The Conecuh springs Christian School (CSCS) Eagles wrapped up regular season play on the road this past Friday night against Brooklane Baptist.

After a close first quarter, the Eagles were able to pull away and win the game easily by the score of 55-20.

The Eagles were able to throw the ball very effectively since Brooklane keyed on the rushing attack for most of the game.

Lott Putnam has his best game yet completing 11-16 passes for 176 yards and 5 touchdowns.

AJ Taylor led the receiving corps for the Eagles with 8 receptions for 71 yards and 2 touchdowns.

On the receiving end of the other touchdown passes were Richard Santay, Joseph Munoz, and Miguel Gudino with 19, 8, and 78 yard receptions.

The rushing attack was also prevalent in the game. Joseph Munoz led the Eagles carrying the ball 13 times for 144 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Joseph Jones also got in on the action by scoring his first career touchdown on a 24 yard carry. Cesar Bravo-Mota was held to a career low 26 yards but didn’t play much more than a quarter due to a minor hand injury.

The CSCS defense turned in one of the better performances of the year despite allowing 20 points.

Tristan Moseley once again led the Eagles with 6 ½ tackles and 1 sack.

Next up was Ivan Reyes-Bautista with 5 tackles and a sack.

Providing the real spark for the defense was Kevin Padilla with a career high and CSCS record 3 interceptions.

Next up for the Eagles is a home playoff game this Friday against Victory Christian. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m.

Please make plans to come out and pack the stands to show your support. With a win the Eagles would advance to the State Championship game the following week.

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