The Adel-DeSoto-Minburn Tigers played the Creston Panthers on Friday, Oct. 13 and came out with their highest scoring game yet. Still, the Tigers fell to the Panthers in what was another tough, one-point loss (44-43).


Matthew West was a strong leader for the Tigers. The senior quarterback had 35 passing attempts and 16 completions against the Panthers. He finished the game with 277 yards, one interception and three touchdowns, the longest of which was for 76 yards.


West was the leader in rushing yards. He had 11 rushing attempts for 143 yards. He scored three touchdowns as well, the longest for 49 yards.


Nick Lindgren and Cole Knoll also led the Tigers in rushing yards. Lindgren had 18 yards after two rushing attempts and Knoll had 13 yards from his two attempts.


Ethan Meyer led the receivers. Meyer had six receptions for the Tigers and a total of 47 yards. Meyer also scored one touchdown for five yards.


Knoll finished the game with three receptions. He had a total of 120 receiving yards over the Panthers as well as one touchdown for 76 yards.


Gage Fuller was the third leading receiver. He had one reception for 35 yards. Fuller also scored a touchdown off the reception.


Kicker Davis Barton Scored three out of his four PAT attempts for the Tigers against the Panthers. Brandon Thompson finished off the Tigers’ 43 points with a two-point conversion.


Nicholas Bradshaw easily led the Tigers in tackles. He had 20.5 tackles against the Panthers. Bradshaw finished the game with 20 solo tackles, one tackle assist and six solo tackles for loss.


Thompson was the second leader of tackles for the Tigers. He finished the night with 7.5 tackles; seven solo and one assist.


The Tigers final regular season game is on Friday, Oct. 20 against against Glenwood at 7:30 p.m.