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Rattlers take a bite out of Lion’s Homecoming

Homecoming Queen Kylie Sigman and her court shined brightly in spite of the treat of rain Friday night. Unfortunately the Lions were unable to present their queen with a win as the Murfreesboro Rattlers walked away with a 52-24 victory.

The game was tight in the opening minutes with both teams exchanging touchdowns in their second drives. Murfreesboro was able to take control in the second quarter and held a 30-16 lead at the half.

The second half was all Murfreesboro as they outscored Mount ida 22-8 to claim a 52-24 win.

Check back later for statistics and read next week’s issue of the Montgomery County News for a full recap of the game.

Written by Dewayne Holloway

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