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GOODWELLâ€”The Eagles got a 28-0 drubbing from Satanta, Kan., in the home opener Thursday night.
The game marked the first home game the Eagles have ever played at night under the lights at Goodwell High School. New lighting was recently installed at the field in Goodwell. The Eagles had traditionally played at Carl Wooten Field on the campus of nearby Oklahoma Panhandle State University
â€śWeâ€™ve got to take care of the ball. We canâ€™t go down the field and turn the ball over,â€ť said Goodwell head coach Jason Pierson.
â€śWe had three turnovers in the end zone and one other turnover,â€ť he said.
â€śWe let them get up real quick. We let them get a touch down (early ) and that gave them the momentum,â€ť Pierson said.
â€śOur offense was struggling and we had to find ways to get in the end zone,â€ť he said.
â€śGetting on our blocks and staying and playing disciplined football. I donâ€™t think we had a lot of discipline tonight,â€ť Pierson said.
â€śI thought Riley Hinds stepped in at tailback for us and he ran the ball hard and got some positive yards and impressed me,â€ť he said.
Satanta 28, Goodwell 0
Satanta 6 8 6 8â€”14
Goodwell 0 0 0 0â€”0
Additional stats were not made available.