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Tigers celebrate wild victory
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The DeKalb County High School football team improved to 7-1 with a 31-25 victory against Macon County on Friday night. Spoiling the Macon County Tigers' Homecoming, DeKalb County won on a last possession drive that will be remembered for years to come.With only 1:22 remaining in the contest, Macon County took the lead after a successful 2-point conversion attempt, by making the score 25-24.After the extremely loud and ruckus celebration by the home team, DeKalb junior quarterback Lucas Phillips calmly led his team on a 5-play 64 yard scoring drive that left the Macon County fans stunned.DeKalb County Tigers' wide receivers Will Molander and Zach Taylor made big times catches during the drive. After a 3-yard run by running back Dylan Freeney that took the football to the Macon County 22-yard line, DeKalb was content to try a field goal to win the game.So, QB Lucas Phillips took the snap and ran to the left side, putting the ball in the center of the field.