The MCHS Tigers win Homecoming 38-6 over the Cannon County Lions for their 1st home win of the season and move to 2-4 overall and 2-1 in district 8AA standings.
Dalton Driver put the Tigers on the board with a 16yd TD run and Mason Doss added the PAT with 4:37 left in the 1st, 7-0 Tigers. Just before the half, Driver picked off a pass and returned it to the 10 yardline. 2 plays later Logan Grace scored on a 4 yd QB keeper, Doss’ PAT was good the Tigers led 14-0 at the half. KJ Kitchens hammered in a 9 yd TD run with 4:01 left in the 3rd. Doss added the extra point to make it 21-0. Driver scored his 2nd TD of the game with 6:47 left in the 4th, on a 1yd run. Pat was good by Doss, 28-0. With 3:30 left in the game Doss nailed a 29 yard field goal to give the Tigers a 31-0 lead. The Lions connected on a 55 yard TD pass with 2:57 left in the game, 31-6. The Tigers answered back with a Brandon Harris 1 yd TD run. The PAT was good by Doss for the final score 38-6.
Passing: Grace 4 completions/17att/35yds. Receiving: Noles 4/35yds. Rushing: Driver 21/172yds/2TD, Kitchens 10/60yds/TD, Grace 8/-1yd/TD, Lowhorn 5/7yds, Harris 3/9yds/TD. Kitchens led the Defense with 6 tackles. Shawn Reagan 5; Graves, Partin, Harris and Swindle 4 each; Hafeli, A. Crawford and Raney 3 each; B. Crawford, St. Reagan, Simpson, Lowhorn and Coley 2 each.
The Tigers Travel to Baxter this week to take on district opponent Upperman. The Bees are undefeated and are #1 in district 8AA. Come out and support the Tigers and “I’ll see you at the game.”