Many 45 South Plaquemines 0, Tigers advanced to quarterfinals at St. JamesQb Hayden Evans and running back Jeremiah James combined for 3 touchdowns James a rushing touchdown, Tylen Singleton 1 rushing touchdown Ked Gosey had a pick 6 touchdown and the Mighty Many high defense pitched their 2nd straight shutout to defeat the South Plaquemines Hurricanes 45-0, last Friday night to advance to a quarter final game at the Shark of St. James. The Tigers defense made a statement early as they would force a punt on the Hurricanes 1st possession of the contest. The rush by the Tigers defense blocked the punt and the results were a 1st and goal at the hurricanes 6. It only took the Tigers 1 play to score as Evans flipped a 6 yard touchdown pass to James for a early 6-0 lead as Deacon LaFollette pat was good, 7-0, 9:19 mark. Eight of 10 games this season, the Tigers have scored on their 1st possession of the game. The defense forced another hurricane punt and the Tigers in good field position at the 41. Tylen Singleton, from the Wildcat formation carried the ball down the far sideline for a 41 yard touchdown run to increase the Tigers lead to 14-0 on LaFollette pat, 4:36 left in the 1st quarter. The hurricanes 3rd punt of the night resulted only 12 yards, as the Tigers took over at the 49. From the 49, the Tigers scored their 3rd touchdown of the game as Evans completed a 22 yard touchdown pass to James with 11:35 left in the half. LaFollette pat boosted the Tigers lead at 21-0. It took the Tigers offense 2:15 for the 49 yard drive, now 21-0 for the Tigers. On the hurricanes next drive, they would pick up 3 first downs, down to the Tigers 37 yard line. Later, the hurricanes were faced with a 4th 6 at the 33, decided to go deep on a pass, but the Tigers defense once again made a big play as a defender tipped the ball away and the ball wound up in the hands of Ked Gosey as he returned the ball 56, down to the Hurricanes 39. The Hurricanes defense stiffed and forced a 29 yard field goal for a 24-0 lead at the half. The 2nd half, the Tigers received the kickoff and took over at the 42. On a 3rd and 7, Evans once again hooked up with James, this time for a 59 yard touchdown pass with 10:35 left in the third quarter. LaFollette kick is good as the Tigers lead now 31-0. The drive took 3 plays and 1:25. With 9:19 remaining in the game, James collected his 4th touchdown of the night on a 2 yard run. LaFollette pat is good, 38-0 Tiger lead. The Tigers defense, made a strong statement to close out the scoring for the night as Gosey collected his 2nd interception of the night, this one, a 25 yard pick 6, with 6:45 left in the game. LaFollette kick once again is good 45-0 Tigers. From this time and for the rest of the game, it would be a running clock, 4th straight game the Tigers defense has created to end the game. Final score, Many 45 South Plaquemines 0. Offensive stats: Many vs. South Plaquemines: Hayden Evans 6-14-89 yards, 3 touchdowns, 92 total yards. Jeremiah James 23-115 yards, 3 receiving touchdowns, 1 rushing touchdown, 199 total yards. Ty Singleton 2-34 yards, 1 touchdown. Trevor McClendon 2 reception for 8 yards. 235 yards of total offense for the Tigers.
Jeremiah James 7 rushing touchdowns helps power Many High over Springfield 61-0
Jeremiah James and the Many Tigers offense made quick work of the Springfield Bulldogs and the Tigers defense forced 7 punts, plus holding the Bulldogs on 2 different occasions on 4th downs to record a shout out as I the Tigers rolled over the Bulldogs 61-0 last Friday night on a cold and light rainy night.The Tigers, receiving the opening kickoff from their own 42 and 6 plays later the Tigers scored on a 1 yard touchdown by James, with 10:36 left in the first quarter of play. The pat failed as the ball slipped through the holders hands, 6-0, Tiger. The drive took only 1:24.
The Bulldogs 4 and out, punted to the Tigers, where they would take over from their own 48.
QB Hayden Evans got this drive started with a 25 yard pass to J.C. Hendrickson to the 11 yard line, as James scored on a 11 yard run with 7:33 remaining in the first quarter. The try for 2 failed, 12-0, Tiger s. 52 yards in 5 plays, 1:51.
