Eight. The number of times the Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tiger football team turned the fall over against Rockford on Friday, Sept. 17. Luckily the Tiger defense was able to hold strong for seven of those turnovers to keep the game close, falling 26-22, on Friday, in Rockford.
“Rockford played good rush defense, which basically shut down our run game, leaving us to only pass the ball,” said senior quarterback Brandon Jergenson, who passed for over 300 yards and also threw seven interceptions.
The Tigers look to turn things around for their homecoming game against Melrose on Friday, Sept. 24, at Big Cat Stadium in Morris. Kick off at 7 p.m.