Tigers Declawed.

Oscar Smith is pretty good in football. So much so, it's pretty much a given that they'll run the table on everyone local. This past Saturday night, Booker T. Washington from Miami came to town. The game was nationally televised on ESPN. We attacked the game hard -- I shot it with a another photographer, Thé Pham, and worked alongside reporters Larry Rubama, Lee Tolliver and Jami Frankenberry. Thé and I rotated in and out, shooting and editing, while the scribblers tweeted and blogged the game. All five of us basically livestreamed it for those following on The Virginian-Pilot's site, pilotonline.com. It was a long, chaotic night...and I'd do it again in a heartbeat.

The last photo really summed up the night. Thanks for looking.

Oscar Smith's Shelton Hood, center, and his teammates stretch prior to the start of their game against Booker T. Washington (Miami), Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014 at Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake.

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(Jason Hirschfeld | For The Virginian-Pilot)

Oscar Smith warms up prior to the start of their game against Booker T. Washington (Miami), Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014 at Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake.

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(Jason Hirschfeld | For The Virginian-Pilot)

Oscar Smith head coach Richard Morgan reacts after Booker T. Washington of Miami scores another touchdown, Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014 at Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake.

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(Jason Hirschfeld | For The Virginian-Pilot)