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The Treutlen Vikings took down the Montgomery County Eagles on Thursday night at Bobby Driggers Stadium by a score of 38 – 7, ending a 19-game losing streak.  The win also ended a 7-game win streak by the Eagles in the series.

The Vikings got on the board first when senior running back Angelo Peeples ran it in from 4 yards out with 2:56 left in the first quarter.  The two-point conversion run by quarterback Cooper Brantley was successful and Treutlen led 8 – 0.

The Eagles answered with an 82 yard run by Jamun Coglin with 8:47 remaining in the second quarter.  The PAT by Mario Ortega was good and the Eagles had cut the lead to 8 – 7.

The rest of the night would belong to the Vikings as Angelo Peeples scored his second touchdown on another 4-yard run with 2:45 left in the second quarter.  Peeples ran in the two-point conversion as well and Treutlen led 16 – 7.

The Viking defense held the Eagles and forced them to punt on their next possession and took advantage on another touchdown with just 26 seconds before halftime when Cooper Brantley found receiver Jordan Coney on a 53-yard pass.  The two-point conversion run by Rod Fuller was successful and Treutlen led 24 – 7.

The Vikings added two more touchdowns in the second half on a 1-yard run by Angelo Peeples in the third quarter and a 20-yard run by Peyton Miller in the fourth quarter giving the Vikings the 38  - 7 victory.

Treutlen moves to 1 – 4 on the season and will open region play next Friday night at Bobby Driggers Stadium in Soperton against the Wilcox County Patriots with kickoff set for 7:30PM.  Catch all the action with Jeff Raiford and Nathan Lamb on Sweet Onion Country 101.7 FM or online at www.southeastgeorgiatoday.com 

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