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Tigers fall late to Guardsmen

A 1-yard touchdown by Brook Hill's quarterback Jordan McGowen , and a crucial extra point kick by Calieb Chadwell, was enough for the BHHS Guards to steal a 33-32 win over the hometown Tenaha Tigers last Friday night.
The Guard trailed 32-19 late but scored two touchdowns in the final 2:27 of the contest.
 The Tigers lost in the last minute last week as well to Joaquin by a 38-35 score, and the Tigers now fall to 0-2 on the season.
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Eagles wear down Rams 35-22

Woodville- The Joaquin Rams found out that they still have some work to do to realize their goals of playing playoff football in 2015. Despite a strong effort, the Rams were defeated by the Woodville Eagles here at Eagle Stadium by a final score of 35-22 Friday night. The turnover bug bit the Rams again, and the growing pains of learning a new offense and a new defense are something that will likely only be solved with experience under the “Friday Night Lights.”
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Dragons hold off Bulldogs comeback

The Garrison Bulldogs varsity football team found themselves trailing at halftime for the second straight week , last Friday, after the Shelbyville Dragons gained a 14-0 lead by the midway intermission at Bulldogs Stadium. Octavian Burrell capped the Dragon’s first two drives with scoring runs from 3-yards and 16-yards out.
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Wildcats struggle in road game at Carlisle

The Mount Enterprise Wildcats struggled throughout Friday’s contest with the hometown Carlisle Indians varsity football team, and eventually fell 34-6.
Mount Enterprise now falls to 0-2 on the season and will look to reboung against the Union Grove Lions next Friday, September 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Wildcats Stadium. The lions are 0-2 as well after losing to west Rusk 36-7 and Carlisle 36-6.
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Wildcats struggle in road game at Carlisle

The Mount Enterprise Wildcats struggled throughout Friday’s contest with the hometown Carlisle Indians varsity football team, and eventually fell 34-6.
Mount Enterprise now falls to 0-2 on the season and will look to reboung against the Union Grove Lions next Friday, September 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Wildcats Stadium. The lions are 0-2 as well after losing to west Rusk 36-7 and Carlisle 36-6.

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