Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tigers Rolled Up Nearly 400 Yards Over Braymer; Devan Jackson Anchored Defense

Worth County had plenty of yards against Braymer offensively, while Devan Jackson played one of his best games as a Tiger, anchoring down a defense that shut down a potent Bobcat running attack.
Tevin Cameron had 11 rushes for 188 yards and three scores in the 82-12 victory, which will move him up the leaderboard in the eight man football charts. Worth County got Andrew Alarcon back and he showed some of the same flair as his older brother, getting a 59 yard carry and a touchdown in his only carry. Ryan McClellan had 11 carries for 50 yards, Jeremy Wimer one carry for 9 yards, Nate Adwell 1 carry for 1 yard, and Wayde Parman one carry for no yards.

Worth County moved the ball through the air again; they had 307 rushing yards and 99 passing yards for a total of 396 yards. Ryan McClellan had 1 completion in three attempts for 27 yards. Jacob New completed both his pass attempts for 72 yards. Caleb Parman had two catches for 45 yards, while Bryant McCord had 1 catch for 54 yards. All three completed passes went for touchdowns. Six different Tigers scored in the victory.

Defensively, Devan Jackson emerged as a run stopper for the Tigers against the Bobcats. He led the team with 11 tackles. Bryant McCord, Tevin Cameron, and Brayden Welch all had seven tackles. Drake Kinsella, Andrew Alarcon, and Caleb Parman all had six tackles. Ryan McClellan and Colton Wilmes had five. Jeremy Wimer, Jaxon Anderson, and Wayde Parman had three each. Jacob New, Reed McIntyre, and Mason Hawk had two each. Austin Welch had 1 for the Tigers. Mason Hawk had one tipped pass.

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