Senior running back Brandon Davis led the team in scoring with four touchdowns – the first being a 56-yard run in the first quarter. He added a 22-yard rushing score in the second quarter and a pair of 1-yard runs in the second half.
Quarterback Slade Boynton connected with receiver Clayton Adams for the game’s first score – a 24-yard pass on the Pirates’ first drive. Kicker Michael Horn was perfect on all five extra-point attempts.
For the Pirates, it was their second-straight win – coming off a home 34-27 victory over the Arlington Seguin Cougars – and their third win in the last four games. The Crowley game also marked the team’s first win on the road this season.
Offensively, the Pirates had 405 yards. Davis ran for 234 yards – the third 200-yard game he has posted this season. He also hit the 1,000-yard mark and is just shy of the district rushing title. Others with rushing yardage were Justice Love (11-46), Boynton (3-5), Dakota Morgan (1-2), and Trevor Wilson (1-2).
Boynton, filling in for an injured Nick Fotu, completed 6 of 9 passes for 106 yards. Players with receiving yardage were Adams (3-74), Connor Green (1-25), Love (1-6), and Travis Hord (1-1).
The Pirate defense made some key plays, including recovering two Crowley fumbles and stopping the Eagle offense on several fourth-down conversions.