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Raiders seek first win, Eagles looking for revenge for 2009

September 17, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Last season, the Hebron Christian Eagles (1-3) and the Oak Hill Academy Raiders (0-4) started, what everyone hopes to be, a long-lasting rival series in Clay County.
Hebron traveled to Oak Hill in 2009, and they were sent away with a 14-0 loss.
This year, the Eagles will be hosting the Raiders, in a rematch, to see who wins the Clay County title in 2010.
Neither the Eagles nor the Raiders have a had a lot going for them in the first four weeks of the regular season.
The Eagles dropped their first two games, getting out-scored 79-6.
They finally got a 2010 win in week three at West Memphis Christian. They defeated the Black Knights 20-15.
They returned home last week, where they lost to Benton Academy 46-0. The Raiders are still seeking their first win of the season.
Last week, they traveled to Leake, where the Rebels defeated them 61-6.
Both teams still have the division portion of the season ahead of them, and they are hoping they have the best football ahead of them as well.
The Eagles have been out-scored 130-26 this season.
The Raiders have been out-scored 125-46.

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