Falkville edges Meek 27-20
by Jeffery Winborne
Sep 21, 2013 | 691 views | 0 0 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend | print
ARLEY — The Meek Tigers fell to 1-3 Friday night after losing 27-20 at home against the Falkville Blue Devils.

The Tigers got on the board first with a 19-yard rush by Phillip Hayes. Bailey Heath ran in the 2-point conversion. Five plays later, Daniel Woodall ran in a 48-yard touchdown for the Blue Devils. The 2-point conversion tied it at 8.

Scott Irving ran back the ensuing kickoff for 85 yards and a Meek touchdown. Daniel Griffith failed on the conversion. A horse collar penalty on Meek set up Falkville on the Tiger 7-yard line, and Ryan Sullivan hit Austin Kritner for the touchdown. The 2-point attempt failed, leaving it tied at 14.

 After a scoreless 2nd quarter, Hayes hit Irving for 31 yards and a 20-14 Meek lead to end the third.

The Blue Devils answered again, this time with a 32-yard touchdown run by Sullivan. The 2 points were no good, leaving it again tied at 20-20.

With just 1:36 left in the game, Woodall ran in to give Falkville the 27-20 lead. On 4th and 4 with less than a minute to go, Hayes' pass was intercepted by Aaron Estes to end the game.

Meek takes a break from region play next week and travels to Marion County.

The Tigers got on the board first with a 19-yard rush by Phillip Hayes. Bailey Heath ran in the 2-point conversion. Five plays later, Daniel Woodall ran in a 48-yard touchdown for the Blue Devils. The 2-point conversion tied it at 8.

Scott Irving ran back the ensuing kickoff for 85 yards and a Meek touchdown. Daniel Griffith failed on the conversion. A horse collar penalty on Meek set up Falkville on the Tiger 7-yard line, and Ryan Sullivan hit Austin Kritner for the touchdown. The 2-point attempt failed, leaving it tied at 14.

 After a scoreless 2nd quarter, Hayes hit Irving for 31 yards and a 20-14 Meek lead to end the third.

The Blue Devils answered again, this time with a 32-yard touchdown run by Sullivan. The 2 points were no good, leaving it again tied at 20-20.

With just 1:36 left in the game, Woodall ran in to give Falkville the 27-20 lead. On 4th and 4 with less than a minute to go, Hayes' pass was intercepted by Aaron Estes to end the game.

Meek takes a break from region play next week and travels to Marion County.