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|Centreville ends River Oaks season|
The River Oaks Mustangs (7-4) will hang up the pads after a 39-8 loss to defending Mississippi Private School Association 2-A state champion Centreville Academy on Friday night.
Centreville jumped out to a quick 6-0 advantage on a two-yard rushing touchdown by quarterback Hunter Bradham. The run on a two-point try was unsuccessful against a suspecting and ready River Oaks defense.
Running back Zach Sinclair quickly gave Centreville a 12-0 lead early in the second quarter on a 19-yard jaunt to pay dirt.
Sinclair led all players in total offense as the senior ran for 204 yards and four touchdowns on 24 carries for Centreville. He followed his first score with runs of 13 and 14-yards respectively to cap his huge offensive outburst. Clifton Hurst accounted for the other Centreville rushing touchdown.
Centreville ran for 310 yards and River Oaks was uncharacteristically inefficient in their rushing game with just five yards on the night.
"We just lost the game up front," River Oaks head coach Robert Hannah said. "Centerville Academy just beat us along the offensive and defensive line Friday night."
Three turnovers (two fumbles, one interception) also hindered the River Oaks offense. The Mustangs were shut out during the first three quarters of the game.
Mustangs senior quarterback Cody Trichell continued to guide with power. Trichell was 5-of-12 for 83 yards passing but could not find time to throw down field because of an intense pass rush.
The big play for River Oaks came in the fourth quarter. Trichell found a crossing-route over the middle run by wide receiver Will White for a 40-yard touchdown pass.
The score was followed by a two-point conversion run to cut the Centreville lead down to the final margin of 39-8.
The Mustangs will now move forward into an off-season of determination to go farther beginning next August.
River Oaks will be looking to replace many weapons from the 2008 squad. The offensive and defensive sides will both graduates many faces, including Trichell and John Rockett, who both doubled as offensive and defensive starters this season. Trichell picked up two interceptions as a defensive back in 2008.
The Mustangs will also will work on finding more depth. Many students also play basketball at River Oaks and that regular season begins Nov. 18.
"We want to continue to garner community support," Hannah said. "We also will work hard to improve our mistakes and always the goal is to improve the next season from one to the other."