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Former Natchitoches Central Chief signs at La. College
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Many High School Tiger Tripp Davis, seated at center, puts pen to paper and signs a commitment to play football at Louisiana College in Pineville Feb. 28. The athlete played the past two seasons in Many after transferring from Natchitoches Central after his sophomore year. Pictured alongside the young man are his parents, Jim and Cindy Davis, along with Tiger Coach Jess Curtis. 
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Tripp Davis, who has led the Many High School Tigers as quarterback over the last two seasons, has decided to play at the next level, and signed to play with Louisiana College in Pineville.

According to, Tripp has over 2,086 passing yards for the Tigers, which represents an average of 189.6 per game. He has thrown for 22 touchdowns while wearing the red and black.

Coach Jess Curtis, who coached Davis during his two years at MHS, had nothing but positive things to say about the athlete.

“Tripp is a great kid and representative of Many High School football,” Curtis said.

The coach continued his speech by noting that Louisiana College has a great football program that fits Davis’s style of play perfectly. He also has the option of playing baseball, and is being encouraged to do so by Coach Chris Laurence.
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