Regional Sports

Many Tigers escaped with a 2 point win

It was a semifinal game that was more explosive than the fireworks display last Friday night as the Tigers London Williams 5 TD’S performance led the Tigers to a 40-38 victory over the Avoyelles Mustang to advance to the state championship game this Friday at the Caesar Superdome.  Game time 3:30.
       The Tigers took their opening drive in the game as London Williams ramble for a 34 yard TD run with 10:04 remaining in the first quarter.  The 2 point conversion failed as the Tigers lead is 6-0.
        The Mustangs put on a 77 yard drive that was capped off on a 21 yard TD run.  The 2 point conversion was good and the Mustangs was in the lead 8-6. 5:49 remaining in the first quarter.
        But the Tigers would bounce right back when Jack Deville hauled in a 21 TD pass from Tackett Curtis and the Tigers regained the lead at 12-8,as the 2 point failed. :57 left in the first quarter.
        The scoring continued as the Mustangs scored on a 2 yard TD run, 2 point conversion was good and the Mustangs led 16-12, 11:04left in the second quarter.
         London William and the Tigers struck quickly this time, a 52 yard TD run.  Jeremiah  James 2 point conversion good , 20-16 Tigers lead . 10:09 remaining in the second quarter.
      It would be the Mustangs scoring with 4:48remaining in the second quarter and a 22-20 lead over the Tigers.
        The Tigers would take the lead at 26-22 with 1:57 left in the first half.
            The Tigers opened up the scoring in the third quarter as they started in good field position, at the Mustangs 27. Williams 5 yard TD run and Curtis pat put the Tigers up by 12 at 34-22. 11:24 left in the third quarter
            The Mustangs refused to go away as a 31 yard TD run, 2 point conversion good, and now its 34- 30, Many by 4. 7:45 left in the third quarter.
           After a punt by the Tigers, the Mustangs took over at their own 31 with 6:04 remaining in the third quarter.
           On this processing, the Mustangs would drive 69 yards on 14 plays and would score on a 24 TD pass and 9:36 left in the game.  The drive lasted 8:28. The 2 point conversion good and the Mustangs lead is now 38-34.
           The Tigers struck back quickly once again as Williams 5th TD of the night on a 58 yard run with 8:36 to
put the Tigers up for good at 40-38, as the pat failed.
      The Tigers will travel to New Orleans for a 3:30 Friday kickoff at the Ceasar Superdome. The Tigers will face off with the Amite Warriors.
       The Tigers had 350 yards of total offense while the Mustangs had 396 yards of total offense.
       The Tigers rushed for 329 yards, the Mustangs rushed for 338 yards.
    Mustangs had 21 first downs, the Tigers had 12.
       The Tigers are now 13-1. The Mustangs ended their season at 11-3.

Many Tigers roll over Rosepine 50-12

High school football plays 48 minutes to determine a winner, but Friday night it took the Many Tigers only 7:31 into the opening quarter to open up a 30-0 lead and would defeat the Rosepine Eagle’s 50-12 in a quarterfinal game.
      The Tigers opening drive of 64 yards was climaxed by a 47 TD run by Jeremiah James with 10:23 into the game for a 6-0 lead
        A bad snap on 4th down by  the Eagles, resulted in a 1st and goal at the 5 for the Tigers as James scored on a 2 yard TD run.  The pat was good for a 14-0 lead with 8:33 still in the first quarter.
       The Eagles , on a 2nd down play, had their pass intercepted by Jayvion Smart who would return it from 28 yards out and the Tigers lead now was at 22-0 , 7:49 left in the first quarter.
        The Eagles misfortune continues.  On their 1st play after receiving the kickoff, fumble at the 24, the Tigers recovered.
        On 1st down, Tackett Curtis completed a pass to a wide open Jack Deville for a touchdown of 24 yards. With the pat, the Tigers opened up a 30-0 lead with 7:31 left in the first quarter.
        The Eagles came back with TD passes of 33 & 11 yards to make it 30-12 with 2:21remaining in the second quarter.
         But the Tigers would answer right back, as London Williams scored on a 20 yard TD run with :28 remaining in the first half.  36-12 at the half.
       In the third quarter, London Williams scored on a 4 yard TD run to increase the Tigers lead to 44-12 with 7:42 remaining in the third quarter.
       Jeremiah James closed out the scoring on the night with a 5 yard TD run as the Tigers advance with the 50-12 victory.
      The Tigers offense totaled 314 yards, while Rosepine had 173 yards.
          London William’s had 121 yards on 20 carries and 2 TD’S. Jeremiah James rushed for 107 yards on 13 carries and added three touchdowns.
       Jack Deville had 2 receptions for 40 yards and a touchdown.
        The Tigers will be on their home turf this Friday as they will host Avoyelles in a semifinal game. Kickoff 7 o’clock.
        With the victory, the Tigers improved to 12-1,while Rosepine closed out at 11-2.

