Oak Hill season comes to an end, Eagles lose on the road

DTL Staff

The Oak Hill Raiders had their football season come to an end on Friday night with a 26-0 loss on the road to Winona Christian.

Defensively, the Raiders stayed in the game, but they had trouble getting anything going on offense.

Oak Hill head coach Chris Craven was proud of the effort from his team on a sloppy night for weather.

"Our guys played hard the entire game," Craven said. "The offense struggled to get things going. We did not win the turnover battle by throwing three interceptions.

"Their kicking game kept us in poor field position most of the game."

The Raiders finished the season with a record of 2-8 and missed on an opportunity to make postseason.

Even though the season did not go the way Oak Hill wanted, Craven was proud of the "no quit" in the Raiders all season.

The senior class has been special to Craven.

"I am thankful for all our seniors have done for us over the years and challenge our underclassmen to work hard all this year to prepare for doing great things next season."

Humphreys Academy 58, Hebron Christian 12

Despite the loss, the Eagles moved up to No. 9 in power points, which was good enough to make the playoffs.

Kobe Cooper had a 48-yard run and Bradley Scott scored on a 74-yard touchdown reception from Braeden Triplett. It was not enough against a strong Humphreys Academy squad.

Hebron Christian (2-8) will travel to Kemper Academy for the first round of the playoffs next week.