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MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK: Eupora proves to be dominant for entire game

November 11, 2013

Edwards

If anything could be said about Eupora’s game on Friday, it was that the team was dominant from beginning to end.
Offensively, the Eagles were in the driver’s seat. From special teams to the run game to in air combat, every aspect of offense was involved. The game began with a field goal compliments of Justin Lewis and moments later Lamontae Salley got his first of two touchdowns for the night. Trey Pittman and Chance Cooper also contributed as the pair connected not once but twice on touchdown passes.
It is this kind of diverse offense that has aided Eupora all season long and is once again serving the Eagles well as they progress through the postseason.

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