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Tigers tamed in second round playoff matchup

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Derrick Roberson surveys the defense on a read-option play before handing the ball off to Trevor McClanahan. Photo by Quinn Donoghue

​The Smithville Tigers’ postseason run came to an end at Waller ISD Stadium on Friday Nov. 18.​Smithville took on the Silsbee Tigers and lost 34-0 on a cold, dreary night.​Smithville used some trickery on their opening drive to put themselves in scoring position. On a double pass, Tyson Hancock launched a bomb down the right sideline, and Ramonz Adams came down with the catch off a deflection. The big play moved the Tigers all the way down to Silsbee’s 28-yard line. ​Two plays later, quarterback Derrick Roberson nearly connected with Jackson Hancock for a would-be touchdown, but the ball slipped out ...

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