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MCJHS Split Final Two Games


By Tim Case

  The MCJH Tigers hosted the Cornerstone Yellow
Jackets last Tuesday night for parents’ night and also the final regular season
game of 2011. 

  The Tigers kicked
off first and the defense forced a quick three and out to start the game.  After an exchange of punts Logan Grace
intercepted a pass near mid field and returned it to the 42 in Yellow Jacket
territory.   Tanner Lowhorn scored on a
12 yard run and Grace passed to Austin for the two point conversion giving the
tigers an 8-0 lead late in the first quarter. 
Cornerstone drove to the Tiger one yard line when Logan Grace
intercepted the ball in the end zone and returned it 103 yards for a Tiger TD.
Carman ran the two point conversion in and the Tigers took a 16-0 lead.   On the final play of the half Grace connects
with Mickle for an eight yard TD pass. 
Lowhorn added the two point conversion and the Tigers led 24-0 at the

  Lowhorn scored on a
50 yard TD run to start the 3
rd quarter. Carman added the two point
conversion. Tigers led 32-0. Cornerstone got on the board in the 4
quarter on a 17 yard TD pass. The two point play was no good, Tigers led 32-6.  Macon’s Bailey Law scored on a 60 yard TD run
with 4:14 left in the 4
th quarter. 
Two point play failed Tigers led 38-6. Cornerstone added a cosmetic TD
late to make the final score 38-14. 

  The win put the
Tigers in the MTFC championship game where they would face the Livingston
Wildcats in a rematch from September 22, a game which the Tigers lost 8-6. 

  The Tigers scored
first on a 62 yard 10 play drive as Lowhorn gets in on a four  yard TD run. 
Grace hits Law for the two point play. 
Tigers led 8-0.  The defense
forced a three and out to get the ball back. 
Carman fumbled after a 12 yard gain at the 45 yard line which the
Wildcats recovered.  Clark connected with
Hollars on a 45 yard TD pass. The two point play was good and the score was
tied at 8-8.  The Tigers drive 73 yards
in 10 plays and score on a Chris Mickle eight yard TD run. The two point play
failed and the Tigers took the lead 14-8. The Wildcats returned the ensuing kickoff
77 yards for a TD.  The two point play
failed and the halftime score was 14-14. 

  The Wildcats scored
on the opening drive of the 2
nd half and again midway through the 4th
quarter to make the final score 28-14. Macon played a good game but just fell a
little short. 

  The Tigers end the
season 6-3 and MTFC runner-ups.  I would
like to personally thank the players and coaches for their hard work and
dedication this year and congratulations on another  successful season.