The Thomasville Tigers (7-0, 4-0) traveled to Moundville, Alabama on a special Thursday night football game to take on the Hale County Wildcats (6-3, 2-3). The Tigers came up with a huge win to remain undefeated with a final score of 45-20.
Bailey broke his collarbone on the Greenwave's final offensive play. Bailey had led his offense down to the 15-yard line and was attempting to orchestrate a go-ahead touchdown with 30-seconds left in the contest. The four-star quarterback rolled to his left, extending a play, but was sacked and fumbled. The Jaguars recovered the fumble and subsequently ended the game.
With the stands packed to the brim and the lights shining bright, Hale County put on a show for their home crowd. They'd lost the last few homecomings and definitely didn’t want to watch another slip away.
The inside linebacker put on a show against UMS-Wright by accumulated 24 tackles on defense. Additionally Lawson spent time on the offensive end, rushing for 75 yards on seven carries. The future Alabama player accumulated 51 of his yards on a fake punt while his team was backed up against their own endzone. For the cherry-on-top, Lawson scored the final touchdown and even the game-winning 2-point conversion to put away the Bulldogs 25-24 in OT.