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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.
 
Wed
15
Oct
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Many Tigers prove they are as “tuf as woodpecker lips”

The Many Tigers continued  their roll against the Pickering Red Devils on Oct. 10 at Tiger Stadium in Many. The Tigers put up 382 total yards on offense and two defensive touchdowns in the 54-7 District 3-2A opener for both teams. The Tigers won the coin toss, and as usual deferred to the second half. Pickering’s first offensive possession was marked by a missed pass and several penalties. After going for it on fourth down, the Tigers took over for their first offensive possession
 
Wed
08
Oct
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Many triumphant during homecoming appearance

Quarterback Xavier Dias tosses off the ball to running back James Carhee during the Tigers 55-7 win
 
Wed
01
Oct
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BTW Lions no match for Many Tigers

The Booker T. Washington Lions were no match for a pack of hungry Tigers on Friday, Sept. 26, as the impressive Many High School football team decimated the opposition at Leonard C. Barnes Stadium in Shreveport to stay undefeated on the
season.
  
Wed
24
Sep
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Annual “Red Out” game brings Tiger victory

During the annual “Red Out” game to raise awareness for congenital heart defects, the Many Tigers took on the Loyola Flyers of Shreveport and came out with another rout, putting up a total of 30 points on the scoreboard compared to the opponent’s three. In quite a show, the entire defense brought out the sledgehammer.
 
Wed
24
Sep
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MHS Homecoming Court to reign over Oct. 3 game

The Week of Sept. 29-Oct. 3 will be a busy week on the MHS campus, as the Tigers begin their Homecoming 2014 activities. 
Dress-up days, pep rallies and plenty of fun will be scheduled each day, leading up to the Friday night, Oct. 3 ballgame against
Jonesboro-Hodge. Kick-off will be at 7 p.m. The Homecoming Court will be introduced prior to kick-off and the crowning of the 2014 Queen will be hosted at halftime.
 
Wed
17
Sep
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Tigers move to 2-0 after trouncing Leesville

The Many Tigers moved to 2-0 and dropped the Leesville Wampus Cats to an 0-2 record following the home opener on
Sept. 12. Much like last week’s game, the Tiger offense and defense came out firing on all cylinders, and did not let the rainy, soggy conditions have any effect on their quality of play
 
Wed
03
Sep
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Martinez earns muzzle-loading honors

It was back in the Spring that Ebarb High School freshman Mackenize Martinez earned Medalist honors while leading the Rebels’ muzzleloading team to a first-place finish in the State 4-H Shooting Sports Championship at Frierson, LA.
Martinez took it to the next level this summer and turned in an even more spectacular performance, finishing second in
the Silhouettes category at the National Shoot at Grand Isle, Neb
 
Fri
15
Aug
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Bank of Montgomery sponsors MHS Lady Tigers softball

Bank of Montgomery is proud to sponsor the Many High School Softball Team. In the picture from left are Tiffany Miller (Bank of Montgomery Head Teller), Emily Erwin, Hannah Sattler, Debra Funderburk (Bank of Montgomery Branch Manager), Nacoria Cade and Phayna Maxie.
 

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