Murray County struggled to get anything going on Friday as the Indians fell to Sonoraville on the road, 34-3.
"We've got to give Sonoraville all kinds of credit," Murray County coach Chad Brewer said. "They are coming off a bye and had two weeks to prepare for us, and it showed. They made a lot of plays."
Brewer said his team's momentum was hard to come up with as the Indians didn't have the ball much on offense.
"We lost time of possession battle," he said. "We've got to do a better job on defense to get off the field. When we are on offense, we don't have to score every time. We just need to move it and get some first downs to chew up the clock some, and if we score then that's great."
Murray County's only score came on an approximate 30-yard field goal from Elber Romero.
Brewer said after a rise in success this season after their winless campaign last year, the Indians (3-2, 1-2 in Region 6-3A) aren't going to back down. They host North Murray next Friday.
"We've got a good football team and we will get back to work on Sunday," Brewer said. "We are not going to give up by any means."