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LAST WEEK: After an incident in the third quarter, play was suspended and the game was ruled a double forfeit, with neither team receiving a win in the contest.

THIS WEEK: Liberty-Eylau (0-6) will have a bye before it opens district play.

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: QB Shannon Roy led the Leopards offensively with 12 carries for 150 yards. RB Damian Henderson added eight yards on seven carries and a touchdown for Liberty-Eylau. WR Korbyn White finished with three carries for 15 yards for L-E and RB T.J. Templeton ended with four carries for 20 yards. WR Malik Watson collected a catch for four yards for the Leopards.

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: DB Keyvuntae Featherson led the Leopards defense with five stops, one pass breakup and one forced fumble. LB Carron Eaton ended with four passes for L-E and DL Trevon Revels added a stop. LB Ahmajay Carter finished with three tackles for the Leopards.

COACH KLINT KING'S COMMENTS: "We had some big plays in the game when we could execute and then there were some plays when we didn't. We didn't execute our defensive game plan very well. That showed on the scoreboard.

"Damian Henderson is a extremely good football player and he played extremely well for us at times also. Korbyn White and Shannon Roy also did some extremely good things for us carrying the ball.

"This upcoming bye week is going to be big for us moving forward. We're going to regroup and get ready to head into a extremely difficult district schedule. We going to get ready for a district slate that's extremely good also. We have to be on point and ready to play top notch every single week."

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