With the Bulldogs failing to pick up 1st down, the Tigers has the ball at their own 45. On 2nd and 10, James went 55 yards for his 3rd touchdown in still the first quarter. LaFollette kick is good, 19-0, 5:40 left. The drive, 2 plays :15.
Defense playing solid for the Tigers stopped the Bulldogs once again. From there own 38, Tylen Singleton rambled for 23 yards. The Tigers were penalized for a block in the back. Evans connects with Hendrickson once again, this time for 32 yards, down to the 5. Next play, James would score his fourth touchdown in the contest to up the Tigers score to 26-0 on LaFollette kick. 3 plays on the drive, 3:34 left in the first quarter.
The Bulldogs facing another 4th down, came up with a 51 yard punt, down to the Tigers 23, with 2:30 left in the first quarter.
James picked up 12 yards, then Evans completed an 18 yard pass to Trevor McClendon and came right back to McClendon for another 11 yard pass, down to the Bulldogs 39. It would be James on runs of 3,6,10,10, and with a 1st and goal at the 10, James would score his 5th touchdown of the night for a 33-0 on LaFollette kick. The drive, 9 plays, 77 yards in 3:41.
The Tigers defense once again denying the Bulldogs any movement of their offense as the Tigers offense would take over at the 40 yard line. Evans completed an 11 yard pass to Jaxon Foster, to the 29, James for 3, and on the next play, James would score from 26 yards out for his 6th touchdown of the game. LaFollette kick is good, 40-0, 7:36 left in the first half. 3 plays, 40 yards 1:01.
With 5:03 left in the first half, Evans connected with Ky Warren for a 19 yard touchdown pass. LaFollette kick is good, 47-0. The drive, 2 plays 19 yards :47.
Jeremiah James would come up with a record breaking 7th touchdown of the contest, this on a 41 yard touchdown. It took only one play, and :09. LaFollette kick is good, 54-0.
From this point on, with a running clock, a lot of players got into the game, as the starting unit was pulled for the remainder of the 3rd quarter and the 4th quarter.
The younger players made a defensive goal line stand at the Tigers 15 yard line and held the Bulldogs scoreless. From the 15, Demario Woods picked up 31 yards on 2 plays. Jeremiah Williams picked up 18 yards on 3 plays and Williams would climax the scoring on the night on a 29 yard touchdown run and LaFollette pat is good for a 61-0 victory.
The Tigers will host the South Plaquemines Hurricanes this Friday night: kickoff 7 o’clock.
The Tigers improved to 8-2 on the season.
Many defeats Lakeview 56-26: District champs!!!
The Many Tigers offense once again scored quick tds on the night at Lakeview High as they built up a 28-0 lead in the second quarter on drives of 49 yards in 5 plays, 46 yards in 5 plays, 20 yards on 3 plays and 48 yards in 3 plays.
Ky Warren scored the first touchdown on the night on a 22 yard touchdown run, a drive that took only 1:10 to score. Deacon LaFollette pat is good for a 7-0, 6:47 remaining in the first quarter .
The Tigers next possession, QB Hayden Evans hooked up with tight end Jaxon Foster for a 33 yard TD pass with 2:52 remaining in the first quarter. LaFollette pat is good for a 14-0. The drive took 2:43.
On the first play of the second quarter, Evans threw a 18 yard pass to Trevor McClendon. 11:54 remaining in the second quarter as LaFollette pat is good for a 21-0 lead. The drive of 20 yards took only 1:03.
With 6:14 left in the half, Evans threw his 3rd TD pass of the night, this to Warren for 7 yards. LaFollette pat is good, now 28-0.
The Gator’s got on the scoreboard with a 55 yard touchdown run, pat failed, 3:35 left in the half, 28-6.
Three touchdown would be put on the scoreboard in the last 3:35 of the half.
Evans, 8-8, on the night, completed a 38 yard touchdown pass to Mason Leach to a 35-6 lead on LaFollette pat. The drive, 1 play, :10 to score.
The Gators on their possession, scored on a 1 yard touchdown run, pat is good, 35-14, : 55 left in the first half.
