Suwanee, Ga– After falling short to their relatively new rival, Mountain View, last season the Eagles entered Friday night’s game with the determination to get a win.
And that’s exactly what they did. Mountain View’s defense struggled to stop Collins Hill’s run game and gave up a total of 239 rushing yards. Senior Evan Anderson accounted for 166 of those yards and 3 of Collins Hill’s touchdowns.
During the fourth quarter the Bears found themselves down by two touchdowns. They attempted a comeback and cut the Eagles’ lead to a single touchdown. However, multiple penalties and an interception by Collins Hill’s Chandler Black allowed the Eagles to capitalize.
Following Collins Hill’s 29-21 win quarterback Jon Michael Findlay explained how great it was to finally get a big win against a talented team. He said, “It gives us a lot of confidence and gets our community excited as we head into the biggest part of the season”.
The Eagles’, now 3-1 in region, have a bye next week and then will face another conference opponent, North Gwinnett.
–Also, huge shout out to Liz Edwards and her crew from maxpreps for allowing me to shadow them during Friday night’s game!–
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