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10 Wednesday, September 25, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune ! EVEN "SUPERMAN" couldn't catch Hillman's Kenny Kolcan in Friday nights blow out against the Rogers City Hurons. TIGER JOSH REINBOLD, #35, kicks for one of four extra points in Fridays match up against the Rogers City Hurons. i:: MASON VANPAMEL and a Rogers City player both go for the pass under the Friday night lights. Hillman Tigers attack Rogers Cily Hurons, winning 47-0 by YvonM vqar The HiUman Tigers attacked the Hu- Staff reporter runs from Rogers City when they came to town on Sept. 20. The Hurons went home scoreless after the Tigers tore up the field in a one-sided game. The teams both had records of 2-1 going into the game, but Hillman's Michael Klein wasted no time in scoring for the Tigers when he ran 60 yards to the end zone in the first few seconds of the game. Fumbles plagued both teams, but the Tigers made good on a recovery that put them in Huron territory on the 29-yard line. A facemask call against the Hurons moved them closer, and a pass from Ty ]ones to Dylan Ross was good for the score. A kick from lush Reinbold earned the extra point. The Hurons had good position on the return, but a pass picked offby Mason VanPamel gave possession back to the Tigers. The Hurons helped out with another penalty, and a pass from ]ones to VanPamel scored the touch- down. Another Reinbold kick put the Tigers up 20-0 at the beginning of second-quarter play. With about six minutes left in the half, Hillman's Kenny Kolcan intercepted. A pass from ]ones to Travis Powers was good for more than 60 yards and a touchdown, and Reinbold continued success for the extra point, taking the halffime score to 27-0. The Hurons received to start the second half, but, at first and 10, VanPamel nabbed the pass for the remover. Kolcan carried all the way to the end zone from the 30- yard line, and Reinbold helped the Tiger s to a 34-point lead. The third quarter wrapped up with another VanPamel interception. Kolcan ran for the score, and Reinbold added the extra. The Hurons took possession at the top of the fourth, but Ross was quick to grab a Huron pass and head for the end zone, taking the game to the final score of 47-0, Tigers. Bill Koenig, coach for the Tigers, said his team has been "shooting ourselves in the foot" on defense by making silly mistakes, and his players were told to make a state- ment. "People are looking beyond our defense, and we wanted to let them know they can't do that," Koenig said. "They just came in fired up and ready to roll." He credited ]ones for being a smart quarterback and said he has some really good receivers. Reinbold has been kicking since 7  or 8  grade, he said, and he's going to give him his due. "He practiced it, so we're going to see what he can do," the coach said. Koenig said Reinbold won a game against Gaylord St. Mary with a kick. The Tigers host the Mio Thunderbolts on Sept. 27. Every day that you're outside, you're exposed to uanguous, but invisible, Jltraviotet (LIV) sunii0ht Left onorotectefl, pufunoed exposure to BY radiation can seriousty damage the eye, tding tu cataracts, skin ,r erooncl the eyelid and uther eye disorders oteng your eyes is important to mairg.uini,ng eye health r.lw and in the future. illal iNllr r,/es (eel Y=r Is eles) from lleWdl IIV rays. Vmr ,,,nllasso8 with maximum  prntmion. ('?;?:;!:, B T}'EVISIONCOUNCIL ATLANTA Varsity Football Game time 7 p.m. 9/27 - Atlanta vs AuGres Sims 10/4 -Atlanta vs Hillrnan - Homecoming 10/11 -Atlanta vs Baldwin *6 p.m.* 10/18 - Atlanta @ Mayville 10/25 - Atlanta @ Rogers City Girls Jr. High Basketball Game time 6 p.m. 9/26 - Atlanta vs Hale 9/30 - Atlanta @ Rogers City 10/3 - Atlanta vs Fairview JV/Varsity Volleyball Game time 6 p.m. 9/26 - Atlanta vs Oscoda 10/3 - Atlanta @ Fairview 10/10 - Atlanta @ Hale 10/15 - Atlanta vs Posen HILLMAN Varsity Football - 7 p.m. 9/27 - Hillman vs Mio 10/4 - Hillman @ Atlanta 10/11 - Hillman vs Oscoda - Homecoming 10/28 - Hillman @ Whittemore-Prescott JV Football - 4 p,m. 10/10 - Hillman vs Mancelona 10/17 - Hillman vs Inland Lakes JV/Varsity Volleyball - 6 p.m. 9/26 - Hillman vs Fairview 10/1 - Hillman @ Alcona 10/8 - Hiliman vs Hale Girls Jr. High Basketball - 6 p.m. 9/25 - Hillman vs Whittemore-Prescott 9/30 - Hillman @ Mio 10/3 - Hillman @ Rogers City JOHANNESBURS LEWISTON Varsity Football - 7 p.m. 9/27 - Jo'burg @ Central Lake 10/4 - Jo'burg vs Rudyard - Homecoming 10/11 - Jo'burg vs 0noway 10/18 - Jo'burg @ Gaylord St. Mary's 10/25 - Jo'burg @ Pellston JV Football - 6 p.m. 9/26 - Jo'burg vs Central Lake 10/3 - Jo'burg @ Rudyard 10/10 - Jo'burg @ Onaway 10/17 - Jo'burg vs Cheboygan 10/24 - Jo'burg vs Pellston