Boys’ and Girls’ golf teams split wins and losses in the first four matches of the season. The EHHS golf teams have played four games so far, and the girls have won all four matches while the boys have unfortunately lost all four. The first four matches for both the boys and girls took place at Montgomery Bell Golf Course, Mt. Pleasant Country Club, and Champions Run Golf Course. On Tuesday, August 11th, the EHHS golf teams played Creekwood High School at Montgomery Bell Golf Course where the girls beat Creekwood, and the boys lost a close match. The girls won their next two matches as well. On Thursday August 20th, the EHHS golf teams headed back to Montgomery Bell Golf Course where they played against Hampshire High school. The girls tied, and the boys lost another close match. Upcoming matches are with Hickman County High School on September 3rd and Eagleville High School on September 8th.
As cold rain and wind blew, the Eagles ran through the banner to start the game. The Eagles’ Senior Night was played on October 25th against Zion Christian Academy where the Eagles lost a very hard fought defensive battle. The Eagles blocked a punt in the end zone and completed a two point conversion to tie the game 8-8 at half time. Zion scored what would end up being the game-winning touchdown in the 3rd quarter. Even though the Eagles held them scoreless in the 4th quarter, they were not able to score themselves. The Eagles’ last game is this Friday, November 1st, against Scotts Hill High School in Reagan TN, Henderson County.
The Eagles played the Fairview Yellow Jackets for the first time in years. Even though the Eagles lost, they played a talented Fairview team who went to state playoffs last year. Because of the reputation and proximity of Fairview, it brought students out to the game to form a student section where they chanted and supported the Eagles throughout the game. For homecoming on September 13th, the Eagles will take on the Stewart county Rebels. Make plans to come out and support your Eagles!
Tre F. doubles the school’s rushing touchdown record in a football game on August 23rd. The Eagles win their first game of the season against the Perry County Vikings with a score of 47-7. At halftime, the Eagles led 27-0. Tre, a senior, ended the game with a total of six rushing touchdowns, doubling the Eagles’ previous record of three. Codey T., also a senior, had a touchdown at the end of the 4th quarter. At the beginning of the 4th quarter, Perry County got their only touchdown.
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