Clipped From The Paris News
Tigers Sweep First. 20 to 6 CLARKSVILLE — Pine Tree scored first but Clarksville High's Tigers scored more often here Friday night. And the Tigers took a 20-6 victory in their opener at New Century Field here. Pine Tree got the jump on Clarksville in the first quarter. The Pirates grabbed a Clarksville fumble on the Tiger 12 and turned it into a touchdown. Halfback Nathan Crawford put the Tigers back in the game in the second period. He ran 12 yards for one touchdown and 15 for an- The Tigers scored again in the third quarter with Fullback Glenn Smith running 10 yards. Clarksville had a big edge in statistics, gaining 14 first downs ID Pine Tree's three. The Tigers gained 57 yards running and 53 passing during the evening. Pine Tree got only 14 yards on the ground. Penalties were heavy, with the Tigers drawing 80 yards and Pine Tree 37. 'The game opened the season for other to give Clarksville a one- Coach Kit Kittrell's Clarskv i 11 e touchdown edge at halftime. Blossom-Atlas team. Defensive Center Melv i n Pollock, Guard Bobby Jack Morrison and Tackles Mike Vickers and Charles Hardigree were outstanding for the Tigers.