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Tigers dominate Denmark High School
Win moves DCHS to 4 and 0
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Junior tight end TJ Wilson eludes a tackle Sept. 14. - photo by Bob Christian
The Dawson County High School Tigers traveled just down the road to the new Denmark High School in Alpharetta Sept. 14 to take on the also undefeated Danes, and the Tigers emerged with a 38–21 win that moved them to 4 and 0 on the season. Prior to kickoff, the teams looked to be equally matched on paper. The Tiger offense, featuring senior quarterback SeVaughn Clark and senior running back Ahmad Kamara, had outscored their first three opponents of the season by a combined score of 135–42. Together Clark and Kamara have accounted for 10 of the team’s 16 rushing touchdowns, while Clark has thrown for two more scores. “They play a lot of two-back offense,” said Danes’ defensive coordinator Mike Hollis about the traveling competition. “They are an extremely physical team.”