The Chester County football teams had a rough night Friday during the jamboree against the Riverside panthers with each game ending with a pre-season loss.
The junior high lost 6-8, and the Chester County freshman, junior varsity, and varsity teams all lost 0-14.
During the varsity game, the Panthers outscored the Eagles in yards as well, with the Eagles only being able to gain 14 total yards while the Panthers gained 185 yards.
The Riverside varsity team scored touchdowns with a 5-yard run and a 70-yard pass in the first quarter.
The Eagles were able to prevent the Panthers from scoring any more points in the second quarter though.
Coach Steve Robinson said that the high school teams needs to increase their intensity and physicality in the games henceforth.
The high school’s next game is Friday Aug. 23 against Fayette-Ware at home.