Sports

Wed
03
Dec
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Tigers tackle wildcats, turn eyes to Super Dome

Those mighty Many High School Tigers find themselves one game away from the superdome after winning two playoff  games over the past two weeks against Lake Arthur and St. James. Lake Arthur entered their playoff game as the 16th seed in the LHSAA Class 2A football playoff against the top seed Tigers and saw their season ended by only putting up six points to the Tigers’ 41.
 
Wed
26
Nov
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Congratulations to the Many Tigers

for ending the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record. Good luck on your march to the Super Dome to win the coveted state championship. We are all cheering for you!
 
Wed
19
Nov
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Tigers rout Pelicans, set sights on Lake Arthur

The Many Tigers moved to 11-0 on Nov. 14 by completely routing the Homer Pelicans 73-0 in the first round of the Class 2A
playoffs. With the Many Tigers win in the first round, they move through to the second round and will face the Lake Arthur Tigers on Nov. 21 at home.
 
Wed
12
Nov
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Robertson named Iron Man

Seven-year-old D.A. Robertson of Many, the son of Tina Robertson, was presented the Iron Man Award at the Many Youth Football banquet recently. D.A. was a member of the 7-8 Red Team in the inaugural year of youth football
 
Wed
12
Nov
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Many Red 7/8 football team goes undefeated

The Many Red 7/8 football team went undefeated with a record of 7-0 during the Many Youth Football League’s inaugural season. Pictured on the bottom row from left are Levi Booker, J.C. Hendrickson, and Zachary Paddie. On the middle row are Joc Corley, Jonas Hendrickson, Gavin Pilkington, Brooks Boudreaux, Hunter Cook, DeMario Woods, and Landry Wyatt
 
Wed
05
Nov
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Tigers face toughest challenge, top Oakdale

The Many Tigers faced a tough challenge on Halloween night, Oct. 31, but overcame the Oakdale Warriors 45-27 at
the end of the match. Things were complicated immensely by usual starting quarterback Xavier Dias being absent from the game, but stand-in quarterback Tabarius Garner did an admirable job in leading the Tigers through victory through the adversity
 

 

Wed
29
Oct
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Menard no match for mighty Tigers

By Daniel Jones
 
The Many Tigers spoiled the Holy Savior Menard Eagles homecoming on Oct. 24, by soundly defeating them 41-3 The win brings the Tigers to 8-0 on the season and was an important stepping stone to their ultimate goal of a state championship at the Super Dome later this year.
 
Wed
29
Oct
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Many Youth Football kicks off with a great first year

Brad Pickett approached Many Mayor Ken Freeman for support with a new youth football league organized under the Natchitoches League. Sabine Parish can take care of its’ own children and as a result Mayor Freeman offered for the town of Many to obtain the necessary license, insurance and equipment so that the town could fund and sponsor this league rather than go out of the parish for support.
 
Wed
22
Oct
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Many Youth Cheerleaders raise team spirit

Back row (left to right) Karley Kent, Liberty Lewing, Presley pleasant, Serena Collier. Middle row (left to right) Ashlee Byles, Ella DeVille, Halley Sepulvado, Makenna McElwee, Emma Mcelwee, Emily Miller, Ava McElwee. Bottom row (left to right) Blair Founds, Alexis Pulzone, Aubree Leach. All are cheerleaders while Halley, Emma, and Makenna were cheer teachers.
 
Wed
22
Oct
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Tigers tackle Rosepine, remain undefeated

By Daniel Jones
 
The Many Tigers, well underway toward an undefeated season and return to the Super Dome in New Orleans, soundly defeated the Rosepine Eagles in district play at an away game on Oct. 17 by a score of 41-0. The Tigers, dressed in their away white jerseys and carrying the coveted hard hat and sledgehammer, entered the field as triumphantly to walk away with the victory, despite early challenges by the Rosepine offensive.
 

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