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14
Mar
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Ebarb Rebels use basketball to fight cancer

Recently, the Ebarb Rebels held a red out game to fight cancer. They sold several items and raised over $300 to help fight the deadly disease.

 

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14
Mar
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LSMSA students compete at district literary rally

Sixty students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts participated in the Northwest Louisiana District Literary Rally held Saturday, February 24, at Northwestern State University.

More than 1,500 high school students and administrators throughout the region attended the event. Students were tested in 47 different academic areas in an effort to advance to the state rally competition. The state rally will be held Saturday, April 21, on the campus of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

 

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Wed
07
Mar
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Thibodeaux takes first place at local tournament

For the Toledo Bend Bass Club, it was a fog fest for their February tournament, and brought about Shannon Thibodeaux taking top honors with with 19.32 pounds.

He was throwing soft plastics in mid portion of the lake.

Coming in second place was Michael Page with 16.96 pounds Coming in third place was Kerney James Briscoe with 16.27 pounds. Winning big bass and big bass side pot over 6 pounds was David West with a 6.67 pounds.

 

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07
Feb
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LSMSA offers new self-defense non-competitive boxing class for students

More than 30 students signed up to learn the sport of boxing in a safe and comfortable environment for the spring semester at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.

Taught by Jonathan Roberts and Kelvin Samuel, students will learn to master essential basic skills and conditioning exercises that form the regular regimen of real boxing training without the risk of injuries caused by full contact sparring.

“The boxing class has been a wonderful addition to our physical education program,” said Dale Clingerman, coordinator of athletics and recreation. “The students are extremely excited and passionate about learning a new skill and getting in shape.

 

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07
Feb
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Chicago team wins Bassmaster High School Central Open

Scott Springer and Trust Say, a pair of 17-year olds from the Chicago area, used a noontime flurry of big bass bites to power past the 241 other teams competing on Toledo Bend Reservoir on Sunday in the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Central Open presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods.

The teens, who are part of the Christy, Springer and Say Community Club, boated a five-bass limit that weighed 21 pounds, 7 ounces, which was more than 2 pounds heavier than the secondplace duo. That catch propelled Springer and Say into the High School national championship tournament, which will be held at an undisclosed location later this year. In all, 24 of the 242 teams (the Top 10 percent) earned a berth in the championship with their showing on Toledo Bend.

 

Wed
31
Jan
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Wisconsin-Platteville claims win at Bassmaster College Series event

The week has been full of twists and turns for Hunter DeSplinter and Conner Choate of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville at the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Central Tour presented by Bass Pro Shops on Toledo Bend.

After catching 25 pounds, 9 ounces on Friday, they took the lead as the Top 30 teams prepared for the final day of competition. Little did they know they wouldn’t need another cast on Toledo Bend to take the Central Tour title.

Saturday’s action was canceled after heavy fog hung over Toledo Bend, and Choate and DeSplinter were named champions with a two-day total of 41-6.

 

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Wed
17
Jan
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Year in Review: The Conclusion

August

The annual Sabine Parish Back-to-School Rally distributed free school supplies to students on August 5. The event featured guest speakers, teen testimonies, and studentled prayer.

Both the Belles and Ponytails remained in the hunt for Dixie Youth championships.

Having book nooks installed throughout the Many Cultural District was moving closer to a reality. The lending libraries will provide a variety of books for children and adults to read.

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Wed
10
Jan
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Many Youth takes win

Many Youth Football traveled to Dallas for a Game at AT&T Stadium. On December 31 they stepped on the Cowboys field against a team fromVinton and brought home a 21-0 Victory. 

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Wed
22
Nov
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Christmas Parade honorees to be feted at reception

A pre-parade reception will be hosted at Many City Hall at 1 p.m. on Saturday, December 9, according to Many Mayor Ken Freeman.

Parade honorees, including 2017 Grand Marshal Georg Joe Boyens, Honorary Grand Marshals Evelyn Bush and Alma Cross, Young Achievers, the World Series Champions, the Belles and the Ponytail softball teams of Sabine Parish, and Sabine’s Shining Star Brittney Garcie, will be feted. Former Grand Marshals are also invited.

Several local businesses will be providing finger foods and soft drinks. Donating the refreshments are The Altar, Many’s newest coffee and smoothie shop; Bayou Crawfish Restaurant, Market Basket and Gulf Station Café, and several others.

 

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Wed
15
Nov
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Ville Platte no match for playoff-ready Tigers

By Daniel Jones

The 29th seeded Ville Platte Bulldogs were no match for a strong Tigers team, falling to Many 62-0 in the first round of the LHSAA 2-A high school playoffs.

Ville Platte players may have had some choice words to say about certain Many Tiger athletes and their coaches before the game, but were shaken from the start of the game after Ni’kendrick Carter laid out one of their players with a massive hit.

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