[CHS-L } Re: TIGERS 32 Malden 7

  • From: Bill Carter <carterww@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "chs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <chs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 7 Sep 2013 13:29:28 -0500

New format is nice and works well! I still like to hear your opinion as well 
though. You give great insight. Thanks!

Sent from my iPad

On Sep 7, 2013, at 1:14 AM, "W. Keith Currie" <wkcurrie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 9-6-13  TIGERS  32   Malden  7
> A warm swampeast Missouri night at Malden as the Tigers surfed the Green Wave 
> to a 32-7 victory.
> I am going to change the format of my summary a bit, thanks to Thomas Guest 
> bringing me into the 21st century technology.   Rather than posting a 
> play-by-play, stats, and box score, I will just touch on some of the Tiger 
> highlights.  For a detailed play-by-play, scoring summary and stats, here’s 
> how:
> For iPhone/iPad users, download the free app called “HSGC”.  Once downloaded 
> then VARSITY.  From there you can click on tonight’s game, the Mountain View 
> game or whatever else you desire.
> On your computer, go to:  
> http://www.hsgamecenter.com/missouri/school/caruthersville-tigers/football/varsity/boys.
> Another amazing part of this technology is that you can actually “watch” the 
> game (play-by-play) as Thomas puts the information in during the game.
> Many, many thanks to Thomas for finding an app that gives us ALL of the game 
> information we could ever want!
> Series History:
> The Tigers and the Green Wave first met in 1916 with the Tigers winning 13-0. 
>  The teams have met sporadically over the years, and didn’t play each other 
> at all in the 1930s nor the 1950s.  Tonight was the 65th meeting between 
> these teams and the Tigers now lead the overall series 35-30, thanks to 
> dominating the series since 2000, 12-3.
>  Now, for a few tidbits from the game.
> I think most in attendance would agree that the Tigers appeared a bit 
> sluggish tonight…just didn’t seem to have the spirit and enthusiasm to which 
> we have become so accustomed. 
> Strangely, the Tigers appeared to have a few more cramping issues tonight 
> than last week…even though it was a much cooler night.
> My stars of the game:
> MALIK MONROE:  What a great comeback story…as in last year’s Malden game, 
> Malik suffered a horric broken arm, which required surgery and a plate with a 
> bunch of screws!  Malik was simply “going HAM” tonight, as he did a great job 
> on the offensive line, and was simply a force on defense… 4.5 tackles, 1 
> tackle for loss, and was in on many other plays.  His shining moment came 
> with 4:51 to go in the game when he stopped the Malden ball carrier, stripped 
> the ball and raced 50 yards to the HOUSE for his 1st CHS varsity TD.  A 
> great, great game Malik!
> COLT CALLENS:  His best game ever!  Where do I start?  Defense, of course!  
> Colt was everywhere.  4 solo tackles; 3.5 tackles for loss; 1 sack; and was 
> even in on a pass breakup or 2.  Punting is also a defensive category, and 
> Colt again shined, punting 5 times for an average of 43.2 yards, but most 
> importantly…4 punts inside the 20!  Oh yeah, he played a little offense, too. 
>  3 catches for 64 yards, including a TD, and even had 1 carry for 4 yards.
> DARRELL MONROE:  He’s Malik’s big brother…and he is pretty good at football, 
> too!  ;-)  4 tackles, and a tackle for loss.  He carried the ball 19 times 
> for 176 yards and 2 TDs.  He also had 2 long TDs that were negated by Tiger 
> penalties.  Darrell had an amazing run, late in the game where he shook off 
> numerous Malden defenders on a 3rd and long…gaining the 1st down.  I think I 
> need to give Darrell credit for teaching Malik how to “strip and score”.  ;-)
> It was great to see a bunch of “new” Tigers playing, and making their 
> contributions to another Tiger victory.  Some freshmen, some sophomores, and 
> even some new juniors and seniors got some great experience tonight.  We will 
> need ALL of the Tigers to continue to contribute so we can have another 
> amazing year!
> It was not a “pretty” win tonight for the Tigers.  But, a win is a win.  The 
> Tigers definitely need to continue to improve and especially need to rid 
> themselves of the mental mistakes.  I have no doubt that they will.  They 
> better, as they will face a tough challenge next Friday night when a tough 
> bunch of Birds from Charleston will pay the Tigers a visit at Hopke Field.
> I hope that you have enjoyed the new summary format…it sure makes things 
> easier on me.  If you have any questions about the hsgamechanger app or 
> website, I would be glad to try to assist you…but Thomas Guest is the local 
> expert on the subject.
> W. Keith Currie
> CHS Class of 1983

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