MEBANE – Amier Alston took Senior Night time significantly for Eastern Alamance’s soccer staff.
“I used to be simply fired up,” stated Alston, a operating again. “Senior Night time, you understand how it's with feelings.”
Tre Boseman scored three touchdowns and reached a milestone and Alston tacked on two touchdowns Friday night time because the host Eagles blew out McMichael 55-Zero to lock up second place in the Mid-State three-A Convention.
Eagles coach John Kirby stated he was happy how his staff responded after a disappointing loss every week earlier in a showdown at Western Alamance.
“Our problem with our guys was to play with the depth that we had final week in the primary half of that recreation,” Kirby stated.
The Eagles (9-2 general, 5-2 Mid-State three-A Convention) have been up 42-Zero by halftime. A operating clock was used for the second half.
It was an excellent transition as Eastern Alamance heads to the postseason.
“And we’ll see what the playoffs have in retailer,” Kirby stated.
Alston went 32 yards with a Hayden Mann move for a landing late in the primary quarter and opened the second-quarter scoring with a 37-yard run.
“That was his finest recreation,” Kirby stated of Alston. “He sort of unleashed it.”
Boseman, a senior operating again, rushed for 113 yards on 13 carries, eclipsing the ,000-yard mark for the season in the third quarter. He scored on 15, 27 and 26-yard landing runs.
Colby Might opened the scoring on a three-yard reception from Mann only one play after Mann scrambled 22 yards on fourth-and-10.
The Eagles scored on a fourth-down snap on Mann’s 54-yard strike to Josh Robinson with 30 seconds left in the second quarter.
Mann accomplished 12 of 19 passes for 187 yards.
“We knew coming off a loss we actually needed to go after it,” Eastern Alamance offensive lineman Gabe Gonzalez stated. “We wished to enter playoffs (the fitting manner.”
McMichael (three-eight, 2-5) was restricted to 83 yards of complete offense.