Last updated: October 25. 2013 11:20PM - 749 Views
Kevin Boozer Staff Writer



Quarterback Matt Taylor led the Eagles to a home victory over Pee Dee. RWA improved to 4-6 on the season.
Quarterback Matt Taylor led the Eagles to a home victory over Pee Dee. RWA improved to 4-6 on the season.
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WINNSBORO — The Richard Winn Eagles had the number of the Golden Eagles from Pee Dee Friday night. RWA led throughout in the 53-26 victory. Eagle defensive backs intercepted several passes in the second half. John Coleman returned one for a pick six and Web Yongue had a pick that set up another score. Quarterback Matt Taylor found running lanes on quarterback draw plays and added two rushing touchdowns of his own.


Richard Winn led 26-18 at the half. Pee Dee cut the lead to 20-18 with three minutes remaining in the second quarter. RWA mixed in reverses, passes and running plays to add a touchdown before the half.


This was the final time Richard Winn squares off in football versus Pee Dee which is moving up to 11-man football next year. The Eagles played a lot of young players in this game with their lone eighth grader capping off the scoring for the Eagles with a fourth quarter rushing touchdown. For a complete write-up on the game, see Tuesday’s edition of The Herald Independent.

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