Homecoming hit: Tigers fall 58-6 to Maroons

Urbana's CJ Blanden
Photo: PhotoNews Media/Clark Brooks
Urbana's CJ Blanden keeps Central's Tyson Hines out of the Tigers' backfield on a pass play during last Friday's homecoming game. UHS played an impressive first quarter but fell prey to inexperience and lack of depth in key positions suffering a conference loss to the Maroons, 58-6. Blanden, a sophomore center, and the Tigers (0-5) travel to Normal this Friday to take on the 4-1 Pioneers. More photos from this game from the Centennial coming soon.

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