Sports

Wed
26
Oct
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Many Bass Club holds October tournament

The club was going to be smart and pick on Glen Swihart for again winning another first place in the Many Bass Club’s monthly tournament. However, being consistent is the focal point of any bass angler “worth his salt” and Glen is “worth his salt.” Swihart, once again, won the Many Bass Club’s October tournament with a five-fish stringer weighing 17.02 pounds. He caught his fish flipping a jig and soft plastic in brush tops and grass in 5 – 15 feet of water in the Housen area of Toledo Bend. Derek Mong is the second place winner with five-fish limit weighing 14.02 pounds and big bass of the tournament with a 5.41 pound lunker. Johnny Flowers finished in third place with four fish weighing 12.10 pounds. 

 

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Wed
26
Oct
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Tigers continue dominance; take out Oakdale 68-19

By Daniel Jones

Those mighty Many Tigers continued their season of domination as they soundly defeated the Oakdale Warriors 68-19 during I-AA district play on October 21. As it has been for the entirety of the season, the opponent’s defense had no answer to the Tigers’ high-powered rushing game, which put up a total of 452 yards on the night with 49 attempts. Junior AJ Carter led with 160 yards on 12 attempts and four touchdowns. He was followed by Pquawn Williams, who had 104 yards on two carries, Ni’Kendrick Carter with 16 carries for 80 yards and a touchdown, Shacori Cillier with 42 yards on eight carries and a touchdown, and Tabarius Garner with two carries for 34 yards and a touchdown. Quan Sweet also had nine carries for 32 yards. Garner, as quarterback, completed five of nine passes for 82 yards and two touchdowns. On the other side of the ball, the defense held strong, with Gage Leach leading the unit with six tackles.

 

Wed
19
Oct
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Tiger offense, defense clicks...

Quarterback Tabarius Garner rolls back preparing to hand the ball off.

 

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Wed
19
Oct
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Softball standout Craig named “Great of the Game”

Former Northwestern State softball standout Ginger Craig was the Exchange Bank Demon Great of the Game last Saturday as the Demon football team walloped Kentucky Wesleyan 49-7 at Turpin Stadium. Craig (1985-88) dominated opposing pitchers in an era where pitching was supreme, setting 10 Lady Demon career hitting records and still holding the career triples mark with 18.

 

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Wed
12
Oct
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Tigers defeat Bunkie 42-0

By Daniel Jones, editor

It’s midseason, and the Many Tigers have definitely hit their stride, easily handling Bunkie during their homecoming game by a score of 42-0. They tigers put up 397 yards of total offense during the game, 376 of which were rushing yards.

 

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Wed
05
Oct
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Many takes down Jonesboro-Hodge, moves to 5-0

The Many Tigers took it to Jonesboro-Hodge on September 30, defeating the team 32-12 and moving to an undefeated 5-0 on the season heading into a Homecoming week where they will play Bunkie in the district opener. The Many Tigers put up 294 rushing, 41 receiving, and 35 return yards on the night, for a total of 370 yards. Tabarius Garner went 4/7 passing for 35 yards. AJ Carter got two touchdowns on 17 carries for 128 yards, while Shacori Collier had 18 carries for 127 yards and a touchdown. Isaiah Smith also had 35 yards on an interception return for a touchdown.

 

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Wed
28
Sep
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Tigers edge Union Parish 14-12 in tough game

By Daniel Jones, editor

In the annual “Red Out” game, the Many Tigers put up another victory, although a hard-fought one, on September 23 as they took on Union Parish, known for a long time as Farmerville amongst Louisiana high school football fans. The Tigers were to receive during the second half, so they kicked it to begin the game. However, it wasn’t long before Many Tiger Shannon Sanders, in the cornerback position, stepped in front of a pass by the Farmer’s star quarterback Nijeel Meeking for an interception.      

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Wed
21
Sep
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Contribution appreciated

The Gray Ghosts, Patriot Guard riders, and others belonging to local motorcycle clubs are at every home game revving their engines and cheering on Sabine’s football team.

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Wed
21
Sep
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Tigers top Griffins in absolute barn burner

By Daniel Jones

In one of the closest games seen at a local sporting event in a number of years, the North Desoto Griffins and Many Tigers waged strategic sports combat against each other on September 9, with the Tigers coming out the victors 34-33 in a game that came down to the last seconds. The Tigers put up 106 passing and 236 rushing yards on the night for a total of 342, which is high for most teams, but not the Tigers, who just last week put up 507 total yards against Marksville.

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Wed
14
Sep
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The boys are back! Tiger football in full swing!

 

By Daniel Jones

After being eliminated in the second round of the LHSAA Class 2A playoffs last year by West St. John, the Many Tigers didn’t take the defeat easily, and worked their “tails” off to go deeper in the playoffs and regain the coveted state title. After trouncing the Natchitoches Central Chiefs in a 28-18 win during the Jamboree, then routed the Winnfield Tigers 48-0 and took it to Marksville in a closer 28-20 matchup.

 

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