Tigers Drop to 2-2 on the Season

In a challenging matchup, Stony Point squared off against the undefeated Vandegrift Vipers, a team boasting a lofty position in the Texas football rankings. Unfortunately, the game concluded with the Vipers securing a decisive 48-7 victory.

The Stony Point offense lines up for a play against Vandegrift

From the opening whistle, the Vipers demonstrated their skill, both offensively and defensively, making it a tough task for the Tigers to keep up. The Vipers consistently converted scoring opportunities, while the Tigers struggled to make headway. Despite the defeat, the Tigers held their heads high and displayed unwavering resilience and a determined spirit throughout the game.

Junior Punter Noah Lopez (35) uncorks one of his 6 punts. Lopez averaged 40.3 yards per punt on the evening.

Competing against a high-caliber team like the Vipers serves as a valuable learning experience for the Tigers. They are poised to glean important lessons from this encounter, using it as a stepping stone for improvement in upcoming games. The Stony Point community stands behind them, rallying their support as the team prepares for the challenges that lie ahead.

Senior Running Back Amonte Gentry (29) breaks loose for a long run against the Vipers. Gentry finished with 113 yards on 13 carries.

The Tigers will have a bye week next week, and will return to action on September 29 against the 1-3 Round Rock Dragons at Dragon Stadium.

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The tigers defensive front prepares to take on the Viper offense.
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