|Kyle Baylor paced the Eagles with 3 picks and 4 scores Doug Aylestock / Photography Concepts|
Kyle Baylor had a phenominal night, with 3 interceptions, 3 touchdown receptions and a kickoff return for a fourth score.
"My coaches always preach take your read steps against the past," Baylor said. "I just did what I was told and I executed it the way we practice every day and it just turned out well."
|Bryan Wallace (60) and Kyle Anderson (70) bring down Khalid West Doug Aylestock / Photography Concepts|
Madison (2-6, 0-2) scored on a 35 yard Cameron Covington field goal late in the second quarter and got a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
The Eagles used a combination of running and passing to combine for one of their best offensive performances this year.
Quarterback Colby Childs was 7 of 10 passing for 129 yards and 4 touchdowns. 3 to Baylor and 1 to Peyton Rutherford.
"We all came out and did what we had to do and got the win," Childs said. "Everybody got to play which is good for us."
|Peyton Rutherford has accounted for 176 points this season Doug Aylestock / Photography Concepts|
|Ben Sprouse returned to the Eagles lineup this week Doug Aylestock / Photography Concepts|
It was also a special night for Eagles head coach Chris Parker and he faced a former student and player on the other side of the field in Madison's new head coach Chandler Rhoads.
"He's [Rhoads] a special man, and tremendous athlete," Parker said. "He's got a lion's heart and I know it hurts him to lose. I'm sure he will get the program turned around."
|Chandler Rhoads and Chris Parker the pupil and the teacher Doug Aylestock / Photography Concepts|
The Eagles return home on Friday night to finish their 2017 regular season against Bull Run District opponent George Mason. It will be senior night. Kickoff at "the Felt" is 7:30PM
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Highlights and post game interviews can be seen below on the Clarke County Sports Game of the Week