For the first time since 2014, Many High School is a Louisiana high school football state champ. The Tigers won the crown on Sunday with a 16-13 win over Kinder.
Tylen Singleton’s 23-yard Pick-6 gave Many a 16-7 lead. The deciding score earned Singleton the MVP award for the Tigers.
The play of the 2A State Championship game came courtesy of Tylen Singleton, who, at the start of the fourth, intercepted a Graham Fawcett pass and returned it for the score. Here he is breaking down the play after the game. pic.twitter.com/hXcOXTnqjG— Wesley Boone (@wesboonetv) December 28, 2020
Class 2A Most Outstanding Player— LHSAA (@LHSAAsports) December 27, 2020
#2 Tylen Singleton! pic.twitter.com/kLS0MHrpum
"We got tired of not hearing about our defense" – @coach_jcurtis— Wesley Boone (@wesboonetv) December 28, 2020
Outside of a 59 yard rush for a TD, the Tiger defense held Kinder to 46 yards rushing on 22 carries.
Many held Kinder to under 200 yards of total offense, w/2 interceptions. We'll have more tonight on the SNSB! pic.twitter.com/IUGBZ7wjxv
Many finishes a perfect 12-0.