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Eagles get break from league play, will face Carroll on the road

October 5, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Hebron Christian Eagles (1-5; 0-1) did not get off to a great start in conference play last Friday night at Central Holmes.
They Trojans pulled away in the second half to defeat Hebron 32-20.
This week, the Eagles will be on the road again, but unlike their game with the Trojans, they will not be facing a conference opponent.
They will be heading to the Delta to take on the Carroll Academy Rebels.
The Raiders have had an up and down season in 2010, winning two in a row after a week one loss.
They would go on to lose the next two games, which were district matches, but they returned last week with a win in a non-district game against Deer Creek.
The Rebels are 3-1 in non-league play overall.
Hebron has had a tough go of it of late, losing their last three games.
Friday’s 12 point difference was the Eagles’ closest game since their lone 20-15 win at West Memphis in week three.

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