Calhoun coach encouraged despite 60-20 loss to New Brockton

Published 1:27 am Saturday, September 7, 2013

By Fred Guarino
The Lowndes Signal

The 2A Calhoun Tigers found themselves on the short end of another lopsided score on the road Friday night, falling to New Brockton in a regional tilt 60-20. But Calhoun head football coach Bill Williamson was encouraged.

His now 0-2 Tigers were coming off a beat down at the hands of 4A Dallas County 54-0 on the road.

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“We made great progress tonight,” Williamson said. “I was real pleased with them.”

He said based on what he saw, “We’ve got a chance if we keep working.”

For Calhoun, Jamine Jordan scored on an 80-yard run, Jamarcus Davison scored on a 50-yard run and on a 30-yard pass from Jordan.

The Tigers, 0-2 overall and 0-1 in regional play, will be on the road again next week to face Zion Chapel in another regional encounter.