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Tigers tamed
DCHS drops opener in Warren County
Tiger Colton Seifert didnt make much headway Friday as the Pioneer defense played blitz all night.
Keeping it close early in the first half Friday night, the Tigers fell 26-10 in the season opener due largely to the skills of Pioneer quarterback Isaiah Grayson.“They beat us up front offensively,” said DeKalb Tigers Head Coach Steve Trapp. “That and number 11 (Grayson).”Grayson rushed for a game-high 101 yards and two TDs, including a 27-yarder where he took what looked like a broken play and maneuverd his way to the endzone.“We didn’t do very well and suffered an injury with an OL breaking an arm early on,” Trapp said. “We gave them an extra possession and didn’t execute.