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|Eagles host Mangham, Warriors travel to Ringgold in season-openers|
The OCS Eagles ran to victory in a Thursday night jamboree, 26-0, over the St. Frederick Warriors.
OCS quarterback Jacob Davis threw a pair of touchdown passes to pace OCS over their district rivals.
Six delay of game penalties on the Warriors offense caused problems and kept the St. Frederick offense from finding its groove.
Quarterback Landon Williams had a touchdown pass called back because of a lineman downfield. The drive stalled inside OCS territory and the Eagles kept a shutout on the scoreboard.
"Landon was in his first start tonight," St. Frederick head coach Paul Guerriero said. "We did a lot of personnel changes and were behind the play clock."
OCS will have the first of three consecutive home games to start the regular season when they host Mangham on Friday night. The Dragons will present a better defensive challenge for the OCS.
"I thought our offensive execution was good," OCS head coach Steven Fitzhugh said. "We will continue to try and improve on our offensive execution going into the season opener."
The defense played as well as it could for OCS. The Eagles did not allow St. Fred to get inside Eagle 20-yard line during the jamboree.
The Warriors hit the road Friday to take on Ringgold in a game where coaches want to see improvement on both sides of the ball.
"We have to get better execution from our offensive personnel," Guerriero said. "We had some silly mistakes we must go back and correct before the season opener."
Ringgold suited up with just 17 players in spring drills. The Redskins will suit up with 32 players on Friday.
A 2-8 team a year ago, Ringgold averaged 4 turnovers per game last season. Ringgold will be most concerned with ball control and limiting turnovers against St. Frederick.