Many 51 East Feliciana 22

The Many Tigers travel to Clinton last Friday night and brought back a huge win, as they defeated East Feliciana 51-22 and now advance to host the Rosepine Eagle’s.
     The Tigers opened up the scoring as they drove 69 yards on 11 plays. London William’s capped off the drive on a 6 yard TD run.  Deacon Lafollette added the pat for a 7-0 lead with 6:04 remaining in the first quarter.
      It didn’t take long for East Feliciana to score as they would get on the board, a 55 yard TD pass. It was their first offensive play of the game. The pat was good.  7-7, with 5:55remaining in the first quarter.
       The Tigers would put together another 11 play drive, this one covering 55 yards, as Jeremiah James scored on a 1 yard TD run to give the Tigers a 13-7 lead with 11:20 remaining in the second quarter.
       The Tigers next drive was setup, when Ty Singleton intercepted a pass at the 25.
        From their own 25, it took the Tigers only 5 plays to score as London Williams raced for his 2nd TD of the night on a 25 yard run and the Tigers lead increased to 21-7 with 2:43remaining in the second quarter.
       East Feliciana wasted little time to score, as they would drive 52 yards in 3 plays. A 2 yard TD run put the score at 21-14 as the first half ended.
        The Tigers struck early in the third quarter when London Williams scampered 41 yards for a touchdown to up the Tigers lead to 29-14 with 10:45 remaining in the third quarter.
       With 7:03, East Feliciana cut the margin to 29-22 on a 3 yard TD run, but thats as close as East Feliciana would get.
         Jayvion Smart returned an interception for 32 yards for a 37-22 lead with 6:47 remaining in the third quarter. Smart had 3 interception on the night.
          Jeremiah James had TD’S, 21 & 22 , late  in the fourth quarter,  to close out the scoring on  the  night, as the Tigers posted a 51-22 victory in the second round of the state playoffs.
        London William’s, 24 carries for 167 yards and 3 TD’S.  Jeremiah James, 21 carries for 161 yards and also had 3 TD’S.
        The Tigers had 358 yards of offense, while East Feliciana had 210 yards on the night to close their season at 6-6.
       So it’s,  The Many Tigers (11-1), hosting the Rosepine Eagle’s (11-1) this Friday night.  Game time 7 o’clock

Many Tigers win 49-0

The Many Tigers got down to business early in the first quarter in their first state playoff game as they racked up 21 points in the quarter, enroute to a 49-0 victory.
        In the first quarter, Jeremiah James scored on a 28 yard TD run, then it was London Williams adding a 21 yard TD scamper and Swazy D. Carheel scoring on a 1 yard fumble recovery.  Deacon Lafollette kicked good for all pat’s for a 21-0 lead after quarter.
         Jeremiah James rushed for 2 TD’S in the second quarter on runs of 26 & 15 yards.  Lafollette points after saw the Tigers lead at 35-0 at the half.
          London William’s concluded the scoring on the night on a 64 yard TD in the third quarter and added a 1 yard TD run in the fourth quarter.  Lafollette, who was perfect on the night 7 for 7, added the final 2  points for the 49-0 win.
        The Tigers defense held Independence to minus 10 yards on the night, while the Tigers had 468 yards in the contest.
        London William’s rushed for 235 yards and also had 3 TD’S on the night.
        Jeremiah James tallied 134 yards, who also had 3 TD’S for the host team.
        The Tigers will travel to Clinton, as they will play East Feliciana this Friday night.  East Feliciana defeated Pine last Friday night on the road 55-35.

