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Tenth-ranked Tigers rout DeKalb County

Macon County and DeKalb County combined for more than 900 total yards in Friday’s Region 3-4A tilt, but the 10th-ranked Tigers ran away with a 62-34 victory to clinch a home playoff game in Class 4A. Junior Noah Likens had a career-best 174 rushing yards on 21 carries, including touchdown runs of two and 43 […]

Tigers Spoil Portland’s Homecoming

Macon County crashed Portland’s homecoming party on Friday evening, rolling to a 36-7 victory over the Panthers. In doing so, the Tigers won at Portland for the first time since 1978 in collecting their sixth consecutive victory. The 36 points put up by the Tigers (6-1) were the most by any Portland opponent this season. […]

Tigers’ first-half binge enough to oust Stone Memorial

A 28-point first-half outburst was all Macon County needed to take care of visiting Stone Memorial on Friday, as the Tigers’ 28-16 victory was their fifth consecutive win. The teams’ first-ever meeting was important in the Region 3-4A realm, as Macon County clinched a postseason berth with the victory. After a slow start by both […]

Tigers roll past Trousdale County

Led by Seth Carlisle’s 271 rushing yards and three turnovers on defense, Macon County pulled away in the second half for a 42-20 victory over visiting Trousdale County at Pat Parker Field. Carlisle ran for five touchdowns in the victory, scoring from 2, 4, 21, 36 and 54 yards. Noah Likens threw a touchdown pass […]

Tigers roar past Cumberland County in region opener

Macon County allowed a touchdown on the opening kickoff of Friday’s Region 3-4A opener at Cumberland County, but the Tigers kept the Jets grounded the rest of the way. The Tigers rolled up 469 yards of total offense and triggered the mercy rule running clock early in the third quarter of their 49-13 victory. Seth […]

Tigers hold off White House Heritage for homecoming victory

Homecoming night turned into a fight for survival for Macon County held off visiting White House Heritage for a 28-26 victory at Pat Parker Field. The Tigers stopped a two-point conversion attempt with 19.8 seconds remaining to preserve the victory. The Patriots (0-4) had the ball for all but 30 seconds in the final quarter […]

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