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Tigers pick up first win
After Tiger starting QB Tyler Cantrell left the game due to injury in the second quarter, freshman QB Axel Aldino got the nod to take charge of the offense Friday night.
The DeKalb Tigers went into Friday's matchup with the Yellow Jackets seeking their first win of the season and they found it as they dominated on both sides of the ball defeating Grundy County 27-7 at VanHooser Field.Despite losing starting QB Tyler Cantrell to injury in the second quarter the Tigers rallied around freshman backup Axel Adino."When our quarterback got injured we had to do a lot of stuff differently as far as mentally thinking for me as the offensive coordinator," said head coach Steve Trapp. "We didn’t want to put him in situations that were so overwhelming that he couldn't perform. Then it was just talking to the other guys to rise up and take care of TC who is injured and Aldino as a freshman.