Many Championship Softball Players Sign Letters of Intent

Camryn Ford signs her national LOI to attend Northwestern State University and play softball after her senior year at Many High School.

Many High Schools Jada Carhee signs her letter of intent to attend Arkansas Pine Bluff after graduation.

Many Pitcher Tia Holmes signs her LOI to attend LSUA. Tia is a lefty Pitcher and power hitter which led her team to win the state championship in Class 2A last spring.

Many Tigers Defeat Lakeview Gators

The Many Tigers wrapped up the regular season last Friday night at Lakeview with a 50-0 win over the Lakeview Gators.
      The Tigers, with TD runs of 22, 27, 6, and 16 by London Williams for a 29-0 lead after 1 quarter of play.  London totaled 75 yards on 5 carries in the district game.
       The second quarter, Malik Garner intercepted a Gator pass at the 5 and returned it for 95 yards for the score. This int came 1 play later after the Gators intercepted a Tiger pass and returned it 62 yards, down to the Tigers 5 yard line.  At the half it was 36-0.
      Jamarlyn Garner added to the scoring in the third quarter on a 40 yard TD run to up the Tigers lead to 43-0, as the second half was with a running clock.
      The scoring for the night concluded when Sean Mitcham hauled in a 35 yard pass from Joseph Yount.  Deacon Lafollette added the point conversion for the 50-0 win. Lafollette was 6 for 6 on points after the TD’S.
      The Tigers totaled 293 yards on the night, while the Tigers defense held the Gators to a minus 14 yards for the night.
     With a 9-1 record, the Tigers will open up the playoffs season at home this Friday night.
      The Lakeview Gators finished the season at 1-9.

Many Tiger Wallops the Bunkie Panthers

Late in the second quarter, the Bunkie Panthers, tied the game up at 28 on a 23 yard TD pass.  But, on the ensuing kickoff, Jeremiah James put the Tigers back on top, and they would never trailed from then on,  with a  77 run to have the Tigers with a 34-28 at the half.

       The Tigers, in the third quarter, put 32 points on the scoreboard.
         London William’s started the scoring in the third, with a 67 TD run and Jeremiah James had TD’S of 57, 79 yards.  Nick Tatum got into the scoring column for the Tigers with a fumble return of 41 yards, as the Tigers built their lead to  66-28 entering the fourth quarter.
       London William’s would close out the scoring on the evening with a 67 TD as the Tigers routed the Panthers 73-28 to improve their record at 8-1(5-0) in their district.
       London William’s rushed for 299 yards and 5 TD’S on the night.
       Jeremiah James had 3 TD’S on the night, 174 rushing.
        For the season, London Williams has rushed for 1742 yards and 29 TD’S.
        Jeremiah James has rushed for 976 on the year and 10 TD’S.
         On the bunkie game, the Tigers had 521 yards of total offense, while the Panthers had 147 yards.
         The Tigers will conclude the regular season with a road game at Lakeview Friday night.

Tigers roll over Menard 50-13

The Many Tigers continue their dominance in district play last Friday night as their offense piled up 501 yards on the night enroute to a 50-13 win over the Menard Eagles.
     The Tigers were led by Trent Williams 241 yards and 4 touchdowns and followed closely by London Williams 211 yards who also had a TD on the night.
     The Tigers were up 12-0 after 1 quarter of play on a 4 yard TD run by T. Williams and a 76 yard interception return by Jamarlyn Garner.
         The second quarter, London Williams 60 yard TD run put the Tigers up 20-0 at intermission.
          In the 3rd quarter, T. Williams added a 6 yard TD run and Tylen Singleton would give the Tigers their second interception return for a touchdown ashe would take it in from 62 yards out.  That TD ran the Tigers score up to 36-0 entering the 4th quarter.
       T. Williams would wrap up the scoring on the night with  TD runs of 88 & 94 yards.
       The Eagles got 2 TD’S in the 4th quarter as they picked up 59 yard TD run and  a 14 yard TD pass as the game ended in a 50-13 Tigers  victory.
      The Eagles had a total of 182 yards of offense for the night.
       The Tigers improved to 7-1, 4-0 in district.  They will host Bunkie this Friday night in another district game.