On the kickoff, the Tigers had the ball at their own 40 yard line. The first offensive play, Jeremiah James ran 60 yards for a touchdown, but the Tigers were called for 2 , 15 yards penalties to wipe out James td. After the penalties, the Tigers were pushed back to their own 25, with :31 left in the half. On the very first play from the 25, the call went to James again and he scored on a 75 yard touchdown run, with only :16 left. LaFollette pat was good for a 42-14 lead at halftime.
The second half started off with a bang, as the Gator’s onside kick was picked up at the gators 45 by Tylen Singleton as he took it to the house for the Tigers 7th td of the night as LaFollette pat is good, 49-14, Tigers.
Then Evans, with 6:15 in the third quarter, would hook up Leach once again, this an 32 yard touchdown pass, Evans 5th touchdown pass on the night. LaFollette pat is good , 56-14. The drive, 3 plays, 35 yards in a 1:20.
With this lead, it would be a running clock the rest of the contest.
The Gators would come up 2 touchdowns in the fourth quarter, for a 56-26 score.
Coach Dillon and his staff removed his starting lineup in the middle of the third and all of the fourth quarter, as the Tigers now prepares for the state playoffs.
The Tigers will host the Springfield Bulldogs this Friday night at 7.
QB Hayden Evans; 8-8, 179 yards, 5 touchdowns
Jaxon Foster, 2 receptions 42 yards, 1 touchdown
Trevor McClendon 1 reception 18 yards, 1 touchdown
Mason Leach, 2 receptions 71 yards 2 touchdowns
Jeremiah James 6 carries 120 yards, 1 touchdown
Ky Warren 1 carry 31 yards, td , 2 receptions for 29 yards , 1 receiving touchdown
Duece, 4 carries 8 yards, 1 receptions for 10 yards
288 total yards
Many over powers Red River 52-18
The Many Tigers got off to a quick start last Friday night as they scored 2 tds on 2 offensive plays enroute to a 52-18 win over the Red River Bulldogs.
WR Trevor McClendon got the scoring started on a 15 yard touchdown run with 9:42 left in the first quarter, as Deacon LaFollette pat was good for a 7-0 lead for the Tiger’s.
The Bulldogs, second punt in the early part of the game, as the Tigers netted the ball at their own 40 yard line . On first down Jeremiah James scored on a 60 yard touchdown run to up the Tigers lead 14-7 on LaFollette kick, 7:52 still in the first quarter.
With 4:36 in the first quarter, LaFollette kicked a 27 yard field goal for a 17-0.
Red River got a defensive touchdown when QB Hayden Evans fumbled into the end zone as the Bulldogs recovered, pat good, now 17-8, 10:59 left in the second quarter.
On the kickoff, the Tigers would start at the Bulldogs 46, and it was James up the middle of the Bulldogs defense and scored on a 46 yard touchdown, LaFollette pat good, now 24-8, 10:38 still remaining in the first half of play.
But James fumbled at the 44, only to have the Bulldogs fumble back to the Tigers. The Tigers would drive down to the 12 yard line. Evans attempted a pass in the end zone, but was picked off by the Bulldogs defense
The Bulldogs would go 4 and out after the interception, as the Tigers started in good field position at the Bulldogs 37, as James would add his third touchdown of the contest on a 30 yard touchdown run, LaFollette pat is good for a 31-8 lead with 1:53 left in the second quarter, as halftime ended at 31-8.
In the third quarter, Tiger’s put together a 52 yard in 5 plays as Evans connected with Ky Warren for a 31 touchdown pass with LaFollette pat, score now is 38-8, 9:22 left in the third quarter. The 52 yard drive took the Tigers 2:48 to score.
James picked up his fourth touchdown of the contest on a 22 yard run with 7:59, left in the third quarter and added a 25 touchdown run with 5:13 left, as LaFollette added two pat kicks for a 52-8 lead.
With 6:50 left in the game, the Bulldogs got a safety, and scored their first offensive touchdown of the night on a 30 yard run, pat for 2 was good, as the Tigers win 52-18, now 4-0 in district, 6-2 on the year. The Tigers will close out the regular season this Thursday night at Lakeview.
