WSN Middle sweeps BMS in football, 28-14

Published 2:34 pm Monday, November 3, 2008

By By Adam Robinson – Sports Editor
In a Battle of Murder Creek middle school version game, the W.S. Neal Eagles capped of their 6-1 season and their season sweep over Brewton Middle School Monday night in Brewton with a 28-14 win over the Tigers.
With the loss Brewton ended their season with a 3-4 record.
The Eagles jumped out to a 14-0 halftime lead and head a 28-0 lead over Brewton before the Tigers scored two late touchdowns to cut the lead to 28-14 but W.S. Neal was able to hold on to the 14-point win.
Jeffery McMillan scored the first two Eagle touchdowns and Marquese Banks scored the final two for the Eagles.
McMillan scored on a 12 and a 25 yard touchdown pass.
The first touchdown pass came from Keith Bradley to McMillan and the second from Dylan Godwin to McMillan as the Eagles held a 14-0 lead at the half.
Banks scored on a 4-yard touchdown run and then returned a Brewton fumble 16 yards to the end zone to give W.S. Neal a 28-0 lead with 6:42 left in the game.
Banks finished with 86 yards rushing on 13 carries to lead the Eagles in the win. Bradley finished with 23 yard for the Eagles. Bradley finished 4-for-6 passing with a touchdown and Godwin was 1-for-1 for a touchdown.
Jamal Spears had both touchdowns for Brewton as he scored on a 63-yard run with 6:10 left in the game and then scored on a 9-yard run with less than a minute to go.
Spears finished with 92 yards rushing on seven carries and Eric Maye had 78 yards on 11 carries in the loss.
Brewton was plagued with seven fumbles, losing four of them.
W.S. Neal finished with 152 total yards to Brewton's 196. W.S. Neal had eight first downs to Brewton's seven.
In the 7th grade game prior to the start of the eight graders game between the two schools, Brewton picked up a 1-yard touchdown from Caden Lodge with 3:54 left in the game to give Brewton a 6-0 win in the one 10 minute quarter of play.
Dominique Jackson led Brewton with 28 yards and Kieon Smith finished with six.
Lodge had the one touchdown and three yards rushing.
For the Eagles, Zack Haveard led with 27 yards rushing followed by 18 from Trevor Burns.

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