By Kendall Patterson
The Chester County Eagles Football team were shutdown by their rival, the Lexington Tigers, on Thursday night.
The game was pushed up to avoid the Friday storms; however, the Eagles still had to deal with the storms the Tigers brought to the field.
With the Eagles forced into using some younger players this week, they were wiped out 34-0.
Defensively, the Eagles did well considering the situation, but the offense is what was affected the most with less than 20 total yards.
Leading Eagles’ tacklers of the game were Cooper Bates – 11, Hunt Pipkin – 9 and Dean Estes – 9.
Additionally, Samuel Hannis had two sacks and one tackle for a loss.
This week is homecoming week, so they are searching for a W for their friends and family.
They will face-off against the Bolivar Central Tigers.