Many Tigers take on Avoyelles Mustangs

The game Friday night at Many, between the Tigers of Many and the Avoyelles Mustangs went down to the last 50 seconds of the game as Tackett .
Curtis 15 yard TD run to put the Tigers on top 34-30 and the victory in a very big district game.
     The Mustangs open up the scoring in this contest as they would drive 72 yards on 8 plays, on a 3 yard TD run with 7:28 remaining in the first quarter.
      The Tigers would answer back with their first possession of the contest as they capped off a 49 yard drive with London Williams scoring on a three yard TD run. Two point conversion failed as the score Mustangs owned an 8-6 lead after 1 quarter of play.
        The Mustangs would increase their lead to 16-6 as they scored on a 64 TD pass on the very first play of the second quarter.
        With the Mustangs back on offense after stopping the Tigers on 4th down, they would drive down to midfield only to have the Tigers creating a fumble and it would be Swazy D. Carheel picking up the loose football and ramble 58 yards for a touchdown as the Tigers trailed 16-14 with 3:32 left in the first half.
      With only 1:51 remaining in the first half, and the ball at the Mustangs 21, the Tigers took only 3 plays to take their first lead of the game as Trent Williams scored on a 1 yard run.  This was setup on a 17 yard run by London Williams. At the half it was Many 20 Avoyolles 16.
     The Tigers would increase their lead to 26-16 with a 5 yard TD run by.  T. Williams.  The drive of 47 yards took only 6 plays, so with 8 minutes left in the third quarter, the Tigers are now up 26-16.
       Then the Mustangs come roaring back to take a 30-26 lead on a 96 yard TD run and a 36 fumble return for a touchdown with 11:02 left in the game.
        With only 3:08 remaining in this game, the Tigers defense held the Mustangs on a 4th play and the Tigers had good field position at the Mustangs 26. On the 4th play in this series, Curtis took it in for a touchdown with only :52 left in the game and the Tigers hung on to win this very important game 34-30.
        The Tigers are now 6-1 overall,  3-0 in district . The Mustangs fall to 6-1 and 2-1 in district.
       Tackett led the rushing for 106 yards on 7 carries, followed by London Williams 91 yards on 24 carries.
        The Tigers had 296 total offense yards, with 277 on the ground.
        The Mustangs had 302 total yards with 210 yards on the ground.

Many Wallops Winnfield 50-0

Homecoming Friday night, was a wonderful event, as the decorations were everywhere and the Many Tigers strong performance on both sides of the football, resulted in a 50-0 win. The Tigers of Many are now 5-1, 2-0, in district. This sets up a big showdown Friday night, October 15, as the Avoyelles Mustang come to town with a 6-0, 2-0 record.

      The Many Tigers open a 20-0 lead in the first quarter as Jeremiah James scored on td runs of 5 and 17 yards.  London Williams added a 33 td run.
    The second quarter saw l. Williams scored twice, a 23 and a 2 yard run as Many built a 36-0 lead at the half.
     At the halftime ceremonies, the homecoming court were honored and a new homecoming queen was crowned, as  senior Kaley Koss, was crowned queen for the 2021 season.
      In the third quarter, the Many Tigers would wrap their victory with a 4 yard TD run by Trent Williams and a 53 TD run from l. Williams.  Deacon Lafollette  kicked extra points after the  TD’S  in the third.
     The Many Tigers offense was too much for the Winnfield defense as Many had 336 yards on the night, while the Winnfield offense could only get 48 yards against the Many defense.
      London William’s rushed for 156, 4 TD’S, while Jeremiah James had 77 yards, with 2 TD’S for the Many Tigers.

Tigers of Many Grinds Past Red River

The Many Tigers started district play Friday night with a 44-31 win over the Red River Bulldogs in Coushatta.

