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Junior Tigers defeat Jim B. Satterfield Jackets


By Tim Case

  The MCJH Tigers
(3-1) traveled to the creek bank to take on the Jim B.Satterfield Yellow
Jackets (4-1) last Tuesday night. The contest proved to be a back-and-forth
battle for both teams. 

  After a scoreless 1st
quarter the Jackets scored on the first play of the second quarter on a Trey
Stewart 12 yard TD run. The 2 point conversion failed, Jackets led 6-0.  Tanner Lowhorn had a 61 yard TD run on the
Tigers next offensive play to tie the game 6-6 after a failed 2 point play.
Three plays later, Stewart put the Jackets back in the lead on 64 yard TD
run.  2 point play was good Jackets led
14-6.  Three plays later, Lowhorn
scampers 69 yards for the TD. 2 point play failed, Tigers trailed at halftime

   The Tigers picked up
right where they left off, scoring on the 2
nd play of the 3rd
quarter.  Lowhorn ripped off another long
TD run of 59 yards. Carman added the 2 point conversion and the Tigers led for
the first time in the game 20-14.  Jacket
Chase Dallas returned the ensuing kick-off 
70 yards for a TD and after converting the 2 point play the Jackets were
back in the lead 22-20.  The Tigers lost
a fumble on their own 44 yard line and the Jackets drove deep into Tiger
territory.  Bailey Law intercepted Durham’s’
pass at the 8 yard line and on the next play Lowhorn goes 92 yards for the TD
and Carman adds another 2 point conversion and the Tigers led 28-22. 

  Early in the 4th
quarter Logan Grace recovered a Stewart fumble and Chris Mickle put the Tigers
on top 34-22 with 39 yard TD run. 
Stewart had a 48 yard TD run with 4:39 remaining in the game.  The Tiger defense made a final stand late to seal
the win 34-28.  Lowhorn finished the game
with an astonishing 322 yards on 10 carries with 4 TDs. Grace led the defense
with 7 tackles and a fumble recovery . 

  The Tigers are now
in a 3 way tie for 1
st place in the conference with Smith County and
Jim B. Satterfield MS.  The Tigers travel
to Livingston this Tuesday for possibly their biggest challenge thus far.
Until next time, “I’ll see you at the game.”