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Wet and weary
Tigers roughed up on rainy night
DCHS QB Tyler Cantrell scrambles to get his pass off Friday during a rainy-night game as the Tigers played host to the Stone Memorial Panthers at VanHooser FIeld.
The DCHS TIgers (0-3) played host to Stone Memorial Friday night, and the Panthers seemed to handle the wet-weather squall better as they defeated DeKalb 38-16.Stone Memorial held a 30-point lead after three quarters, leading 38-8 going into the fourth. DeKalb's David Bradford cut into that deficit with a 35-yard TD run with 10:00 left and QB Tyler Cantrell added two more with a keeper for the final score of 38-16.DeKalb’s David Bradford got the Tigers on the board at 5:26 in the third quarter with a 2-yard touchdown run. Cantrell made it 32-8 with the conversion."We're seeing a lot of the same stuff that we've been seeing,," said DeKalb head football coach Steve Trapp.