Eagles fall in 42-28 seesaw game

By MARK ROGERS,

For three quarters East Marion and Richton played a back-and-forth battle but the Eagles wound up dropping a 42-28 contest to the Rebels, Friday night on the road.

A tough fourth quarter saw the Eagles give three touchdowns to fall to 1-3 on the season, something that frustrates head coach Kevin Jackson.

 
 
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