Last updated: August 26. 2014 10:44AM - 417 Views
By Lucas Vance lvance@civitasmedia.com

Richard Winn running back John Coleman breaks through the line Friday night.
Richard Winn running back John Coleman breaks through the line Friday night.
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WINNSBORO — The Eagles of Richard Winn Academy put on a scoring clinic Friday night when they cruised past Foutain Inn Christian 64-0. The Eagles opened up the 2014 season in front of their home crowd and entertained fans with a total of 286 offensive yards.

Richard Winn signal caller Matt Taylor spearheaded the speedy attack with 80 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Taylor did the majority of his damage in the first half with scores of 48, 5 and 21 yards.

As a squad, the Eagles averaged 14.7 yards per carry.

Taylor was near flawless, completing five of his six passes for 51 yards.

Richard Winn didn’t committed any turnovers and held Fountain Inn to just 13 yards per kickoff return.

The Eagle defense smothered Fountain Inn throughout the night allowing just 97 yards. The Fountain Inn rushing attack was limited to just 2.2 yards per carry.

Conrad Sharpe led the Eagle defense with five tackles. Webb Youngue snagged the game’s lone interception and Nic Stillwell scooped up a Fountain Inn fumble and scampered 65 yards the other way for the score.

Richard Winn will be at home again on Friday, when they host Cathedral Academy (North Charleston).

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