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Tigers hit the road for Week 7 tilt

Bea Ahbeck/News-Sentinel

Tokay's Luke Millan finds an opening during their game against St. Mary's at the Grape Bowl in Lodi Friday, Oct. 6, 2017.

One of the goals for Tokay (0-1 in the TCAL, 2-4) is pretty simple — finding the end zone.

In the last two games that included the TCAL home opener against defending league champion St. Mary’s last week, Tokay has been held to a field goal. That came in the Tigers’ homecoming game, a non-league contest against McNair, which posted a 41-3 win. St. Mary’s shutout Tokay 62-0.

“Our focus is always going to be improving what we can control, which is our execution of our base offense,” said Tokay coach Michael Holst.

Tokay takes on a Tracy squad that shut down a Lodi offense that averaged 30.8 points per game before their meeting.

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