Eagles welcome Reeltown for 2020 home opener
The Goshen Eagles hope to get in the win column Friday night when they take on Reeltown in their 2020 home opener at Eagles Stadium.
The Eagles are two games into their season and after falling to both Trinity and Childersburg, coach Bart Snyder and the Eagles are looking to play better this week.
“Our guys know what they need to do,” Snyder said. “They are better than how they played last week. We hope to see a team that is ready to play and better than they were last week. We are getting better every week. The attitude of these kids is unbelievable.”
They will take on a Reeltown team fresh off their run to the state championship game in 2019. The have started the season 2-2, with alternating wins and losses. Their wins have come against Tallassee and Childersburg. They have losses to Saint James and Montgomery Catholic.
“Reeltown is versatile and a really good ball team,” Snyder said. “They have lost to two really good ball teams. They were runner-up last year so they know what it takes to get there. Coach Matt Johnson does a really good job with them. They are very sound in every aspect of the game. They run multiple sets and they have a really good offensive line.”
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.