Friday night, the Chester County Eagles tried hold down the Fayette Ware Wildcats, but couldn’t come out with a win being defeated 32-9.
The Eagles defensive momentum sparked after a helmet-popping hit was made by Trenton Morris (#32) after the Wildcats barely was able to grasp the ball as it bounced after a punt.
A couple drives after, Fayette Ware’s center made a sloppy snap causing them to lose a massive amount of yards, and the Eagles’ defense was able to take advantage of it and force a safety.
Nonetheless, the Wildcats began scoring again ending the game with 216 rushing yards and 156 passing yards.
Chester County didn’t leave the game though without getting a touchdown. Ellis Patterson (#24) scored a rushing touchdown of 23 yards within the final minute of the game.
Patterson, in total, gained over 75 percent of the Eagles’ yard with 116 yards rushed.
Post game, Coach Steve Robinson said that the younger players need more experience.
“You can’t fix the inexperienced. Time and experience will fix a lot our problems,” he said. “I expect us to get better with the experience we get every week.”