Eagles can’t keep pace with Valdosta

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Beaufort High’s defense could only stand strong so long against Georgia powerhouse Valdosta in a 44-7 road loss Friday.

The Eagles’ defense showed some resistance early, keeping Beaufort within 14-0 after one quarter, but the Wildcats were able to stretch the lead to 30-0 at halftime and 44-0 entering the fourth quarter.

Tyler Haley connected with his older brother, Matthew Haley, for a touchdown pass to get the Eagles on the board in the fourth.

Daryl DePass and William Winburn each recorded interceptions, and Alvin Wilson and Theo Washington each had a sack for Beaufort.

The Eagles (0-3) return home to face Blythewood on Friday.

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