Boys Varsity Football
Friday 10/02/2020 @ 7:00 PM(A) vs Bolivar High School
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GAME SUMMARYTigers vs. Liberators: “We’re 2-0 in my book!” By Zachary Remedies, Sports Information Waynesville Tigers 37 Bolivar Liberators 33 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Final Waynesville 7 10 6 14 37 Bolivar 6 12 7 8 33 BOLIVAR, Mo. Oct 2, 2020. The Waynesville Tigers left the field last Friday night with chants and cheers as they yelled of their victory over the Bolivar Liberators at Southwestern Baptist University, making the Tigers season record 2-3. Both teams humbly came together after the game to pray and congratulate each other on a well-fought game. The Tigers Head Coach, Joe Haynes, while overwhelmed with glee, states that, “This is the momentum that last week brought. What this means is that we understand what it takes to prepare, and then go out and execute.” With the Tigers trailing 30-33 with 1:20 to go in the fourth quarter, Xzavia McArthur made an outstanding play with a 46-yard touchdown that led the Tigers into victory with a 36-33 lead. Chase Evans followed up and kicked the extra point that gave the final score of the game 37-33. Coach Haynes continues, “No matter what the odds are against us, we set the odds in our favor. We know what tilts them. It’s our heart, it’s our discipline, and it’s our pride.” Assistant Head Coach, Mike Clutts can only sum up his joy in his post game speech by saying, “We’re 2-0 in my book!” Game Leaders “It was every kid that wore those orange and black stripes tonight,” Coach Haynes says. “There was no individual player that stood out. This was a team victory across the board.” Up Next The Waynesville Tigers will play Rolla next week on Oct. 9 at Waynesville High School for their 6th game of the season. Although the next game is only one week away, the Tiger football team plans to celebrate throughout the weekend and start preparations against the Bulldogs at the start of next week. The Waynesville Tigers charge the field with #51 John Servito carrying the flag in place of #36 Chaun Beltran who is injured and unable to play. The Tigers join the Liberators in a mid-field post game prayer and celebration on a well-fought game.