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Tue
05
Nov
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Tigers spoil Oakdale’s homecoming, 42-0

Robert Parrie (44) attempts to fight off Oakdale fullback Timmy Townley (33) during action last Friday night. Parrie and the Many Tigers blanked Townley and the Warriors, 42-0. (Special to the Index/TINA McCORMIC)
By DANIEL GREEN
 
OAKDALE – John Keats once penned, “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” The third-ranked Many Tigers committed 10 penalties for 90 yards and turned the ball over four times, hardly a thing of beauty.
 
Tue
29
Oct
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Lady Blackcats prevail against Castor, 57-51

By DANIEL GREEN
 
HORNBECK – After trailing for the majority of the first half, the Florien Lady Blackcats came to life. Behind solid play from Aja Law and Shy Herrington, the Lady Blackcats were able to overcome an early deficit to top the Castor Lady Tigers on Saturday at the Hornbeck Hall of Fame event, 57-51.

 

Tue
29
Oct
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Tigers roll past Menard, 39-9

Wyatt Thiels (71) and Tanner Roberts combine to bring down Many running back James Carhee (12) during the third quarter of the Tigers’ 39-9 win over the Menard Eagles in District 3-2A play.
By DANIEL GREEN
 
Look who’s back at the top of the District 3-2A standings. Behind another powerful effort by the offense, the Many Tigers obliterated the Menard Eagles last Friday night at Tiger Stadium, claiming a 39-9 victory in front of an enthusiastic homecoming crowd..

 

Tue
29
Oct
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Blackcats hold off Simpson, 72-62

Florien’s Tyler Partridge takes a charge from Simpson’s Karsen Kelly (30) during first-half action last week in Hall of Fame play at Anacoco High School.
By DANIEL GREEN
 
ANACOCO – After building a huge double-digit lead in the third period, the Florien Blackcats had to hold off a furious late charge from the Simpson Broncos at the Anacoco Hall of Fame games last Friday. A total of six Florien players scored at least nine points as the Blackcats downed the Broncos, 72-62.

 

Tue
22
Oct
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Former Vic the Demons honored at homecoming

Honored at Northwestern State University’s homecoming Saturday, Oct. 19 were former mascots, Vic the Demon. Pictured fourth from right is NSU President Dr. Randy Webb. Signaling “Fork’em Demons” at halftime are this year’s Vic (kneeling) and the eight men who wore the costume from the 1970’s forward. Third from right is Davy Ammons of Many who served as the college mascot for four years during the early 2000 years. (Photo by The Sabine Index)
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Tue
22
Oct
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Tigers roar past Rosepine, 33-13

Many quarterback Xavier Dias (2) prepares to hand the ball off to running back Kentrell Maxie (17) during the opening stages of the Tigers’ win over Rosepine last Friday. Maxie accounted for 175 yards of total offense and one touchdown, while Dias threw for 223 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for 113 yards on just 10 carries. (Special to the Index/TINA McCORMIC)

By DANIEL GREEN Editor.
Simply put, the Many Tigers are back. The fourth-ranked Tigers racked up a total of 540 yards of total offense en route to smashing the Rosepine Eagles, 33-13, in a District 3-2A contest last Friday night at Tiger Stadium. “This is how we play and that’s how we need to play the rest of the year,” Many head coach Jess Curtis said. “I’m proud of how our kids played tonight and we are going to climb out of this hole.” The Tigers are now 6-1 on the season, including a 1-1 mark in district play. Rosepine dropped to 3-4 overall, 1-1 in the league.
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Tue
15
Oct
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Pickering upsets top-ranked Tigers in district opener, 23-20

James Carhee (12) ran for 151 yards on 20 carries to lead the Many ground attack, but it wasn’t enough as the Tigers fell to Pickering in the District 3-2A opener for both teams last Friday.
By DANIEL GREEN
 
PICKERING – Simply put, the Many Tigers just didn’t get the job done. “We didn’t play like we have been taught,” Many head coach Jess Curtis said following his team’s 23-20 loss at the hands of the Pickering Red Devils last Friday in the District 3-2A opener for both teams. “They wanted it more than we did.” The loss was the first of the season for the Tigers (5-1, 0-1). However, it was an even more critical loss as it came in district play, which will make it tougher to win a district championship.
 
Tue
08
Oct
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Defense sparks Tigers to easy win over Jonesboro-Hodge

Pepi Kennedy (45) breaks through the Jonesboro-Hodge offensive line during action last Friday against the Tigers. Kennedy and the Many Tigers picked up a 20-0 win over Jonesboro-Hodge to move to 5-0 on the season. (Special to the Index/Tina McCormic)

By DANIEL GREEN Editor.
JONESBORO – The Jonesboro-Hodge Tigers racked up 53 points in a Week 4 victory over North Caddo. But North Caddo isn’t Many. Not even close. The top-ranked Many Tigers remained unbeaten on the season with an impressive showing against the homestanding Tigers from Jackson Parish, 20-0, last Friday night. “That was just phenomenal,” Many head coach Jess Curtis said about his team’s defensive effort against Jonesboro-Hodge. “That was a team that scored 53 points last week. What a fantastic job by our defense.”
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Tue
08
Oct
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Tiger Tracks

It had been quite a while since Granny and Grampy had been to the Jonesboro area. In fact, it had been almost 20 years since they had stopped to empty out their RV in Jonesboro and Granny noted that the small town had grown quite a bit since her last excursion there. And just like the four previous weeks, Granny came away happy as her new favorite team, the Many Tigers, downed perennial powerhouse Jonesboro-Hodge, 20-0.
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