It was a big homecoming win for Smith-Cotton Tigers Friday night at Tiger Stadium as they took on the Nevada Tigers.

S-C got on the scoreboard very quickly when two minutes into the game Brice Pannier scored on a 54-yard run. The kick was good, 7-0. They never trailed in the whole ball game.

They led 28-0 at the half, 31-7 at the end of the third. And they won it, 31-13.

S-C, on the ground, 38 carries for 318 yards, and in the air, Jaden Kendrick, with 43 yards and a touchdown, the first TD in the air for the S-C Tigers this season.

The Tigers posted 361 total yards. Defensively, they gave out only 159 to Nevada.

The S-C Tigers are now 3-2 on the season. They hit the road next Friday to take on O'Hara in Kansas City. Tune in to 92.3 Bob-FM for the pre-show by Al McCurdy at 6:35 p.m. with the kickoff at 7 p.m.

Randy Kirby