ALLENTOWN — In a game that wasn't set until Thursday night, the Line Mountain defense didn't have much time to prepare for the pass-happy Executive Education Academy team they faced on Saturday night. The Eagles defense did a good job of keeping everything in front of them for the first half, but the Raptors began executing with ease in the second half, on the way to a 26-0 victory.

Once the second half began to unfold, Line Mountain watched Executive Education's talented receivers begin to make plays every time their strong-armed quarterback dropped back to throw. Even when the Eagles seemed to be in position to make something happen, nothing seemed to go in their favor—defensively or offensively.

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