Students at DeKalb County High School were already in high spirits with a week of homecoming activities but the football team gave them even more to celebrate with a 20-10 victory over the visiting White County Warriors on Friday night.
The DeKalb County Tigers pitched a 28 to 0 shutout in the first half and outscored the visiting Cannon County Lions 28 to 6 in the second half for a 56-6 final.Friday night in Smithville
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The Macon County Tigers came to Smithville Thursday night and shut out the DeKalb County Saints 22-0.
Here's how the scoring went for Macon County,
In the first quarter with 1:11 left on the clock, Macon county scored on an 8 yard touch down run. The 2 point conversion attempt was no good but Macon County led 6-0.
The DCHS Golf teams remain undefeated in district play.
The DeKalb County Tigers took an early lead and cruised to a 46 to 7 victory over the visiting Clay County Bulldogs Friday night in the season home opener .
DC scored on its first three possessions of the game, the first one coming on a two yard touchdown run by Zach Taylor. The P.A.T by Taylor was no good but the Tigers were up 6-0.
The DeKalb Middle School Saints, who were held scoreless last week at Smith County in a 36-0 loss, exploded for 52 points Thursday night as they beat the Gordonsville Middle School Tigers 52 to 36 in the home opener in Smithville.
The DeKalb County Tigers earned an Historic victory Friday night in week zero of the high school football season as they knocked off the Warren County Pioneers 26 to 7 in McMinnville.
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It was all Smith County Tuesday night as the DeKalb Saints went on the road to Carthage to kick off their football season and lost 36 to 0 to the Owls.
The Owls took the opening kick off and scored shortly thereafter. The two point conversion was good and the Owls led 8-0
The DCHS golf teams competed in the Upper Cumberland Classic in Cookeville on Monday.
The Purple Pride Caravan will make a stop in Smithville on Tuesday afternoon (Aug. 9), the second stop during a series of events around the region in anticipation of Tennessee Tech's upcoming fall sports seasons.