Varsity football takes down Naaman Forest 48-14

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Neha Madhira

Senior Derien Ivy, No. 2, and sophomore Aidan Siano, No. 44, run through the field after halftime in the week one matchup against Naaman Forest. In the attached article, sports editor and columnist Zach Markey gives a wrap-up of the Eagles defeat of Keller's Timber Creek Falcons 56-14, and he looks ahead to this week's match-up against Flower Mound. "Look for the Eagles to come out with a lot of intensity to put on a show for the home crowd," Markey said. "If they come out of Friday with a win, there should be lots to look forward to for the rest of the year."

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