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The Montgomery County Eagles scored 21 unanswered points to defeat the Treutlen Vikings 28–10 Friday night at Brogdon Field in Mount Vernon.  The Vikings have now lost 7 in a row to the Eagles in the series.

Montgomery County got on the board first when they took their first possession 53 yards, scoring on a 35 yard run by QB Cameron Wallace.  The PAT attempt was successful by Manuel Ortega and the Eagles led 7-0.

In the second quarter, the Vikings drove deep into Eagle territory but a fumble inside the 5 yard line ended the threat.  On the Eagles next play, Viking defender Demeeko Terry tackled the Eagle ball carrier in the end zone resulting in a safety, making the score 7-2 in favor of the Eagles.

Montgomery County’s next drive ended near midfield as they turned it over on downs to the Vikings.  The Vikings took advantage of the good field position and drove 47 yards, scoring on a 9 yard Qamar Jordan run with 1:42 left before halftime.  The two-point conversion was successful and the Vikings led 10-7.

The lead was short-lived, as the Eagles flew down the field through the air and scored when Wallace hit Wells on a 5 yard touchdown pass to regain the lead going in halftime, 14-10.

Wallace added two more touchdowns for the Eagles in the second half on runs of 40 and 49 yards to pull away and down the Vikings 28-10.

Treutlen travels to Rochelle Friday night to face the Wilcox County Patriots with kickoff set for 7:30.  Catch all the action on Sweet Onion Country 101.7 FM and online at www.southeastgeorgiatoday.com with Jeff Raiford and Nathan Lamb.

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