KINGS MILL, OH – The CHCA Eagles dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball to come away with a convincing 48-6 win over the Madison Mohawks in the night cap of the Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown played at Kings High School.
The offense was lead by senior quarterback and Conner Osborne and junior wide receiver Cameron Murray.
Osborne, entering his third season as the starting quarterback, was 17-for-27 for 226 yards and three touchdowns.
Murray did most of his damage in the first half as he accounted for 10 of his 11 receptions in the opening stanza. Murray, who was named the Eagles most valuable player-of-the game, accounted for 168 total yards, 154 receiving and 14 rushing, and three total touchdowns.
The CHCA defense was also stellar, especially in the first half. Only one of Madison’s three first-downs in the opening half were given up by the Eagles defense. The Mohawk offense was only able to muster 31 yards in the opening half.
Madison running back Tre Owens earned the most valuable player for the Mohawks.
CHCA (1-0) will host Reading next week while Madison (0-1) will travel to Indian Hill.
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