The Mark Twain football team couldn't develop a rhythm offensively during a 21-0 loss at Milan on Friday night.

The Mark Twain football team couldn't develop a rhythm offensively during a 21-0 loss at Milan on Friday night. 

The Tigers trailed by a touchdown at halftime and couldn't get any closer in the second half. They had nothing to show for 297 yards of offense in their first road game of the year. 

Dominic Dabney broke free for a 38-yard touchdown with 5:53 remaining in the second quarter to make it 7-0. 

Dre Morehead scored from three yards out to grow the Wildcats' advantage to 13 in the third before Dabney sealed the deal with a 57-yard interception return in the fourth. 

Logan Perrigo paced Mark Twain with 91 yards rushing on 10 carries in the defeat. Jace Barton had 23 carries for 91 yards and lost a pair of fumbles.

Tigers quarterback Nathan Davenport completed 3 of 5 passes for 63 yards. His two incompletions were interceptions. 

Brayden McLeod led Mark Twain with 55 yards receiving on three catches. 

Davenport made 11 tackles and a sack to anchor the Tigers' defense, while Avery Epperson and Ben Rule each had nine stops.

Mark Twain (1-1) is scheduled to play at Bowling Green next Friday.