BE has dropped each of their last three games, after starting the autumn 5-0. Their opponents, these last few weeks, however, have been Oxford Hills – No. 1 in A North – as well as Thornton, No. 1 in A South, and now the Storm, No. 2 in A South.
Scarborough advances to 6-1. The Storm earn themselves a bye week through the first round of the playoffs. They’ll play again on, presumably, Nov. 2.
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Alex Dyer (8) and Nate Ferris (6) celebrate a Dyer TD.
Chase Graves lines up prior to a snap.
Bonny Eagle’s Nate Ferris dances with a couple of Scarborough defenders.
The Scots huddle up during a break in the action.
Shaun Brilliant recorded a strong outing for the Scots on Friday night.
Bonny Eagler John Dugan goes nose-to-nose with a Scarborough opponent.
Aidan McGlone (58) gets set on the line for Bonny Eagle.
Will Whyte breaks up the middle for the Scots.
Keegan Meredith hurls a ball for the Scots.
Will Whyte carries the ball – and a Scarborough opponent – for the Scots at the Storm on Friday night.
Bonny Eagle QB Keegan Meredith runs a keeper.