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26
Jun
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Toledo Bend Bass Club holds June tournament

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Hey everyone, It don’t seem like the weather will ever straighten up for just one weekend of our tournaments, but that didn’t stop these fishermen.

Benny Fruge won first place with 17.52 pounds. Second place was Kerry Vicknair with 15. 99 pounds. He also had big bass of 8.95 lbs. and he had big bass over 6 pounds. Coming in third was John Bowen with 15.97 pounds.

 

 

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Wed
19
Jun
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Many Bass Club holds June tournament

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Placing third is Glen Swihart with a 16.90 pound stringer.

Paul Baker won the June tournament of the Many Bass Club with a five-fish stringer weighing an impressive 20.88 pounds

His win comes by fishing the windy side of grass beds and points in the Blue Lake area on the north end of Toledo Bend. He was throwing a Senco and chatter bait in 6-8 feet of water.

Wayne Moran is the second place winner with a fivefish stringer weighing 17.33 pounds and is also the big bass winner with a 5.57 pound lunker. Glen Swihart is the 3rd place finisher with a fivefish stringer weighing 16.90 pounds.

 

 

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Wed
05
Jun
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Toledo Bend Bass Club holds May tournament

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The weather men lied again about the weather Saturday and Sunday for the tournament, and maybe one day they will get it.

 

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Wed
15
May
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North Sabine Fishing Team qualifies for national tourney

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Several members of the North Sabine Fishing Team will represent the area at the national tournament in Alabama on June 19-21. Pictured from left are Stone Adair, Jacob Consenza, and Cooper Miller of Many High School, along with Landon Sepulvado of Many Junior High School.

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Wed
15
May
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Converse carves way to baseball finals

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A member of the Converse Wildcats baseball team does his part in lifting the team above Quitman in the semi-finals. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

The Converse Wildcats have put up an amazing run through the LHSAA Baseball Playoffs in Class B and are scheduled to take on Pitkin in the finals on May 13, shortly after the Index goes to press.

As third seed in the tournament, the team has performed admirably to get to this spot and stands a chance at the state championship.

They took out second-seed Quitman 1-0 in the semi-finals, and defeated Elizabeth 5-0 in the quarterfinals.

 

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Wed
01
May
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High school baseball teams remain in title hunt

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Many’s Josh Carroll stretches out for an out during the Tigers’ recent playoff win against Bunkie. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Although softball has wrapped for the year, the bats are still swinging for the LHSAA High School Baseball Playoffs and several local teams remain in the title picture.

Many is scheduled to take on Welsh at John Blank Sportsman’s Park in Welsh. Game one will take place on May 3 at 6 p.m., with the additional two games of the series scheduled for May 4. The first game will be at 12:30 p.m., and game three, if necessary, will take place at 3 p.m.

The Tigers swept the series before with Bunkie, defeating them 12-3 on April 26 and finishing the series strong with an 11-0 win on April 27.

 

 

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Wed
01
May
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Local softball teams fall just short of state championships

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One of Zwolle’s talented athletes prepares to bunt during the Lady Hawks’ game against Holden

Although packed with talent, local Sabine softball teams fell slightly short of making it to the LHSAA playoff finals this year.

The Many Lady Tigers fell to Kinder 12-0 in the semi-final, which was played on April 26 at Frasch Park in Sulphur.

The Tigers fell behind early following two doubles by their opponents in the first inning. Makynli Miller’s single in the third inning was a breath of hope for the Tigers, but one that was not meant to be. Brook Jenkins and Tia Holmes also had singles on the game.

 

 

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Wed
17
Apr
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Lady Tigers overcome Stanley

The Many Lady Tigers came alive on Tuesday after overcoming a valiant effort by Stanley, defeating them 9-5.

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Wed
17
Apr
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Local teams enter LHSAA softball playoff

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Members of the Many Lady Tigers softball team take a moment to celebrate a game well played on April 12. As the top seeded team, they defeated DeQuincy 19-9. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many of our local softball teams have entered the LHSAA Softball playoffs.

The Many Lady Tigers softball team has entered the Class 2A playoffs the top seed and defeated 32nd seed DeQuincy 19-9 on April 12.

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Wed
10
Apr

Many Lady Tigers blow out Northwood 13-1

The Many Lady Tigers advanced their winning ways after blowing out Northwood 13-1 on Monday, April 8.

Many came out strong, putting up three runs in the first inning.  Their second inning outing worked out even better for the team, as Abbie Baker, Jada Carhee, and Brook Jenkins registered RBIs. 

At the conclusion of the game, Baker, Miller, Jenkins, Alenea Davis, and Tia Holmes all had multiple hits.  Miller went three-for-three at the plate to lead the Lady Tigers.

Makynli Miller got the start for the Lady Tigers and saw Northwood score once, in the third inning.  During the game, she walked one, struck out three, and allowed only four hits. 

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