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Tigers trounce Bunkie Panthers 21-10; move to 5-1

By Daniel Jones, editor

Following a tremendous homecoming weekend, the Many Tigers traveled to Bunkie for an October 9 matchup that saw state championship hopefuls move to 5-1 on the season. The Bunkie Panthers began the game with their offense on the field, but were quickly stuffed out of any positive yardage by the Tiger defense.

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Wed
07
Oct
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Many High celebrates 69th annual homecoming

On Friday October 2, Many High School celebrated its 69th annual homecoming. Classmates dating back from 1955 to those who graduated this spring joined together to catch up with old friends. The young ladies selected by their classmates as members for the 2015 Homecoming Court were honored during half-time.

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Wed
07
Oct
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Tigers pounce, decimate Jonesboro-Hodge 35-6

By Daniel Jones, editor

The defending 2-A 2014 State Champion Many Tigers were in rare form for their homecoming game on October 2 and completely dismantled their opponents, the Jonesboro-Hodge Tigers, 35-6. Standouts for the game included senior #85 Marcus Wiseman, who at strong safety had six tackles and defended against five passes. Junior #42 Blaze Brazil was also a standout, as the Tiger’s leading rusher had 133 yards and one touchdown on the night.

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Wed
30
Sep
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Tigers bounce back, defeat Farmers

By Daniel Jones, editor

 

Following a devastating loss that put an end to a 17- game winning streak against North Desoto, the Many Tigers bounced back against the Union Parish Farmers with a 42-36 win against a big northeastern Louisiana football school. After an injury to Kentrell Maxie last week, AJ Carter took the field as the Tigers’ primary running back for the night and came away big with 343 yards on 31 carries and three touchdowns.

 

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Wed
23
Sep
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Tigers fall to North Desoto

By Daniel Jones, editor

The Many Tigers impressive undefeated streak of 17 games unfortunately came to an end against the North Desoto Griffins in Stone Wall on Sept. 18. Before the season began, Coach Jess Curtis stated that he wanted the Tigers to have a harder schedule, in order to be prepared for the playoffs. However at the end of the night, the District 4A Griffins came out on top against the smaller, 2A team.

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Wed
16
Sep
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Many starts season; defeats Winnfield, Marksville

By Daniel jones, editor

 

The defending state champion Many Tigers started their 2015 season in style, defeating two extremely tough teams in Winnfield and Marksville. The Winnfield game began the Tiger’s season, as it kicked off at Many High School on September 4 with a 30-0 win.

 

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