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Raider Football defeats Eagles in Soap Lake

 

Quarterback Hunter Whitelaw passes under pressure from Eagle defenders. Whitelaw threw for 89 yards in the Raiders' 26-14 victory over the Eagles. - Photo courtesy The Grant County Journal

The Raiders raided Soap Lake last Friday, where they plucked the Eagle football squad with a final score of 26-14.

With the Raiders leading 14-0 at the half, the Eagles tried to make a comeback, putting up 14 points on the board, but the Raiders held strong, adding two more touchdowns in the half for the 12-point win.

Raider running back Tony Nichols rushed for 127 yards and scored all four of Lake Roosevelt's touchdowns.

The Raiders' next game is at home in Coulee Dam on Oct. 20 at 7 p.m., when the Raiders will take on the Bridgeport Mustangs.

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