Mtn. View offense too much for Tigers
MOUNTAIN VIEW -- Head coach Jay Martin's Tigers were unable to overcome an early deficit as they fell to Mountain View, 28-3.
Execution and discipline once again prevented the Tigers from ever executing their game plan.
"We hurt ourselves with penalties a lot," Martin said.
The Tigers' run game was kept in check as Tigers ran for 115 yards.
Brian Badley rushed for 60 yards on 15 carries and Dalton Ewing ran for 51 yards on eight carries.
Quarterback Tryeton Anderson threw for 45 yards on five-of-12 passing.
Gustin Byers hauled in two passes for 34 yards and Kevin Jimenez finished with three receptions for 17 yards.
The defense was led by Ewing, who tallied 10 solo tackles and assisted on six others.
The lone points in the game came when Eric Perez drilled a 30-yard field goal for the Tigers' only score.
The Yellow Jackets were able to play their game and prevent the big plays.
"They just did an excellent job, fundamentally," Martin said.
The Tigers will look to finish strong when they host Elkins on Senior Night.
The Tigers are 2-7 on the year and will look to execute and eliminate the number of penalties.