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Wed
14
Nov
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Tigers trample Ville Platte 76-0

A Ville Platte Bulldog found he was no match for Tigers Jaylon Carhee and Brady Meshell. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

By Daniel Jones

The top seeded Many Tigers soundly defeated the last seed Ville Platte Bulldogs during the first round of the LHSAA 2A playoffs on Friday, November 9 by a score of 76-0.

The night was a special one at John Curtis Tiger Stadium, as Veterans Day was to be observed over the weekend, and on the way to the field, each Tiger shook the hands and respected those who served our country.

 

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Wed
07
Nov
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Tiger end regular season district camps, top seed

By Daniel Jones

Those mighty Many Tigers ended their regular season on Friday, November 2 not only with a huge 20-0 win against the Winnfield Tigers, but as district champs and the top seeded team going into the Class 2A LHSAA high school playoffs.

The game started with Winnfield having great field position inside Many territory, with Tristen Williams getting a run to inch a little bit closer to their end zone. The position didn’t help, as soon enough the Many Tigers were on offense and saw Caleb Leach wide open on the first Many play of the game, going 97 yards for a touchdown to bring the score to 7-0.

 

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Wed
31
Oct
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Many Tigers have no problem with Red River Bulldogs

By Daniel Jones

The Many Tigers had zero problem handing the Red River Bulldogs away on October 26, defeating the team soundly by a score of 49-6.

To start, Many won the toss deferred to receive to begin the second half. The bulldogs took a short kick at their 45-yard-line. Bulldog quarterback Gakerreon McDonald handed off to Patrick Perkins to begin their drive for very little gain. It wasn’t long, despite Johnnie Maxie getting close to first down yardage.

Ni’Kendrick took the first carry of the night for the tigers, getting thee yards on the down. Shortly afterward, he received a toss for his first touchdown of the night, leaving the score at 7-0.

 

 

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Wed
24
Oct
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Lakeview no match for high-powered Tigers

By Daniel Jones, editor

The 0-8 Lakeview Gators were no match for the Many Tigers during their game at John Curtis Tiger Stadium in Many on October 19.

The problems for Lakeview were apparent from the start. After taking the initial kickoff a Gator was upended at the 27-yard line, beginning their first offensive series of the night. Shortly after an illegal procedure penalty against Lakeview, it was Myron Warren, who has been receiving lots of interest from large Division 1 colleges after opening up his recruiting again, dropped the quarterback with a huge tackle.

The Gators were forced to punt, giving the Tigers fantastic field position due to a horse collar tackle, which added 15 on to the initial return.

 

 

Thu
18
Oct
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Eagles no match for top-ranked Tigers

By Daniel Jones

The Holy Savior Menard Eagles were no match for the Many Tigers on October 12, as they were soundly defeated 47-0 by the top ranked 2A team in the state.

The Eagles received to open but were unable to mount any significant offense for large swaths of the game.

The Tiger offense opened up the game being pinned deep in their own territory after a particularly good Eagle punt. Josh Carroll and Cadillac Rhone were in sync immediately, with Carroll gaining yardage consistently through the series, while aided by a few Menard penalties. He would eventually score on a 19-yard toss from Cadillac to bring the score to 6-0.

 

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Tigers trounce Bunkie 61-0 for 2018 Homecoming

By Daniel Jones

The Many Tigers put on quite a show for the numerous fans returning home for Homecoming by completely routing the Bunkie Panthers 61-0 in district play.

Before the game started, a ceremony officially changed the name of the Tigers’ playing grounds to John Curtis Tiger Stadium, in honor of long-time local businessman and philanthropist John Curtis, whose love of football and the Many Tiger program cannot be matched.

At halftime, Karata Jackson was named this year’s Homecoming Queen.

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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City Bank donates to Many Tigers football

City Bank donated Gatorade to the Many High School Football team. We are happy to support our local Tigers and wish them a great season! Pictured are City Bank employees Pam Meshell and Kristy Miller with MHS Tigers Tavier William, Josh Carroll, and Beau Ross.

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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Tigers decimate Carroll Bulldogs

Leonard Hickman and Caleb Leach enter the field before the Tigers faced off against the Carroll Bulldogs on September 28.

 

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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City Bank donates to Many Tiger football

Tanya Peterson presents a donation on behalf of City Bank to MHS Football Head Coach Jess Curtis and MHS Principal, Norman Booker.

 

 

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Wed
26
Sep
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Tigers take out Farmers

Carson Curtis, who just joined the team this season after playing for North Desoto, is shown as he chases Travion Holly of the Union Farmers.

 

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