Jesse Herd (Sr.) squashed the next Olney drive with a ten yard quarterback sack. The Tigers took over once again and put together a drive that included pass completions to Kyle Clark (Sr.), Tisdale and Collin Kinder (Soph.) and ended with a 14-yard touchdown run by Thomas that gave the Tigers a 34-0 lead. The Tiger offense wasn't finished in the first half as they put together one more drive that ended with a 12-yard touchdown pass to Chase Thompson (Jr.) that made the score 41-0 in favor of the Tigers at halftime. The Tigers took the opening kickoff of the second half and went right back to work as they put together a five play drive that ended with a 20-yard Thompson touchdown run to give the Tigers a 48-0 lead. The Cubs were able to use a pass completion and a Tiger penalty to move into Jacksboro territory on their next drive, but Stretcher ended the threat with an interception that was returned 55 yards to the Olney 15-yard line. The Tiger drive stalled, but the Cubs were pinned deep in their own territory. After a couple of first downs the Olney quarterback broke free for a 65-yard run before a touchdown-saving tackle from David Stretcher temporarily preserved the shutout. However, the Cubs were able to execute a 16-yard touchdown run on fourth and goal to make the score 48-6. Olney regained possession on a fumbled kickoff. The Tiger defense was up to the challenge as the drive ended with a sack for a loss of 13 yards. The game ended with no more points scored as the Tigers came away with a convincing 48-6 victory. The Tigers will be off this week and will return to action when they travel to Lindsey Sept. 27, with kickoff scheduled for 7:30 p.m.