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PCA’s offense is averaging 41.6 points per game



Porter's Chapel Academy football team. (Photo by Carrie Martin)

Porter’s Chapel Academy football team is putting up big numbers this season. The team is now averaging 41.6 points per game.

Multiple experienced players have a hand to play in the team’s outstanding average. Many have stepped up their games and have been successful in finding their way into the end zone.

PCA quarterback Jace Riggs has been taking snaps and connecting with multiple wide receivers each week. Recently, during Friday’s homecoming game, he threw for two touchdowns and ran for one.

Willie Rogers and Tyler Washington are two more of the Eagles’ offensive weapons. Rogers has been adept at picking up anything thrown his way while Washington has had control of the game on the ground, as he has done for the past few years.

The Eagles’ highest scoring game this season was against Discovery Christian in a 70-6 win. Head coach Blake Purvis called the plays during the game.

PCA is currently coming off of a 52-6 win over Ben’s Ford Christian where Maureon Simms and Bridges Williams controlled the trenches.

The Eagles seemed to have benefited from all of the hard summer workouts. The team currently sits with a 3-2 record.

They will be back on the field on Friday to face Wilkinson County Christian.

Be sure to check out the Vicksburg Daily News Facebook page for score updates on Friday night.

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