    The Tigers opened the scoring on the evening when they drove down the field on their opening drive that was capped off with a 9 yard run by London Williams and then Tackett Curtis added the 2 point conversion for an early 8-0.
    After stopping the Bulldogs on their opening drive, the Tigers offense was back to work and it was London Williams 66 TD run and Jeremiah James adding the 2 point conversion for a 16-0 1st quarter lead.
    The Bulldogs put together a drive that was capped off with a 2 yard TD run, but the conversion failed. 
    Trent Williams added on to the Tigers lead with a 1yard TD run. It was all Tigers as they took a 22-6 lead at the half. 
    The Bulldogs scored on a 35 yard TD pass and a 2 yard TD to cut the Tigers lead to 22-18. The Tigers answered back with James,who rushed for 213 yards on the night,took it in for a 5 yard TD. 
     In the 4th quarter,the Bulldogs scored on a 69 yard TD and once again the deficit was cut to 30-25.
     The Tigers answered back with a 53 yard TD and Trent Williams on a 9 yard run, that was sandwiched between a 75 yard TD pass for the Bulldogs,and it was the Tigers coming away with a 44-31 victory. 
     Jeremiah James led the rushing for the Tigers with 213, 2  TD,while London Williams,left the game in the first half with an ankle injury, had 117 yards on 8 carries and 2 TD’S.
    The Many Tigers 4-1,had 447 yards of total offense while the Red River total offense was 379. The Tigers will host the Winfield Tigers in their homecoming game Friday night October 8th. 

Week 4 High School Football Scores

Jasper 33 Hardin-Jefferson 3

West Orange-Stark 40 Newton 26

Kirbyville 33 Grapeland 14

Orangefield 41 Buna 0

Silsbee 30 Texarkana Pleasant Grove 20

Rusk 58 Bullard 22

Chapel Hill 59 Center 21

Anahuac 33 Bridge City 0

East Chambers 23 Lumberton 21

Hemphill 36 Huntington 7

Warren 42 Deweyville 22

Cushing 22 Evadale 20

Burkeville 20 Mount Enterprise 8

Beckville 48 West Sabine 21

West Rusk 62 San Augustine 7

Local High School Football Schedule for Friday, September 17, 2021

Hardin-Jefferson at Jasper – 7:30

West Orange-Stark at Newton – 7:30

Kirbyville at Grapeland – 7:30

Orangefield at Buna – 7:30

Hemphill at Huntington – 7:00

Cushing at Evadale – 7:00

Deweyville at Warren – 7:00

High Island at Colmesneil – 7:00

Mount Enterprise at Burkeville – 7:00

West Sabine at Beckville – 7:00

West Rusk at San Augustine – 7:30

Woodville at Little Cypress-Mauriceville – CANCELLED

Many Tigers Win over DeRidder Dragons

The Many High Tigers hit the field running Friday night as they rushed for 2 touchdowns in the first quarter for a 16-0 lead and over powered the 4-a Dragons 61-26.
London Williams smashed the Dragon defense for 5 touchdowns and 280 yards on the night. Williams had runs of 32, 32, 24, 44, and 84 yards for touchdowns.
Jayvion Smart electrified the night in the 3rd quarter with a 98 yard touchdown on a kick-off return.
Jeremiah James also rushed for over 100 yards for the Tigers with 106 total yards.
The Tigers racked up 449 yards total offense, all on the ground while the Dragons had 205 rushing and 35 passing for 240 on the night.
The Tigers will travel to North Desoto this Friday night. Many now is 1-1, while the Dragons also are 1-1.

Pine Cone Bowl

The Pine Cone Bowl lived up its expectation Friday night in Pineland as the two teams battled it out toe to toe in the first half, but the Hemphill Hornets out scored the West Sabine Tigers 25-7 in the second half to take a 53-26 victory.
At the start of the 2nd half the Tigers took the kick-off, but only to have the Hornets return an interception 60 yards for a touchdown and that would increase their lead to 34-19 and on their way to the 53-26 Hornet victory.
The Tigers held an early 7-6 land at the 6:59mark of the first quarter.
The Hemphill Hornets will travel to Hunnington this Friday for a 7:30 kick-off.
The Hornets are now 1-1, while West Sabine falls to 0-2.
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