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Eagles Football 2015 Outlook

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On September 4, 2015 our Eagles battled the Perry Hall Gators in the very first game of the season. I asked senior football player Isaiah Everett what he thought of our first game, and he responded with, “It’s gonna be our toughest game of the season, if everyone doesn’t put in 100% effort it’s almost impossible to win.”

On September 11, 2015, in our second game of the season, our Eagles soared into war with the Perryville Panthers. The Eagles won handily, 27-7.

For the third game of the season on September 18, 2015 our Eagles fly to Frederick, Maryland  for a battle with Governor Thomas Johnson High School’s Patriots. “We have never seen this team before,” said middle linebacker, Rocko Hillhouse. “They have some really fast and big athletes but we should do good against them.”

On September 25, 2015 our Eagles come home to defend our nest against the Edgewood Rams. “I think Edgewood is over confident they think they gonna beat us,” said safety, Dashaun Wiggins. “Personally I’m ready to ‘fry’ them.”

On October 2, 2015 the Eagles land in Havre de Grace to get revenge on the Warriors “I’m ready to go into Havre de Grace and do what we should have done last season and destroy them.” Said Right Guard, Cj Allen.

On October 9, 2015 our Eagles nest host the Fallston Cougars. “For me, this game is personal.” said cornerback K.J. Lyons, “Five go live.”

On October 15, 2015 our Eagles travel to Bel Air to face off with the Bobcats. “I think they will bring a fight,” said lineman, Anuar Kharmah, “It’ll be a close game.”

On October 23, 2015 our Eagles return home to host the C. Milton Wright Mustangs. “It’s gonna be a good game,” said defensive tackle Jamelle Burrow.

On October 30, 2015 the Eagles bring the Springbrook Blue Devils into our house to see what they’ve got. “I think Springbrook is gonna bring a fight,” said outside linebacker Luke Whittie. “I hope everyone’s ready for it.”

On November 6, 2015 our Eagles go into North Harfords house to battle the Hawks.

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