COMO — For the first time in eight games, the Eagles were not shutout.
The hometown fans at Ron Heflin Field, did not get to see a victory, but they got to see the scoring drought ended.
Como-Pickton fell 55-6 to Clarksville Friday in district football play.
The point was not that the Blue Tigers won, it was the points scored by Como-Pickton.
Since Sept. 6 the Eagles have been shutout in every game. The total had reached 431-0 before Friday night.
The Blake Neal one-yard touchdown run ended the scoreless streak.
For the year, the Eagles are 0-8, they have been outscored 486-6.
In the game with Clarksville, Como-Pickton had 71 total yards. Zach Robinson ran 26 times for 64 yards. Neal had one carry for one yard, one score.
Cody Fite completed 2 of 6 passes for eight years. Neal and Brazos Kight each caught one pass for 4 yards.
Fite had eight carries for minus two yards.
The Eagles play Nov. 1 at Bogata against Rivercrest in 8-2A DII district play.
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