The Tigers took down the Panthers 35-0 last week.  The Tigers shined on both sides of the line yet again.  Sophomore quarterback, Ben Wach, had to enter the game after starting quarterback, Rhys Francis, went down with an injury.  Wach finished the game 9-16 with 157 yards and three touchdowns passing.  Korey Beckett caught two of those three touchdown passes and also had a third reception.  Beckett ended the game with a total of 93 receiving yards.  Colton Gorby also had three receptions, totalling 43 yards and a touchdown.  Running back, Wyatt Reiman, had another great week, carrying the rock 18 times for 172 yards and two touchdowns. With his second touchdown, Wyatt tied the school's all time career touchdowns record of 60. Ethan Stanley also got involved in the run game.  He had 6 rushes for 88 yards.  Both Cole Micker and Andrew Osman had one reception each, both for seven yards.  The offense ran 54 plays and had 442 yards of total offense, averaging 8.2 yards per play.

In the shutout victory, the Tiger defense swarmed to the ball and allowed just 40 yards of total offense.  Freshman safety Cole Micker had an outstanding game with three tackles and two interceptions.  Ryan Florence led the team in sacks again this week with two and he also had a team leading 5 solo tackles.  To go along with his touchdown reception, Colton Gorby had three tackles.  Ben Wach, Andrew Brown and Joshua Harris all had two tackles.  Senior defensive lineman, Gage Joseph, assisted on five tackles and Kris Tsoras assisted on four.  Andrew Osman led the team in tackles for loss with four on the night.  Overall, the Tiger defense has only allowed 19 points over three games and look to continue their defensive success this week.

You can catch the Tigers back in action tonight as they travel to Barnesville to take on the Shamrocks at Shamrock Stadium.  The game will start at 7:00 p.m.  JV action will begin tomorrow at 9am at Fleming Field.