Trevor McClendon, 3 carries for 27 yards and a touchdown,
Jeremiah James 22 carries 221 yards, 5 touchdowns, 1 interceptions for 25 yards,
Ky Warren, 4 receptions 57 yards, 1 touchdown
Jaxon Foster 1, 8 yards,
Hayden Evans, 8-10, 91 yards 1 touchdown2 int, 3 carries for 20 yards
MHS Tigers had 327 yards of total offense
Many Defeats Jonesboro-Hodge
Many defeats Jonesboro Hodge 38 to 6. The Many High tigers improve to 5-2 and 3-0 in district as defeated Jonesboro Hodge tigers 38-6 last Friday night at Jonesboro Hodge. Both teams started slowly in this contest, as it would be the Many High Tiger’s getting on the scoreboard first as Jaxon Foster took in a 5 yard reception from quarterback Hayden Evans to jump out to a 7-0 lead on Deacon LaFollette pat It took MHS Tigers 1min and 12 seconds to go 38 yards in 5 plays. Jonesboro Hodge unleased a long 75-yard touchdown pass but the pat failed so MHS lead 7-6 with 3:30 left in the first quarter. The MHS tigers on their next possession would Stall at the J Hodge 3-yard line, and J Hodge recovered an MHS fumble. J Hodge playing tough against the Tigers defense as they held the ball for four minutes and 30 seconds but late in the drive J Hodge was forced to punt as MHS Tigers took over at their own 25 , with 5 :22 left in the first quarter.
Jeremiah James ripped off 21 yards to the 46. The next 2 plays resulting in 0 yards. Evans passed 5 yards to Foster to bring up a 4th down and 5. Evans completed a 17-yard pass to J.C. Hendrickson for a first down at the 32. From the Wildcat formation, Singleton picked up 16 yards and then followed that with a 16-yard touchdown run, as LaFollette pat had MHS leading 14-6, with 2:20 left in the first half.
After a J-Hodge punt, the ball came to rest at MHS 24-yard line, and only 1:01 left in the half. On third and 10, :30 remaining, Evans hooked up with Singleton for 71 yards pass play, that went all the way down to J-Hodge 5 with only :08 left. Evans ran out of bounds with :04 on the clock. Then Singleton, from the Wildcat, carried the ball into the end zone from 2 yards out to build MHS lead to 21-6 on LaFollette pat at the half.
With J-Hodge showing some offense late in the third quarter as they moved down to the MHS 16. On third and ten, J-Hodge attempted a pass, but Singleton intercepted the pass at the 10 and would return it 90 yards for another MHS touchdown with 3:29 remaining in the third quarter. LaFollette pat was good for a 28-6 MHS lead.
With 7:12, remaining in the game, James would add another touchdown for the MHS Tigers, this an 8-yard run. LaFollette, once again pat is good for a 35-6 score.
The Tigers would complete the scoring for the night in fashion as LaFollette boomed a 45-yard field goal, with 2.49 remaining in the game.
Offensively, James had 125 yards on 26 carries, Evans completed 9-15 for 149 yards, 1 td, 170 all-purpose yards, Singleton, 7 carries for 63 yards, 68 receiving yards, 138 all-purpose yards, 3 tds on the night. Demarion Woods 6 carries for 40 yards, Ky Warren 2 reception for 18 yards, Foster 3 for 18, 1 touchdown, J.C. Hendrickson 2 reception for 25 yards and Masen Leach 1 for 20 yards.
MHS Tigers return home this Friday as they will host the Red River Bulldog’s for a 7:00 kickoff. It also is Senior night.
Score by Quarters:
1 2 3 4=total
M-Hayden Evans 5 pass to Jaxon Foster (Deacon LaFollette k) 4:48 1st quarter
J.H.- 75 td pass (run failed) 3:30 1st quarter
M.- Tylen Singleton 16 run (LaFollette k.) 2:20 2nd quarter
M.- Singleton 2 run (LaFollette k. ) :04 2nd quarter
- – Singleton 90 interception return (LaFollette k.) 3:29 3rd quarter
M.- Jeremiah James 8 run (LaFollette k.) 7:12 4th quarter
M.- LaFollette 45-yard field goal 2:49 4th quarter
Many Tigers defeat Winnfield 49-0
The Many Tigers, playing tough on both sides of the ball, offensive and defensive, defeated the Winnfield Tigers 49-0 last Friday night.
