Tiger’s Big Night Leads Moberly Past Centralia

Ka’Von Tiger ran for nearly 300 yards and scored five touchdowns to lead 9th ranked Moberly to a 41-28 victory over 5th ranked Centralia in a Class 3, District 4 semifinal game at Dr. Larry K. Noel-Spartan Stadium Friday night. The two teams traded touchdowns in the first half. A Jesse Caballero 75-yard touchdown run gave the Panthers a 12-6 lead, with 5:39 left in the second quarter. The Spartans took the lead for good when Tiger scored his one receiving touchdown on the night…..

Brad Boyer with the call on Glory 97.3 and centralmoinfo.com. The Micah Land extra point made it 13-12 Moberly at intermission. Tiger took over in the second half…..

Austin Ward with the call of one of Tiger’s three second half touchdowns, which increased the Spartan’s lead to 34-12. Coach Cody McDowell talked about the big second half….

Tiger racked up 209 of his unofficial total of 299 yards in the second half. The sophomore averaged 21 yards on just 14 carries. Gage St. Clair added 93 yards on nine attempts and scored the other touchdown. McDowell watched his offensive line pave the way to 428 rushing yards as a team…

Centralia coach Tyler Forsee gave credit to the Spartans….

The Panthers wrap up the season 9-2…..

Moberly improves to 9-2 and will play for a district championship at Blair Oaks next Friday night. The Falcons beat Southern Boone 64-30.

postgame with Moberly coach Cody McDowell….

postgame with Centralia coach Tyler Forsee….