Three area teams were in action Saturday night for week 2, and offense was at a premium.
Monroe and Westover participated in a penalty-heavy game at Hugh-Mills Stadium.
The Tornadoes committed fewer errors on their way to a 12-0 shutout. It was the first game for both teams, and head coach Charles Truitt said he wasn't pleased even in the winning effort.
"We made some good catches down the line. We had a lot of penalties, but came back played ball, and played great defense," said Truitt. "We're proud of the way those guys played on that side of the football. The mistakes we have to correct, some of those things we have to be able to work it out. We can't play those type of games and expect to win those types of games."
Monroe has defeated Westover three straight years.
Colquitt County dropped its second straight game in a 17-14 loss to American Heritage (FL).
In a nationally televised game, the back-to-back state champs dropped back-to-back games for the first time since 2010.
Rush Propst and the Pack will try and snap the skid against Tucker.
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