Eagles win two games over Tigers

From Staff Reports

Oct. 5, 2007 - BLUE RIDGE - The Como-Pickton Eagles middle school teams won both games over the Blue Ridge Tigers Thursday night in Blue Ridge.

The eighth grade team won 12-0, while the seventh grade team opened the night with a 16-0 win.

In eighth grade action, The Eagles took advantage of a scoreless first quarter with a 25-yard touchdown by Tanner Brumley in the second quarter as CP held a 6-0 lead at the intermission.

The Eagles had a touchdown by Brumley in the first quarter called back due to a holding call and in the second quarter a touchdown pass from quarter back Brodie Ogle to Cameron Bain was called back due to a holding call.

The Eagles wrapped up the scoring in the fourth quarter as Trevor Cagle had an 80-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Ogle went 4-for-8 passing for 63 yards as Bain had two catches for 46 yards and Brumley had two catches for 17 yards.

Defensively, Paxton Vail had two sacks in the third quarter.

The Eagles eighth grade team is 2-1 for predistrict and will start district play with Hawkins there next Thursday.

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