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Wed
08
Jan
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Ebarb holds off pesky Negreet, 61-52

EBARB – With Michael Ferguson and Brandon Sepulvado on the bench having fouled out, the Ebarb Rebels needed someone to pick up the scoring in the fourth quarter with Negreet on the comeback trail. And point guard Sam Brandon
provided the punch 
 
Wed
08
Jan
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Lady Rebels rally past Negreet, 39-36

EBARB – After trailing by seven points at the break, the Ebarb Lady Rebels needed a spark to get things going. Enter Shelby Etheridge. Etheridge scored 12 of her game-high 24 points in the second half, leading the Lady Rebels to a comeback victory over the Negreet Lady Indians last Friday night, 39-36.
 
Mon
30
Dec
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Dias, Curtis honored on 3-2A all-district team

Many junior Xavier Dias and Tiger head coach Jess Curtis received special recognition on the 3-2A all-district team, as voted on by the coaches in the league. Dias, who made the alldistrict’s first team at both quarterback and defensive
back, was named the Defensive Player of the Year, while Curtis was selected as Coach of the Year, an honor he shared with Rosepine boss Danny Smith.
 
Mon
30
Dec
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Lady Blackcats go 2-0 in H-Town Holiday Jam

HORNBECK – The Florien Lady Blackcats, just two days removed from a tough loss at Anacoco, they went 2-0 at the annual
H-Town Holiday Jam, defeating the Anacoco Lady Indians and the Plainview Lady Hornets. With the wins at the tournament,
Florien improved to 21-5 overall. 
 
Tue
24
Dec
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A gathering of images, thoughts from New Orleans’ Superdome

Twenty-five years ago I had the opportunity to become Many Cheerleader sponsor. I jumped at the chance and by the end of football season, the Tigers, cheerleaders, band and hundreds of fans headed to the Superdome in New Orleans. The  Tigers were pitted against their district foe, the Jonesboro-Hodge Tigers in the championship game. Needless to say, we lost, 20-0. Those were the days when Jess Curtis, Norman Booker III, Brad Koss, Jeff Leach, Buster Jacobs and many more who wore the red, white and black. 
 
Tue
17
Dec
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Kinder knocks off Many in Class 2A title game

Many was forced to punt on its next possession and the Yellow Jackets took over at their own 42. Three plays later, Jordan
Vickers rambled 55 yards up the middle for a touchdown and an 18-7 lead as the PAT was no good.
 
Tue
17
Dec
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Ebarb drops decision to Anacoco, 59-48

EBARB – A balanced Anacoco attack proved to be more than enough as the Indians improved to 13-1 overall with a 59-48 victory over the Ebarb Rebels on Tuesday night in non-district basketball action. The Indians, whose lone loss came at the hands of Florien, took control of the game early on, but then had to withstand several runsby the Rebels, who dropped to 9-7 on the season.
 
Tue
10
Dec
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Many advances to Superdome with 27-26 victory

Loreauville the ball back at its own 49. Seven plays later, Bonnette scored on a 4-yard touchdown run, which gave Loreauville a 20-13 lead with 5:33 to go in the first half. But just 15 seconds later, Dias hooked up with little brother, Isaiah Smith, on a 59- yard touchdown strike. Brazil’s extra point tied the game at 20- 20, which would be the score at  the  intermission.
 
Tue
10
Dec
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Converse teams reach semifinals, Lady Indians win

In a back-and-forth game, the Negreet Lady Indians proved to have just enough to survive. Kylie Anders connected on a
go-ahead three-pointer with 20 seconds to go, lifting the Lady Indians to a 47-45 victory over the Logansport Lady Tigers in the first round of the Converse Tournament last Thursday afternoon. 
 
Tue
03
Dec
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Many reaches state semifinals for third time

Many defender Jacob Green (left) attempts to chase down Oak Grove quarterback Chris Mitchell (10) during the first half of the Tigers’ quarterfinal playoff victory last week. Green and the top-ranked Tigers journey to the southern part of the state on Friday, Dec. 6, for a 7 p.m. matchup against the fifth-ranked Loreauville Tigers. (Photo by DANIEL GREEN)

By DANIEL GREEN.
For the third time in school history, the Many Tigers have reached the Class 2A state semifinals. The road to the Class 2A state championship will take top-ranked Many down south of Interstate 10, where it will face the fifth-ranked Loreauville Tigers at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6. Many and Loreauville both own records of 12-1, each suffering a loss during district competition.
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