Chester County High School Eagles defeat Adamsville Cardinals

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After scrambling and breaking some tackles in the backfield, Chester County quarterback Tony Washington throws it deep to Chad Barham who was open near the endzone. Barham makes a spectacular catch and gets his feet down in bounds within the five yard line. Photo by Kendall Patterson

By Kendall Patterson
Editor

The Chester County Eagles Football team became 2-2 after taking over Adamsville’s field with a win of 41-14.
The Chester County defense did well.
Player of the Week Alex Lowe had 13 total tackles with 11 of them being solos, two tackles for a loss and 1 forced fumble. Additionally, the Eagles defense snatched two interceptions during the game. One of them being by Jaylen Edgeston and the other one caught by Dean Estes.
Head Coach Steve Robinson said he was proud that the Eagles were able to keep the Cardinals on their side of the field for the majority of the game.
On the offensive side of the ball, Ellis Patterson ran for 164 yards on 22 attempts with three touchdowns and Chad Barham had one touchdown and 108 receiving yards all on three catches.
The coaches after the game commended both sides of the line for their efforts on Friday.
This week the Chester County Eagles play at home against The Hardin County Tigers.

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