Sean May and Jackson Drury combine for a tackle last week against East Marshall. The Tigers close out the regular season hosting Denver.

South Hardin is playing its best football of the season, and when they were faced with must-win scenarios. The Tigers played good, clean, executing football on offense and shut-down defense to outscore their last two foes 85-7 and clinch a playoff berth.

SH will have another big test this week as they welcome second-place Denver for the regular season finale. The Cyclones are coming off a disappointing 35-10 loss to a ranked Dike-New Hartford squad and look to enter the postseason with momentum.

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