The Chester County Eagles team could not win their third regional game against the South Side Hawks on Friday night.
The final score was 28-7.
During the game, the Hawks scored on their first possession following a good kick return.
Then, throughout the course of the game, they took up most of the game clock, and kept Chester County from scoring until the fourth quarter.
A couple of turnovers were made on special teams which was a postive from the game according to head Coach Steve Robinson.
“Special teams has been good for us pretty much all year,” he said.
Now with a record of 3-4, the Eagles are using their bye week to take extra planning time for their next game against the Lexington Tigers.
“We got next week (this week) off, so I hope it gives us a chance to heal up a little bit and work on some things.”