Oak Ridge War Eagles look to soar over Klein Forest Eagles
THE WOODLANDS, Texas---The 1-0 Oak Ridge War Eagles host the 0-1 Klein Forest Eagles in the War Eagles first home game of the 2017-2018 High School Football season. This game is also Parent Night as well which means this year's seniors and their families will be honored on the field during halftime.
The War Eagles are coming off a blow out win on the road in a game that was hosted down in El Campo against the Gregory-Portland Wildcats. The War Eagles won by 5 touchdowns. The Oak Ridge defense was who we thought they were. They allowed allowed under 50 yards through the air while also picking off Wildcats Quarterback Austin Ochoa once. The stingy War Eagle defense allowed under 100 yards on the ground as well.
The Klein Forest Eagles are also playing their first game and will be looking to have another great season as well. The Eagles could be in for another long night as this explosive War Eagles offense can put some points on you in a hurry. Expect Running Back Kamri Williams to have another exceptional game to start his Senior campaign and for this 2 quarterback duo that the War Eagles have to wear down this Eagles defense.
The War Eagles defense will have to put a spotlight on Eagles Senior Quarterback Juwan Sterling. Sterling is looking to build on a stellar 2016-2017 season and is a dual threat out of the back field for the Eagles. The War Eagles will have to put a spy on him almost every play and will have to make sure to not let Sterling get outside of the hashes. Last week I had predicted the War Eagles to blow out Gregory-Portland and was just a little bit off. This week I predict another blowout for Oak Ridge. I feel the offense will continue it’s rise to greatness and don’t see Klein Forest having an answer. I see the game ending in a score of 42-21.
So don't forget to join us here at Woodlands Online as the Oak Ridge War Eagles face off against the Klein Forest Eagles. This game is brought to you by Mr. Rooter. Replays are sponsored by Fair Claims Roofing. Halftime features an interview with South County Football League president Eric Endicott. SCFL players become CISD players in their 3 south county schools.