Tigers defeat Cardinals, break into win column

The Tenaha Tigers used big plays to break into the win column during their 47-13 Homecoming win over the Maud Cardinals, last Saturday. The Tigers now have a 1-5 overall record and are tied atop the District 11 Class 2A leaderboard with a 1-0 conference mark.
Maud capped an 80-yard drive with a 28-yard Jake McDonald touchdown during their opening possession. They led 6-0 after Tiger Trai Gardner intercepted the Cardinal’s extra point conversion attempt.

Roughriders beat Panthers for Homecoming

The Center Roughriders football team won their fifth game in a row, last Friday, when they beat the Spring Hill Panthers 56-10 during Center’s Homecoming game, and first District 6 Class 4A contest of the season. Center has now moved their overall season mark to 5-1 and haven’t lost since a 34-22 loss to Class 3A Waskom on the opening day game played on August 28. Spring Hill now falls to 0-6 on the season.

Rams defeated in district opener

The Joaquin Rams dropped to 4-2, and 0-1 in District 10AA Division 1 competition at Ram Stadium Friday night, losing to a very good Shelbyville squad by a final score of 48-0. Although a very strong defensive effort kept the Rams in the game for the first half, they were never able to sustain a drive against a stout Shelbyville defense, and eventually, the floodgates opened. Shelbyville scored 41 second half points against a tired Ram defense.