Coach Bryan Lamar's Tigers, ranked No. 2 in Class AAAAA, rolled to a 44-6 halftime lead and then took the foot off the pedal in the second half against the overmatched Saints.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Tucker's Dominick Sanders enjoyed a big game as he scored the season’s first touchdown on a 52-yard return and the Tiger offense powered for more than 200 yards rushing in the game’s first two quarters.
Quarterback Joseph Farrar paced Tucker with 70 yards on the ground on just 6 carries. Next up for the Tigers is a Sept. 6 game against North Atlanta at Adams Stadium.
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