Playing before a huge home crowd, a lot of excitement before the game started, as the youth football teams were honored, along with the future cheerleaders of Many High, and then a very large fireworks display greeted the MHS Tigers as they entered the field.
MHS Tigers received the opening kickoff and before fans could settle in the, Sr. running back Jeremiah James electrified the crowd with a 61 yard touchdown with 10.31 left in the first quarter of action. James had to tight rope the final 10 yards to make it into the end zone. Deacon LaFollette added the kick for a 7-0 lead.
Winnfield, on their first possession of the game, drove all the way down to the MHS half yard line, but Many would force Winnfield back to the 2 yard line. On third, Winnfield fumbled as Many recovered the ball all the way back at the 34. CB Ked Gosey made a big hit on Winnfield RB, to keep them from scoring on a 47 yard run, which resulted at the half yard line.
From the 34, James picked up 48 yards, followed by Tylen Singleton 18,James 7 yards on 2 plays and then QB Hayden Evans would score on a 1 yard TD run. LaFollette pat got Many leading 14-0, with 3:53 remaining in the first quarter.
After a Winnfield punt, MHS retained the ball at their own 46 yard line, with 1:52 still left in the first quarter.
James carried 5 times in this drive and wrapped up the 54 yard drive with a 5 yard run for his second touchdown of the evening. It took Many just a minute and 25 seconds to post a 21-0 on LaFollette pat, : 18 left in the first quarter.
Winnfield would fumble again in their possession and this turnover cost WHS 6 points, when CB Trevor McClendon scooped up the football at the 48 yard line and raced into the end zone to build the score at 28-0 as LaFollette once again was true, 10:14 left in the first half.
After another WHS punt, the Tigers took over at their own 30, 9:30 remaining in the second quarter.
James scored on a 4 yard touchdown run, with 4:12 left in the half. This drive took 5:18, 12 plays to cover the 70 yards. LaFollette pat was good for a 35-0 MHS.
WHS would cough up their 3rd fumble of the night, as MHS recovered at the 35.
On first down, Evans completed an 35 yard TD pass to Ky Warren, but the MHS would be guilty of ineligible player down field to wipe out the td. On this drive, WHS defense would stop Many on offense with :42 left in the half.
But WHS would fumble for the 4th time in the half as the MHS Tigers recovered at the 16 with :14 left to go.
Warren would get his 1st touchdown of the season on a 16 yard run as LaFollette pat was good for a 42-0 lead with only: 05 left.
In the 3rd quarter Things continue to go bad for WHS as on the 1st play they would fumble for the 5th time. J.J Anderson recovered at the 8 yard line for MHS and picked the football up and J.J. recorded his first touchdown of the season . With 10:30 in the 3rd, LaFollette pat rolled the lead up to 49-0.
With a running clock the entire second half, neither team would score as MHS record stands at 4-2, 2-0 in district.
For the night, James had 3 touchdowns, 224 yards on 22 carries for 11.1 yards per carry. Evans had 29 all purpose yards, 1 touchdowns, Singleton had 32 all purpose yards, Trevor McClendon 1 receptions for 10 yards and a defensive touchdown, Ky Warren 1 carry for 16 yards and a touchdown, J.J. Anderson 1 defensive touchdown. MHS had 304 yards of total offense on the night.
The Many Tigers will be on the road at Jonesboro-Hodge on Thursday night at 7.
Many- Jeremiah James 61 run ( Deacon LaFollette k) 10:30 1st quarter
Many- Haydey Evans 1 run (LaFollette k) 3:53 1st quarter
Many- James 5 run ( LaFollette k) :18 1st quarter
Many- Trevor McClendon 48 fumble return ( LaFollette k) 10:14 2nd quarter
Many- James 4 run ( LaFollette k) 4:12 2nd quarter
Many- Ky Warren 16 run ( LaFollette k) :05
Many- J.J. Anderson 8 fumble return ( LaFollette k) 10:30 3rd quarter
Score by Quarters
Many Tigers defeat Mansfield 42-13
Last Friday night, the Many Tigers faced the Mansfield wolverines in a district game and it was also homecoming 2023, and in the end of this battle the Tigers registered a 42-13 victory.
