East­side falls to Ch­es­ta­tee

The Covington News - - SPORTS - JAVON DICK­ER­SON sports@cov­news.com

The East­side Ea­gles lost their re­gion opener and took their sec­ond loss of the sea­son against Ch­es­ta­tee Fri­day night, fall­ing 33-23 at Sharp Sta­dium.

East­side strug­gled to slow down Ch­es­ta­tee’s run­ning at­tack. Ch­es­ta­tee ran the ball very ef­fec­tively, gain­ing chunks of yards on each of its car­ries.

“We made too many mis­takes,” East­side coach Rick Hurst said. “We (have) to fix be­tween the ears right now; it’s not the phys­i­cal part.”

East­side (2-2, 0-1) came out of the gates strong, scor­ing the first points of the game on its sec­ond drive. East­side moved me­thod­i­cally on the drive, as Jo­mandi Smith, Car­los Hug­gins, An­drew Hen­der­son and An­thony Hen­der­son all had car­ries on the pos­ses­sion that to­taled 34 yards.


quar­ter­back De­mario Ter­rell com­pleted passes to Quin­trell Mathis and Evan House for 21 yards on the drive, with Smith cap­ping off the scor­ing run with a 5-yard run for a touch­down at the end of the first quar­ter. East­side con­verted the two-point con­ver­sion, tak­ing an 8-0 lead.

Ch­es­ta­tee re­sponded quickly score.

Ch­es­ta­tee run­ning back Zachary Cheshire had a huge drive open­ing up the sec­ond quar­ter. Cheshire had two big runs on the se­ries, one for 16 yards and an­other for 27 yards. He fin­ished the drive with a 4-yard run for a touch­down.

East­side’s Jaquan Hen­der­son took the en­su­ing kick­off for a 99yard touch­down af­ter Cheshire’s score, giv­ing East­side a 16-6 lead.

Ch­es­ta­tee scored once more be­fore half­time on a 35-yard run to the house




East­side, 2B

Ch­es­ta­tee's Jamie Ar­royo breaks free from an East­side tackle Fri­day night against the Ea­gles.

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