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|River Oaks slams UCS|
The River Oaks Mustangs (4-1) rushed past Union Christian School for a key Mississippi Association of Independent Schools victory last Friday night in shutout fashion, 49-0.
Running back Henry Biedenharn led the way for the Mustangs as he rushed for 56 yards and three touchdowns.
Biedenharn recorded touchdown runs of 12, 14, and 15-yards on the night. John Rockett also scored two touchdowns in the game including a 25-yard touchdown reception off a pass from quarterback Ryan McGregor and also a seven-yard touchdown run.
The River Oaks defense had their best performance of the season as they held the Union Christian offense to just eleven total yards on the night.
River Oaks had 292 yards of total offense, including 235 on the ground.
McGregor finished the game 4-of-6 passing for 57 yards and one touchdown.
River Oaks forced four turnovers but also surrendered the same amount to Union Christian.
River Oaks will look to keep up their intensity along the defensive line after recording three sacks and allowing just two first downs against UCA this week.
The defensive backfield has also been solid as they limited UCS to 0-of-9 pass attempts for zero yards last week.
Now the Mustangs turn their attention to another struggling MAIS school as they visit the Prairie View Academy Spartans (0-5) this week. Last week, PVA lost a home contest to Adams County Christian School 28-6. Prairie View has attributed most of their misfortunes to mishandling of the football.
Quarterback Gabe White rushed for the lone PVA score last week and will be the main concern of a River Oaks defense looking to keep their scoreless streak alive. That streak stands at four consecutive quarters.
The Prairie View Academy defense has shown great resolve as of late and held ACCS scoreless for the first three possessions, but could not fight off a short field for too much longer thanks to several offensive turnovers.
This will be the first district game for both teams.
For those not able to attend the game, KMLB 540 AM will carry the game live beginning at 6:30 p.m.