Fall break began for Ethel High School last Wednesday, prompting the Tiger administration to move the Region 3-1A contest with Montgomery County (0-8, 0-6) up a day for a Thursday night tilt against the Hornets.
The Ethel Tigers find themselves in a position that they have rarely been in since 1997. They find themselves with an opportunity to make the playoffs with a favorable slate of games left on the schedule.
The Ethel Tigers (3-4,2-2) traveled to Sebastopol (5-3, 4-1) last Friday night and came away with a 34-6 setback to the Bobcats. The first half was scoreless until 5:56 was left in the second quarter. The Bobcats scored on a 15-yard run after a three-play, 27-yard drive to