The DeKalb County Tigers lost at Livingston Academy 35-13 in the regular season finale Friday night. DC finishes 9-1 overall and 4-1 in the district. Livingston Academy also concludes the season at 9-1 and claimed the district championship at 5-0. Both teams have qualified for the state play-offs beginning next Friday night.
Wildcat quarterback Brock McCoin scored the first of his five touchdowns of the game on a five yard touchdown run with 6:34 left in the first period, capping a nine play drive on Livingston Academy's opening series. The P.A.T. by Eli Saddler was good and the score was 7-0
McCoin scored again with 8:12 left in the second period on a six yard touchdown run. Saddler converted the extra point and Livingston Academy led 14-0.
The Tigers got on the board with 37 seconds left before halftime on a five yard touchdown pass from quarterback Lucas Phillips to Will Molander. Ben Driver converted on the P.A.T. and DeKalb County trailed 14-7.
McCoin scored his third touchdown of the game on a nine yard run with 3:52 left in the third period. Saddler converted on the extra point and Livingston Academy extended its lead to 21-7
The Wildcats took a 28-7 lead on a 42 yard touchdown run by McCoin with five seconds left in the third period. The P.A.T. by Saddler was good.
DeKalb County's Chris Chapman scored on a 10 yard touchdown run with 8:31 left in the fourth period. The P.A.T. try by Ben Driver was no good and the Tigers trailed 28-13.
Livingston Academy's Brock McCoin scored his fifth touchdown of the game on a 62 yard run with 7:35 left. The extra point by Saddler was good and the Wildcats went on to win 35-13.