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|OCS preps for Delhi Bears|
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles (4-2) attempts to improve even more this week after a hard fought 14-7 victory over Delhi Charter leads them to a home game against the Delhi Bears this Friday night.
OCS started the scoring with a 33-yard touchdown run by Paul Michael Turner with 8:33 remaining in the opening quarter.
The Delhi Charter defense held tight the rest of the quarter and was able to keep the Gators within striking distance until Delhi Charter got their offensive running game on track.
"It is such a big win for us," OCS head coach Steven Fitzhugh said. "Defense bent but did not break."
Running back Randy Julian, making his first start in a month because of a leg injury, found a hole and bolted through and around the Ouachita Christian defense for a 21-yard touchdown.
Julian was the top Delhi Charter offensive player on Friday and finished with 90-yards and one touchdown on 16 carries. Ricci Gray was not far behind as he rushed for 85 yards on 13 carries. Quarterback Gabe Robinson rushed for 71 yards on 16 carries and completed 4-of-8 pass attempts for 42 yards.
Garner completed just 6-of-12 pass attempts for 41 yards and no touchdowns. Later, Carroll picked Garner off in the second half to stall a promising OCS drive and keep the Gators right there in the thick of things. Once again the OCS defense held tough and kept the green and gold ahead of the hungry Gators.
"Defensively we played well all night long," Delhi Charter head coach Bret Raley said. "Our defense would hold them then they would spring a run."
Garner was held without a passing touchdown for the first time all season. OCS opened the second quarter by marching down the field though, and Garner pushed OCS ahead. Another Taylor Dawson extra-point kick put OCS up 14-7 at halftime.
Neither team could muster any consistent yards and zero points in the second half as the OCS defense forced three fumbles and each team consistently had to punt the football away.
Now OCS will host the Delhi Bears who are coming off a 34-0 loss to Oak Grove last week.
Delhi was limited to just 72 yards rushing and 47 yards passing for the game and surrendered 321 yards on the ground to the Oak Grove Tigers.
"Delhi is a very athletic team with good backs," Fitzhugh said. "Our backs and receivers have to get on the same page and run routes correctly. We have to get it going more consistently on offense."
OCS feels they have yet to play a complete game and coaches know that now is the time to get it together as the playoffs get near.
"We don't want to look at film anymore and talk about what we should have done," Fitzhugh said. "We have yet to play up to our potential and we need to keep working hard."