The No. 7 Braves (8-0, 6-0 Region 5-AA) racked up 450 yards total offense and they scored six touchdowns on the ground, two through the air and another on a kickoff return.
Duranta Dunson led the way with 107 yards on 13 rushes and three touchdowns, while Tori Rogers added 54 yards and two scores. Qua Daniel needed just one carry to go 71 yards and score.
Through the air, it was Ta Freeland who was on the receiving end of a pair of touchdowns from two different quarterbacks. One score came from starter Jonathan Hunt, while the other came from Taylor Smith. Hunt also rushed for 75 yards in the game.
The kick return for a score was from Damon Pearson, who went 62 yards.
Friday night was another example of why the Braves have continued to put up big games and stay undefeated eight weeks into the season.
"The biggest thing we've been impressed with the kids so far is they came out and played well early. That's been big for us here of late. It shows the maturity to get up each week and play well early in a ball game. They've done a good job as a team staying focused and just taking it one game at a time," Barron said.
The Tigers (1-7, 1-5) return home for the final two weeks of the season, playing host to Bremen and Chattahoochee County, respectively.