Tag Archives: Tigers

Rumpled Roster Helps Relive Historic 1996 Football Season

The 1996 Scotland County R-I football squad became the first team in school history to make it to the final four in the state playoffs. Team members were honored earlier this year during a halftime ceremony at a home SCR-I basketball game. John Cook of Cooks Mens Store recently uncovered a game program dating back […]

Tigers’ Rally Comes Up Just Short in 22-16 Loss to Fayette

A last second comeback ended just inches short of a first down and only yards from a game-tying touchdown as Scotland County fell 22-16 in Fayette on Friday night. SCR-I saw the game slip away in the third period, which saw the Tigers manage just three plays on offense as the Hornets dominated the time […]

Tigers Pull Away From Atlanta to Post 73-35 Semifinals Victory

What was a three-point game after eight minutes of play turned into nearly a 40-point margin as Scotland County swatted the Hornets over the final three quarters to post a 73-35 victory on Thursday night in the semifinals of the Brashear Tournament. Atlanta did not have an answer for Sturgis Knupp in the early going. […]

Tigers Depth, Versatility on Display in 78-65 Win Over Putnam County

Despite shrinking a bit due to injuries and attrition, Scotland County’s bench continues to give coach Lance Campbell plenty of options, and Friday night was no different in Putnam County as SCR-I’s depth fueled a 78-65 win. SCR-I normally goes nine or 10 deep, so it can beat you with quantity. But the depth is […]

Tigers Hold North Shelby to Eight First Half Points En Route to 67-24 Conference Win

While the Tigers put up plenty of points on Monday night in Shelbyville, it was the swarming man-to-man defense that was the difference maker, holding North Shelby to just eight first half points en route to a 67-24 victory. SCR-I posted a near carbon-copy start to the opener of the girls, jumping out to an […]

Rough Night at Free Throw Line Can’t Stop SCR-I Rally in 58-51 Win Over La Plata

Tell Lance Campbell his team was going to shoot 39 free throws and the SCR-I coach would have to be pleased. Sour that news with the fact they would make less than 39% on that same volume of shots from the charity stripe and he likely would cringe. But any coach will tell you a […]

Balance Scoring Attack Leads Tigers to 72-67 Win Over Knox County

The Scotland County boys’ basketball team put on a show Friday night for a packed house, complete with a bit of a nail-biting finish that many fans would have been happy to do without. SCR-I led by double-digits much of the night before having to hold off a late Knox County rally to post the […]

Tigers Open League Play With 77-44 Victory in Milan

It took just four minutes on Friday night for Scotland County to build a double digit lead and the Tigers cruised to a big victory in the Tri-Rivers Conference opener on the road in Milan. Nine different Tigers got into the score book as SCR-i used a balanced scoring attack to blast the Wildcats 77-44 […]

Slaughter’s Five TDs Not Enough as SCR-I Falls to Paris 42-31 in District Semifinals

The Scotland County football season came to a close Friday night in Paris, but the Tigers did not go down without a fight, falling to the Coyotes 42-31 in a back-and-forth affair that featured plenty of excitement. The contest between the second and third seeded teams in the Class 1 District turned into a shootout […]

Tigers Overcome Injuries to Outlast Putnam County in 56-42 Shootout

Scotland County overcame injuries and a halftime deficit to celebrate senior night in Memphis with a 56-42 victory over Putnam County in a shootout. The Tigers jumped on top early, taking the opening kickoff and putting together a seven-play 7- yard scoring drive. The big play came on a 43-yard TD run by Aaron Buford. […]