The wolverines took it to the Tigers defense early as they drove 55 yards in 5 plays and capped the drive off with a 16 yard run for a 6-0 lead as the pat was good, so the wolverines up 7-0 with 7:58 remaining in the first quarter.
The Tigers quickly responded, as sr running back Jeremiah James led the Tigers downfield, with Tylen Singleton throwing a 24 td pass to Hayden Evans with 4:27 left in the first quarter. Deacon LaFollette added the pat, to tie the game up at 7.
But the wolverines trying to spoil the Tigers homecoming game answered quickly with a 53 rushing TD with 4:00 remaining in the first quarter. The pat failed, so Mansfield led once again 13-7.
With 2:03, remaining in the first quarter, Evans scored on a 1 yard td and with LaFollette pat, the Tigers were up 14-13, a lead they would not relinquish.
The wolverines would have a turnover on their next possession, as Jonas Hendrickson intercepted a wolverine pass at midfield and returned it 15 yards to the wolverines 35. It took the Tigers only a minute and 46 seconds for their third touchdown of the contest as James scored from the 5. LaFollette pat is good, it’s now 21-13, 8:38 remaining in the second quarter.
Wolverines threaten midway of the second quarter, but the Tigers defense held Mansfield at the Tigers 13.
From the 13, Jeremiah James picked up 56 yards on first down,Evans picked up 4, then James polished off the drive on a 27 yard touchdown run. It only took the Tigers 3 plays to cover the 87 yard drive and also , the drive took only 1:01 . LaFollette pat was good for a 28-13 lead for the Tiger’s. 5:27 remaining in the second quarter.
Mansfield intercepted a pass at the 40 with :35 left in the first half. On second down and 1 at the Tigers 31, the wolverines selected a pass play. On the pass, Ked Gosey of the Tigers intercepted the pass at the Tigers 20, and raced down the far sidelines for a 80 yard interception return for another Tiger touchdown, which came with only :14 left in the half. LaFollette pat is good and the Tigers take a 35-13 lead at halftime.
The second half, the Wolverines would start their drive at their own 5 yard line. But the Wolverines made a strong outing, picking up 4 first downs in the drive, but were forced to punt with 5:39 remaining in the third quarter. The Wolverines held the ball for 6:21 on the drive, but came up empty in trying to put points on the board.
The Tigers would close out the scoring for the night when Singleton cruised in from 7 yards out to put the Tigers lead up 41-13, with 10:34 left in the game as LaFollette pat gave the Tigers their final points of the night and a 42-13 victory.
On offense, the Tigers had 333 total yards. Individually, Jeremiah James had 232 yards rushing 2 touchdowns and 37 yards in receiving.
QB Hayden Evans had 74 all purpose yards, 2 touchdowns. Ty Singleton had 63 all purpose years 2 touchdowns, 1 rushing and throwing a touchdown pass.
Defensively, the Tigers were led by Singleton who had 22 tackles, Ked Gosey, 13 tackles 1 interceptions that he returned 80 yards for a touchdown. J.J. Anderson, 10 tackles, 1 sack. Omarious Davis, Landon Sepulvado, and Chris Williams had 8 tackles. Jonas Hendrickson , 5 tackles, 1 1nterception of 15 yards . The Tigers defense held Mansfield offense to 318 total yards.
The Many Tigers will be back on their home turf again this Friday as the Winnfield Tigers come to town in a district game. Both teams are 1-0 in district. Game time 7:00
Newman rallies for a 49-31 win over the Many Tigers
The Newman Greenies held scoreless by the Tigers defense for almost 15 minutes into the game, came back to defeat the Tigers 49-31 last Friday night in New Orleans.
The Tigers would start the scoring for the night on a 5 yard td run by Tylen Singleton,Deacon LaFollette pat for a 7-0 lead with 9:50 remaining in the first quarter. Tigers recovered a Newman fumble at the 23 to set up the short scoring drive.
Tigers defense forced a Newman punt and the Tigers in good field position at midfield. The Tigers offense ran off 6:19 on the drive, but the Tigers would have to settle for a 26 yard field goal by LaFollette , 10-0 , with 1:15 left in the first quarter.
