Heritage’s Offense Gets Rolling
By Walter Woodie SPECIAL TO NWA MEDIA
October 27, 2012
WAR EAGLES PICK UP SCORING PACE, PULL AWAY FROM POINTERS
When Heritage got on a roll offensively, Van Buren could not recover.
Why The War Eagles won
The defense stepped up after Van Buren opened up a 25-14 lead. In the second half, the War Eagles defense posted a shutout.
Why The Pointers lost
The Pointers could not keep up with the War Eagles' offensive onslaught in the second half. Van Buren had just one first down in the third period and committed two turnovers in the second half.
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