The Tenaha Tigers' season comes to a close at Homer Bryce Stadium after losing to Bremond in the State Semifinal 32-29.
Bremond came out on fire as they got on the board first with a 18-yard touchdown by running back Josh Anderson. They missed the field goal attempt to end the first quarter at 6-0.
A couple plays later, Bremond quarterback Roshauud Paul ran into the end zone for the 6-yard touchdown. They failed to get the extra point and lead 12-0.
Tenaha eventually found its' offensive stride when Cobe Caraway had an 83-yard touchdown run to make it 12-7.
Tenaha would strike again when they stripped Paul on the run. The ball was picked up by Kebo Reed on the 21-yard line and ran in to take the lead at 14-12.
Bremond stumped Tenaha and lead as much as 32-14 until Tenaha started making a late comeback, but couldn't quite get the win.
Tenaha ends their season 11-2. Bremond, now 14-0, is now headed to AT&T Stadium for the State Finals against Albany who is also undefeated this season.
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