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Tiger defense shuts down visiting War Eagles
59–0 victory at first home game
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The Tigers defense pressures the Chestatee quarterback, sophomore Christian Charles, during the Tigers’ first home game Aug. 24. - photo by Bob Christian
“We’re just trying to win a game,” Head Coach Sid Maxwell said when asked about the game plan going into the Aug. 24 tilt against the visiting Chestatee High School War Eagles. And win the game they did, as the first home game of the 2018 season unfolded into a 59–0 victory by the Dawson County High School Tigers. The War Eagles came into Tiger Stadium featuring their own dual-threat quarterback in sophomore Christian Charles looking to bounce back from a season opening loss at North Hall. Charles’ efforts in that loss had not gone unnoticed by the Tigers coaching staff. “Their quarterback? He’s good,” Defensive Backs Coach Bradley Fowler said. “Definitely someone we need to look out for.”