Last week the Eagles traveled to Broken Bow to take on the Indians in week number eight. The Eagles came away with a 12-6 victory, improving their record to 2-6. The score was not indicative of how the game played out throughout the night. The Eagles dominated at the line of scrimmage and out yarded the Indians by over 200 yards of offense. The Eagles had four touchdowns that were called back and another drive inside the one yard line that was pushed back due to penalties.
"We felt good just coming out of this game with a win. We were extremely proud of how hard our kids played for all four quarters on Friday night. Our Line played exceptionally well, blowing open holes all night for our backs to run through. Our receivers have been catching a lot of balls up to this point, but Friday night they showed that they could block equally as good. This was just an overall team effort and our players, as well as our fans, should be extremely proud of the way they fought for this win," said Coach Brock Eichelberger
The Eagles ran 58 plays and had 10 touchdowns with nine penalti3es for 80 yards.
The Indians ran 61 plays for 14 first downs and eight penalties for 45 yards.
Michael Poese led the Eagles with 15 carries for 129 yards and two touchdowns; Turner Jussel three carries for 46 yards; Brady Sidak 10 carries for 44 yards; Fabian Acevedo four carries for 22 yards; Kobly Dean one carry for eight yards; Peyton Mathews one carry for two yards; and Mason Walsh five carries for a yard.
Sean Coventry led the Eagle receivers with two catches for 15 yards; Sidak one catch for 12 yards and Mathews one catch for nine yards.
Sidak led the defense with 12 tackles; Riley Davis 10 tackles; Dean, Mathews and Poese had seven tackles each; Matthew Pardun, Brandon Hopson and Coventry two tackles each; Landon Classen, Walsh, Matt Wilson, Acevedo and Jussel one tackle each. Dean had one interception for 50 yards, Coventry one interception for 20 yards and Poese one interception for no return.