Inderkum Wins Paws vs. Claws Matchup

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The Inderkum Tigers finished the regular season atop the Tri County standings by defeating the Natomas Nighthawks 49-7.
The Tigers head to the Division 2 playoffs as the third overall seed and will face the McNair Eagles (5-5) at home Nov. 11.
The Nighthawks (0-10) caught the Tigers (9-1) off guard, scoring a touchdown within the first few minutes of the game. The Nighthawks also held the Tigers on fourth-down deep in Nighthawk territory. 
Inderkum regrouped and scored 35 unanswered points by the half. They held Natomas High to no touchdowns the rest of the way.
It was the Tigers’ sixth straight win over the Nighthawks and ninth straight win this season.
The win also secures Inderkum’s spot above Woodland (8-2) who, despite defeating Pioneer 28-21, will finish with a league record of 4-1 to Inderkum’s league record of 5-0.
Natomas High heads to the off-season with their worst record since they went 1-9 in the 2008-09 season. 

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