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|OCS battles St. Fred for bragging rights|
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles (8-1, 2-0 district 2-1A) will battle long-time rival Saint Frederick Thursday night in a marquee area match-up with big playoff implications.
OCS got into a dog-fight with rival Cedar Creek last week. OCS took a 28-20 lead at halftime and the defenses did the rest, with neither team scoring in the second half. It was the first scoreless second half of the season for OCS, and the second lowest point total in the win for the Eagles.
OCS quarterback Jacob Davis had a big night with 171 yards and two touchdowns passing to fuel the victory. Davis continues to fuel an offense produces big numbers week after week.
The OCS defense smothered a vaunted Cedar Creek passing attack that put up a pair of scores before intermission.
"Cedar Creek did some real good things with the pass game in the first half," OCS head coach Steven Fitzhugh said. "We will correct our mistakes and work on execution."
OCS is again ranked second in the latest sportswriter's poll in Class 1-A.
Saint Frederick is on an emotional high after throttling Bernice last week, 41-0. Quarterback Landon Williams and running back Chris Buttitta have been a sore spot for opposing defenses all season long.
Buttitta is quickly becoming one of the most prolific running backs ever at St. Fred and the Warriors have enjoyed some mighty big offensive success when he gets room to run.
That is a point of emphasis for both teams. The Warriors want to attempt to dominate the line of scrimmage to give their running game time to move the chains and run the clock.
The Warriors defensive backs will get their biggest test of the season. OCS quarterback Jacob Davis has found steady targets in Matt Kennedy and Glen Marshall to help lead OCS to a one-loss record.
Kickoff at Warriors Stadium is set for Thursday at 7 p.m.