The Eagles entered the tournament in fourth place, while the Tigers came in just behind them in fifth after competing in Class D last year.
George Stevens Academy got on the board first, but after a 2-2 tie, both teams went scoreless for nearly four minutes before the Eagles registered a field goal to take a 4-2 lead. George Stevens extended its lead to five, but the Tigers responded and at the end of the first quarter, the Eagles held a marginal 12-11 lead.
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