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The Trinity defense wraps up a Diboll runner in the backfield during Friday’s district matchup.The Trinity defense wraps up a Diboll runner in the backfield during Friday’s district matchup.

By Scott Womack
TCNS Correspondent

TRINITY — In hopes of rebounding from a loss to Diboll, the Tigers traveled to Coldspring-Oakhurst Friday Night for the second of six district games.

The Trojans took the opening kickoff and marched down the field in four plays and took a 6-0 lead in just over 2 minutes. Each team traded punts, and on the Tigers second possession Trey Goodman took off for an 86-yard run, with the 2-point conversion the Tigers held an 8-6 lead with 4:12 left in the first quarter. 

Unfortunately for the Tigers this would be their only score for the rest of the game. 

The Trojan offense was able to score on each remaining drive of the evening. When the clock read zero, the Trojans had decimated the Tigers by a 48-8 score.

Head Coach Patrick Goodman explained to the team that they had a bye week upcoming Friday and would be able to get healthy as they prepare for a stretch where they must win three of the four remaining games if the Tigers hope to play in the postseason. 

The Tigers will be off Friday but will be back in action on Oct. 16 as they host the Huntington Red Devils at 7 p.m.