The Greenies got on the scoreboard on a 25 yard touchdown with 10:25 left. The Tigers would strike back quickly as QB Hayden Evans connected with Singleton for a 84 touchdown pass as the Tigers increased their lead to 17-7, 9:04 remaining in the second quarter.
The Greenies would then score 4 touchdowns , 33,23, and 14 to go 28-17 at the half.
The Tigers missed cutting into the greenies lead, but LaFollette missed wide left on a 39 field goal attempt with 5:48 left in the third quarter.
Newman scored from 66 and 42 yards out and build their lead to 42-17, 11:26 left in the game. They would complete their scoring on the night on a 37 yard touchdown, their lead now,49-17, 8:25 remaining in the game.
But the Tigers, continue the scoring as James rambled down the sideline for a 71 yard touchdown, LaFollette pat was good to cut into the lead at 49-24,7:44 left in the game.
The Tigers would conclude the scoring on the night as Evans connected with wide receiver Trevor McClendon for a 48 yard touchdown pass. McClendon made the catch at about the 10 and cruised into the end zone, 49-31 , but only :44 remaining in the game. The Tigers record stands at 2-2, a bye week this week for the Tigers, return to action at home with a district game against Mansfield, also homecoming night.
Newman record stands at 4-0
Many Tigers win a classic game, 45-42 double overtime victory over Haughton
The Many Tigers, fresh off a win over DeRidder last week made their appearance this past Friday night at Holton and kick the Buccaneers 45-42 double overtime win over the previous unbeaten team as Deacon LaFollette boomed a winning 33 yard field goal.
The Tigers receiving the kick off, would march down the field against the Buccaneers for a 10 play, 80 yard drive, climax by Jeremiah James 14 yard td run to get the Tigers on the scoreboard 6-0, LaFollette pat put the 7-0, 8:05 left in the first quarter.
The Buccaneers, with 7:59 remaining in the first quarter, got on the scoreboard by picking up their own fumble at the 21 and taking it in the end zone and would tie it up at 7. 6:46 left in the first quarter.
The Tigers, would fumble on their next possession as the Buccaneers recovered the ball at their own 39.
It took the Bucs 10 plays 61 yard drive to go ahead of the Tigers on a 24 yard td, pat good 14-7, 11:48 remaining in the second quarter.
The Tigers then 3 and out, punted to the Bucs.
The Bucs , 2 plays later scored on a 50 yard touchdown pass to up their lead to 21-7, 10:16 remaining in the second quarter. 21 unanswered points by the Bucs.
The Tigers, came storming back as Tylen Singleton scored on a 16 yard touchdown, LaFollette pat, score now, 21-14, Bucs, with 7:32 left in the half.
The Tigers defense rose up to stop the Bucs offense. The punt by the Bucs, pinned the Tigers back at their own 5.
On first down, QB Hayden Evans connected with tight end Jaxon Foster for 18 yards. James picked up 6 yards before exploding for an 48 yard run. Two plays later, Singleton scored from 2 yards out as LaFollette pat made the score 21-14, 4:29 left in the first half.
The Bucs would fumble on their next possession, as Garet Culverson recovered at the Bucs 36, with 2.46 remaining in the first half.
James would then carry for 6,4,6, yards before capping off the drive on a 14 td with:42 left in the half. James took the pitch out from Evans, reverse the field of play and scored. LaFollette pat good, 28-21. Tigers scored 21 unanswered points.
But the Bucs were not through, as they would score on the last play of the half, as the 2 teams were tied at 28,
The Tigers would recapture the lead as James scored on a 2 yard touchdown run as LaFollette pat is good,Tigers up
35-28, with 8:17 left in the third quarter.
The Bucs on their next possession, tied the game up at 35 on a 77 yard td reception, now it’s 6:24 in the third quarter.
The Tigers defense would come up with a fumble recovery at their own 20.
The offense would get all the way down to the Bucs 9, as they made a stand to stop the Tigers.
The Bucs would then drive down to score a touchdown as they now had the lead 42-35 and just 10:28 remaining in the game.
But who knew, that would be all the points they would score.
The Tigers offense and defense would then take control.
With 6:34 left in the game, James and the Tigers offense would tied the game up at 42. James scored on a 18 td run, LaFollette pat good.
The Bucs try to muster a drive late in regulation as they lined up for an 53 field goal attempt, but was blocked by the rugged Tiger team with less than : 10 seconds remaining and then its overtime.
