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Macon County Dominates in 55-14 Blow-Out Win Over Tigers

The Macon County Tigers won the battle of the cats Friday night scoring eight touchdowns enroute to a 55 to 14 blow-out win over the DeKalb County Tigers on Senior Night in Smithville.

With the loss, DeKalb County falls to 2-6 on the season while Macon County improves to 3-4.

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Macon County's Zack Shockley scored the first points of the night on an eleven yard touchdown run. Carson Cook converted on the extra point and the visitors led 7-0 with 9:19 left in the first period.

Dallas Grace gave Macon County a two touchdown lead with 2:44 left in the first period on a one yard touchdown run. Cook's extra point was good and the score was 14-0.

Zack Shockley scored his second touchdown of the night on a five yard run with 10:06 left in the second period. Cook's extra point was good and Macon County held a 21-0 advantage.

Sullivan Finishes in 11th Place at State Golf Tournament

DeKalb County High School's Mallory Sullivan and Logan Clark competed Tuesday and Wednesday in the Class A-AA State Golf Tournament at Coffee County.

Sullivan finished in 11th place in the field of girls. She shot 92 the first day and 79 on the second day of the tournament for a score of 171.

Clark shot an 82 the first day and 90 on the second day for a score of 172.

DeKalb County Rally Falls Short

The DeKalb County Tigers rallied late in the game to make it close but fell to the York Institute Dragons Friday night in Smithville 34-33.

The loss drops the Tiger record to 2-5 overall and 1-2 in district play.
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The Dragons scored first with 10:57 left in the first period on a 65 yard touchdown run by Tyler Huddleston. The P.A.T by Cullen Roysden was good and York Institute led 7-0

With 4:51 to go in the first period, the Dragons struck again, this time on a one yard touchdown run by quarterback Tyler Stephens. The P.A.T. was good and York Institute led 14-0.

The Tigers cut the Dragon lead with 51.5 seconds to go in the first period on a 48 yard touchdown pass play from quarterback Lucas Phillips to Dillon Brown. The P.A.T attempt by Zach Taylor was no good but DeKalb trailed by only eight points, 14-6.

Saints Knock Off Blue Devils 30-14

The DeKalb Middle School Saints opened with the flurry Thursday night, scoring 24 points in the first quarter enroute to a 30-14 victory over the Jackson County Blue Devils in Smithville.

The first touchdown came with 3:57 left as Luke Boss scored on a 75 yard touchdown run. The two point conversion by Dustin Warner was good and the Saints led 8-0.

Boss scored again with 1:36 left, this time on a six yard touchdown run. The two point conversion run by Braxton Howell was good and the Saints led 16-0.

The Saints' defense got points with five seconds left in the first quarter as Hunter Stone returned a Blue Devils fumble for 14 yards and a touchdown. The two point conversion by A.J. Mooneyham was good and the Saints led 24-0 at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter with 3:38 to go, Justin Bone scored on a one yard touchdown run. The two point conversion attempt was no good but the Saints held a commanding 30-0 lead.

Saints Win 32-14

It was a battle between the Saints and the Saints Tuesday night in Smithville and the Saints won 32-14...the DeKalb Saints.

DeKalb played hosted to Lebanon Southside and built a 26 to 0 lead by half time.

The first score came with 3:13 to go in the opening period as Luke Boss got a touchdown on a 19 yard run. Boss also made good on the two point conversion run and the hometown Saints led 8-0.

A.J. Mooneyham gave the Saints a two touchdown lead with 7:44 left in the second period after taking it into the endzone on a one yard touchdown run. The P.A.T was no good but the DeKalb Saints led 14-0.

Quarterback Aaron Patterson then hooked up with Braxton Howell on a 42 yard touchdown pass play with 5:11 left before halftime to give the DeKalb Saints a 20-0 lead. The P.A.T. try failed.

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