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Wed
30
Oct

Winnfield Suffers Heartbreaking Loss Falls to Many by one point, 34-33

Winnfield Suffers Heartbreaking Loss Falls to Many by one point, 34-33

Winnfield huddled on the thirty-yard line after the heartbreaking loss to Many last Friday, the Winnfield Coaches kept saying the same thing, “the difference in that one-point loss and winning is our ability to take care of the little things at practice during the week.”

The loss dropped the Tigers to 3-5 on the season.

Coach Bankston said after the game “As was the case during the close games this year, this game didn’t come down to four or five plays that made the difference, it was the hidden things dealing with mindset, preparation during the week and the execution of each defensive play and offensive play.

 

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Wed
23
Oct

Tigers fall short in district play

The Tigers had to fight back from a 14-point deficit starting with only two minutes and forty seconds into the game against Bunkie last Friday night in Bunkie. On the opening play of the game, the Bunkie runner takes a pitch and runs untouched into the end zone for the first score of the night. On the kickoff, Bunkie onside kicks and Bunkie recovers and runs a reverse and scores again. Winnfield takes its first possession and marches down the field on a seven play drive and scores on handoff to Isiah Loucious from three yards out.

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Wed
09
Oct

Winnfield Tigers Defeat Buckeye, Win Squirrel Bowl

Winnfield Tigers Defeat Buckeye, Win Squirrel Bowl

Every year, the team that defeats or is defeated by Buckeye on the day before Squirrel Season wins the Squirrel Bowl. Pictured are Coach Tharp, Coach Bankston, and Coach Carroll holding the Squirrel Bowl trophy

After losing the last two games, the Tigers won big over the 3-A Buckeye Panthers 39-6 at Stokes Walker Stadium last Thursday night. It didn’t take long for the Tigers to get on the score board as they marched 65 yards capped off by a 15 yard pass from Eli Spangler to Jailyn Carter. DeBusk hit the extra point for a quick 7-0 lead. After a bone jarring tackle by freshman Alex Adams, Winnfield forced Buckeye to punt. The Tigers next possession looked promising until a backwards pass was picked up by Buckeye and taken to the five. The Tiger defense held for three downs and on 4 th and one Buckeye snuck it in for six. Buckeye missed the extra point.

 

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Wed
02
Oct

P.K. Smith Player of the Week

P.K. Smith Player of the Week

Pictured from Left to Right: Danny Parker, Keladrian Crumble-Offensive Tackle, Lynn Bankston, and Mike Smith

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Wed
02
Oct

Winnfield Tiger Football Outscored by Avoyelles

The Winnfield Tigers made the long road trip to Avoyelles last Friday in the district opener. The opening play by Avoyelles was a fifty yard run for a touchdown. Winnfield took the kick off and was stopped and had to punt, backing the Mustangs up to the twenty. The Mustangs drove the ball down the field eating up three or four yards per carry and scored again.

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Wed
25
Sep

P.K. Smith Player of the Week

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From Left to Right, Dany Parker, Baron Collins, Head Coach Lynn Bankston, and Mike Smith Baron had 13 tackles on defense

From Left to Right, Dany Parker, Baron Collins, Head Coach Lynn Bankston, and MikeSmith Baron had 13 tackles on defense.

 

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Wed
25
Sep

Winnfield Tiger Football Comes Up Short In Home Opener Against Caldwell

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The Winnfield Tigers battled hard for four quarters but came up short in a loss to Caldwell 20-7. The game started out giving Winnfield good field position after a Caldwell on side kick. After a three and out, Caldwell partially blocked a Cole DeBusk punt. Caldwell started on their own twenty six with Winnfield getting a facemask penalty after a Caldwell five yard loss. On the next play it looked like Winnfield had the Caldwell runner hemmed up but Caldwell reversed field for a twenty five yard gain. On 4 th and goal at the seven yard line, Caldwell made a perfect pass and catch to put the Spartans up by seven.

Wed
18
Sep

Sikes Wolf Creek Festival to Feature Special Music

On Saturday September 21, Sikes will host the Wolf Creek Festival. The day will start of with a parade at 9 A.M followed by opening ceremonies at 9:30. At 10 AM, the Bayou Blend Barbershop Quartet will play followed by the Sanctuary Quartet at 11. The day will then end with Scotty Temple and Southbound Train at 7 PM. Cost of admission is just $2 from 9 AM to 5 PM and $5 after 7 pm. There will be plenty of activities and vendors, so come out and have a good time.

 

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Wed
18
Sep

Senior Spotlight

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Timothy Bryce Maloy is in this week’s Senior Spotlight. Bryce is a senior at Winnfield Senior High School. Bryce is a member of Beta, 4-H, Honors Society, Tiger Mentors, and the Fellowship of Christian Students. In addition, Bryce has been a member of the power lifting team, linebacker for the football team, and a member of the baseball team. With his help, the Winnfield Senior High powerlifting team placed second in the state last year. Individually, Bryce also placed first in district and regional competition. Bryce plans on majoring in Electrical Engineering at McNeese State University in the fall.

 

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Wed
11
Sep

Winnfield Tiger Football Prevails In Season Opener

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From Left to Right: Danny Parker, Joshua Tinnerello, Coach Lynn Bankston, and Mike Smith. Joshua Tinnerello (QB/DB) was honored as the P.K. Smith Player of the Week. He had two interceptions and 75 yards rushing in the win against Jonesboro Hodge.

According to Eddie Jenkins, WSHS Football Alum and creator of WinnfieldTigerFootball.com, WSHS and Jonesboro-Hodge have one of the longest running series in Louisiana High School Football history. The two have faced each other each year since 1945. Through the 2019 season, the two schools have met 92 times on the football field with Winnfield leading the series 48-42-2.

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