Wyatt Gray, Ian Hedlund, and Ashton Yeary bring down the Tigers’  tight end Jaxon Anderson.

Garrett Meyer gets 15 yards on a tight end screen before being brought down.

East Atchison Wolves traveled to Grant City to take on the Worth County Tigers. The weather was about as good as it gets for the first week of November. The final score was  Worth County 66, East Atchison 14.

Worth County wasted no time after receiving the opening kick-off, putting 8 points on the board following their third play from the line of scrimmage. EA set up for a right return  when Kaylin Merriweather was hit deep near the 10 yard line, causing a fumble, setting up the Tigers for their second 8 points on the night. East Atchison would not have an answer for the Tigers until the last 23 seconds of the first quarter where quarterback Jake McEnaney would punch it in from the 12 yard line. The point after was no good, making the score 38-6.

The Tigers would add two more scores before Briacin Bywater would hit the end zone from the one yard line. Gage McAdams caught the two point conversion. The score was now 52-14 Worth County.

Worth County would go on to punch two more touch downs in before the half, making the score 66-14. Both teams elected not to continue the game, bringing an end to the Wolves’ season. EA finished with an 8 and 4 record, losing to SW Livingston, Mound City, Stanberry and Worth County, all of them state ranked teams.