Posted On: 02/13/20 12:27 AM

After improving tremendously since last season, Lancaster has been playing comfortably, winning the last five games. Holding a big lead and coming out of halftime with the score 33-17, the Eagles seemed to have got complacent as Katella made a spurt of runs to cut the lead down to ten points at times.

“I’m glad we got the win, but I thought we got a little lackadaisical, turning the ball over”, said Lancaster head coach Sidney Melvin. “We had several mismatches that we could’ve taken advantage of and we have to get better at finding those early on and exploiting them”. “I give them a lot of credit for the comeback they made but we settled down, ran our offense and took time off the clock which is what we wanted to do”, said Melvin.

Although it was a battle all night, the Eagles walk away with a big playoff victory after not qualifying for the playoffs the past two seasons. For head coach Sidney Melvin, tonight’s game provided much-needed characteristics that need to be worked on to stay alive in the playoffs. With the next game approaching, polishing up little aspects of the game will ensure a much safer

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