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DCHS loses to Loudon
Cristobal Flores w soccer for bottom front
Duane Sherrill photo Cristibol Flores lines up for one of the few shots taken during the defense-dominated district championship game last week in which Upperman got the upper hand on the Tigers, sending them on the road for the first round of the regional tournament. The top-ranked Tigers' season ended in Loudon last week when they were beaten 4-3. Flores was named most valuable player for the district after his team went 13-3 overall and attained the state's top rank following an undefeated district campaign.
After being stunned by Upperman, who defeated DeKalb in penalty kicks following a defensive struggle in the district finals here, the Tiger soccer team saw its exceptional season end in regional action as they were defeated 4-3 by Loudon. The former number-one team in the state swept out in the first round. The road loss in the first round of the regional tournament ended the Tiger season at 13-3 after a perfect 8-0 regular season district record that saw them ranked as the state’s top AA team.