The Tigers first possession in overtime from the 10, resulted in the Tigers being stopped at the half yard line on fourth down. Advantage Bucs: The Tigers defense stiffened and forced the Bucs to attempt a 22 yard field goal for the win, but the kicked sailed wide right. Still tied at 42, second overtime.
The Bucs went first in the second overtime, as once again, the Tigers defense, weary, banged up, tired held the Bucs out of the end zone once again and they would attempt a field goal of 22 yards, but it too went wide to the right. Now advantage: Many Tigers: on a fourth down and 17, Deacon LaFollette trots on the field for a 33 yard field goal attempt, as he drilled the ball right down the middle of the goal post to cap a hard fought 45-42 victory over the Haughton Buccaneers to improve to 2-1 on the season. The Tigers travel to New Orleans this Friday to battle Newman.
Many Tigers over DeRidder 34-13
In their first home game of the season, the Many Tigers opened up with an impressive victory over DeRidder Dragons last Friday night 34-13.
After a scoreless first quarter, the Tigers offense put together a 72 yard drive in 9 plays as Jeremiah James, scored on a 5 yard rushing TD with 10 minutes remaining in the second quarter. James set up the drive on a 35 yard run earlier in the drive. Deacon LaFollette pat was good for the 7-0 lead, a lead they would maintain throughout the game.
With 5:46 remaining in the second quarter, the Dragons, they would put together a 69 yard drive in 10 plays as running back Dylan Vines scored from 3 yards out and the pat was good as the 2 teams tied up at 7 and 2:06 left in the second quarter.
On the ensuing kickoff, the Tigers would have to start at their own 21. James ripped off 13 yards, then 2 plays later, QB Hayden Evans hooked up with WR Trevor McClendon for a huge 36 yard completion for a first down at the Dragons 38. James carried for 8 to the 30, then on the next Hayden completed a pass to Jaxon Foster who would take it in for a 30 yard touchdown . LaFollette pat was good for a 14-7 lead at half.
Tigers would start third quarter play from their own 23. James ripped off runs of 9,8,7 to Tigers 47. Then Tylen Singleton, Wildcat formation, took the snap and power his way downfield for a 53 touchdown run with 10:31 remaining in the third quarter. LaFollette pat up the lead at 21-7.
On the Dragons next possession, they would put together a 5 play, 75 yards for a TD with 7:15 left in the third quarter. Pat failed so the Tigers lead stands at 21-13.
With 4:07, remaining in the third quarter, the Dragons, punting the ball away, pinned the Tigers back to their own 5. On a second down from the 7, Singleton, took the snap, and rocked the home crowd with a 93 yard touchdown run. The pat failed as the Tigers lead is now 27-13.
From this point on, the Tigers defense would take over.
With 2:04 remaining in the third quarter, the defense would force a fumble as the Tigers recovered at the Dragons 23. On the third play, James scored from 11 yards out and LaFollette pat now are up 34-13 with 1:07 left in the third quarter.
A swarming Tiger defense led by Garet Culverson held the Dragons to only 3 first downs in the fourth quarter , in providing the Tigers first win of the season.
Many Tiger Action
The Many Tigers will be in action, Saturday, August 26, at West Monroe for a 8:00 o’clock kickoff against the Oak Grove Tigers. KTEZ, 99.9 will broadcast live with pregame activities beginning at 7:15.
Many High Tigers Host Jasper High in Scrimmage
The defending 2022 division 3 non-select state football champions , Many High Tigers, will host the Jasper Texas Bulldogs in a scrimmage game Friday August 18 . Game time is 7 p. m. Admission is $10.
Head coach Dillon Barrett of Many High and his coaching staff are eager to showcase their 2023 squad for their fans.
The scrimmage will start with JV action as they will have 30 offensive plays and 30 defensive plays.
That will be followed by Varisty action: They will battle the Bulldog’s for 2 live quarters. The 2 teams will have an overtime situation in the scrimmage game.
The Tigers will play Oak Grove In jamboree action on Saturday August 26 at 7. KTEZ, 99.9 will broadcast the Jamboree. Join Randy Bostian and Marion Koss for all the action this 2023 season
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