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The Chrisman-Scottland Eagle hosted Rossville on November 18th.
In the first quarter of the seventh grade game, Rossville took an early 13-2 lead over the Eagles. In the second, Rossville continued to hold on to their lead with a score of 25-4 going into halftime.
The second half of the match up didn’t fair well for the Eagles as they struggled to score in double digits.
In the end, the seventh grade Eagles fell to Rossville with a final score of 40-14.
Dylan Lucas led with eight points, followed by Chance Chaney with four and Breydon Butler with two.
The eighth grade boys took control in the first quarter of their match with a 9-1 lead.
In the second, Statler Mitchell and Gage Tingley made sure the Eagles stayed ahead. Going into halftime, the Eagles led 17-5.
In the third, Mitchell took control, scoring nine for the Eagles, extending their lead 30-13.
The Eagles lead was too much for Rossville to overcome, giving the eighth grade Eagles a 41-20 victory.
Statler Mitchell led with twenty-five points, followed by Gavin McCord with six. Gage Tingley and Hayden Spesard ended the game with four points each. Isaiah Conery had two points.
On November 22nd, the boys were on the road to take on Gifford. From the beginning, Gifford had control of the seventh grade boys.
In the first they led 18-4.
The Eagles struggled to score as Gifford continued to have a hold on the boys.
The seventh grade boys lost 48-25.
Dylan Lucas led with nine points, followed by Gavin Ruff with five. Breydon Butler ended the night with four points, followed by Chance Chaney with three.
Wyatt Quick and Carter Swinderman finished the game with two points each.
In the eighth grade game, Gifford looked to continue their dominance as they took a 10-7 lead over the Eagles in the first quarter.
In the second, the Eagles tied the game 14-14 going into halftime. In the third, the Eagles took a 34-21 lead.
In the fourth, the Eagles held Gifford to just five points, giving the Eagles a 47-26 win.
Statler Mitchell led with twenty points, followed by Gavin McCord with fifteen and Gage Tingley with eight. Hayden Spesard and Board finished with two points each.