CLYDE — Across four playoff games Liberty Center was scoring nearly seven touchdowns per game on average, pairing a physical run game with explosive plays both on the ground and through the air.

The Tigers struggled to resemble any of that Friday night, as they amassed just 42 yards and one first down in the first half and conceded explosive plays they were used to celebrating en route to a 35-0 loss to Canfield South Range at Clyde’s Robert J. Bishop Jr. Stadium.

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