By Brandon Reed
After a week off, the East Jackson Eagles are ready to return to the gridiron, looking for their second win of the year with a trip to Rabun County Friday night for a 7:30 kickoff.
The Eagles went into the bye week off of a 42-0 loss to the Banks County Leopards during homecoming on Oct. 3. With a 1-4 region record, they are tied for seventh place in the region with Dawson and Rabun Counties.
It’s that tie that could mean their second victory of the year, and their second region victory in the Eagles’ short history.
Rabun County is in the same boat as East Jackson, but on paper, the Eagles have a clear advantage.