REFORM – The Meek Tigers had a long road trip to deal with this week when they hit the road for a regional matchup against the Tornadoes of Pickens County. Meek fell behind early and wasn’t able to chip into the Tornadoes’ lead until it was too late. Pickens County scored early and often to pull away from the Tigers, 67-20.
The Tornadoes jumped out to a 20-0 lead by the end of the first quarter and their defense continued to give Meek trouble most of the night. Pickens County added to its lead in the second quarter with two more touchdowns that put the Tornadoes on top 34-0 going into the locker room at halftime.
The Tornadoes tacked on two more scores in the third quarter to stretch their lead to 46-0 headed into the final frame. The Tigers were able to get some offense going in the fourth quarter, scoring three times to cut into the lead, but it was too late for Meek, and Pickens County put the game away, 67-20.
Pickens County moves to 4-3 on the year and 4-1 in Class 1A, Region 6 with a road game against Berry Fayette coming up next week. Meek drops to 3-5 the season and 1-4 in the region and will travel to Marion County next week.
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