Competition proved to be fierce as the game had several lead changes throughout the game. The Tigers took the lead late in the second half and sealed the victory against the Wildcats, 34-24.
Macon County scored first in the first quarter to take a 7-0 lead. Livingston answered back with three touchdowns in the second quarter, while the Tigers added one touchdown. Livingston led 21-13 at half-time.
The Tigers came out strong in the second half and tied the score at 21-21 after a touchdown and a successful 2-point conversion.
The Wildcats booted a long field goal to go up 24-21.
Macon County then led 27-24 after a touchdown, the Tigers denied Livingston from scoring again, then the Tigers capped off the win with one final touchdown, making the final score 34-24.
The Tigers picked up a key win Friday night and improve to 4-5 overall this season.
The Tigers' final regular season will be at home against Westmoreland, the Tigers need another big win to keep their playoff hopes alive.