South Hardin took the opening kickoff 85 yards down field for the go-ahead score with just 12 ticks off the clock. And then, they took their foot off the gas for about a quarter and a half.

That allowed Central Springs new life as they came back in the second stanza. That touchdown woke the Tigers up as they scored 20 unanswered to record a 40-15 victory in the first round of postseason play.

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