DCLA Eagles Still Perfect After Beating Forgan

Thursday, July 28th 2011, 5:51 pm
By: News On 6

Originally Published: Oct 16, 2010 12:9 PM CDT

Savanna Hodges
Oklahoma Sports Student Mojo

FORGAN, Oklahoma -- The Deer-Creek Lamont Eagles traveled to play the Forgan Bulldogs Friday, October 15, 2010, remaining undefeated with a 42-8 road win.

From the time the Eagles and their fans arrived at the Bulldogs field, there was not a quiet moment.

Eagle spirit was evident. There were Eagle Kites, rattlers, signs, clappers, the DCLA Marching Band, and plenty of the RED WHITE and BLUE!

The Eagles started off the first quarter as Lawson Thompson scored the first of many touchdowns for this game. When the first touchdown was scored, the Eagle fans were out of their seats cheering. The players were ecstatic, as well as Coach David Zachary and Coach Mike Thompson.

That was the beginning of the loudest football game since the Eagles 2009 football season.

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From that moment on, many people never sit back down. The DCLA marching band sounded phenomenal, and raised the spirit of the fans as they played.

At the half the Eagles were up 28-0.

The second half of the game was just as amazing as the first half for the Eagles, and the spirit still hadn’t stopped. The Eagles won the game 42-8 against the Forgan Bulldogs. The Eagles definitely have a lot of support and love from their family, friends, and fans. That was an amazing game for everyone on the Eagle Football team.