LEES CREEK — East Clinton lost its fourth straight Friday night to Bethel-Tate 41-0.
The SBAAC National Division defeat puts the Astros at 0-1 in league play and 1-5 overall. During the current losing streak, the Astros have been outscored 219-47.
Sabina resident Bill Anders was honored at the game for being inducted recently into the Ohio State University Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Tigers took a 14-0 first quarter lead on a Cam Snider touchdown pass to Jordan Essig and a Will Rapp interception return for touchdown.
Snider had a passing touchdown and rushing touchdown to go along with an extra point kick as the Tigers continued to pull away from the Astros.
Bethel-Tate has won three in a row after starting the year 0-3. The Tigers are the defending National Division champions.
East Clinton was originally scheduled to play Fayetteville in Week 7 but the Rockets dropped football this season. So the Astros will travel to Mississinawa Valley 7 p.m. Friday night for a non-league game.