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Tigers run past Bulldogs
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The DeKalb cheerleaders drop for push-ups every time the Tigers score - photo by Photo by Reed Vanderpool
If DeKalb County fans were worried, head football coach Steve Trapp and his team would have lingering effects from the emotional win against Warren County last week, it did not take long for the team to ease the fans' fears.The Tigers played host to the Clay County Bulldogs Friday night. In a game pitting two non-district opponents, the Bulldogs stood in the way for the Tigers first home victory.Tigers kick returner, Will Molander, took the opening kick-off to the Tigers own 42-yard line. The Tiger offense went onto the field and on the first play from scrimmage, running back, Dylan Freeney, took the hand off from quarterback Lucas Phillips and sprinted 50 yards to the Bulldog 8-yard line, giving the Tigers a first and goal.