The score wasn’t ideal, but it was still a special night for the Tigers.
The Mark Twain Tigers fell on its Senior Night Thursday to Macon 16-3.
“It was great to put on a night like this for the seniors regardless of the outcome,” Mark Twain Head Coach Ben Strother said. “It was a nice chance for us to stand up and show them what they mean to us as a program. They have been important to us as varsity players for two years now, so it was nice."
Mark Twain will have the weekend to dust itself off as it gets ready for a week that includes two contests and districts.
The next game for Mark Twain is at 5 p.m. on Monday, May 7, against Palmyra in Palmyra.
“We’re trying to figure out what the situation will be for those,” Strother said. “You have to have a short term memory for sports.”