Jakob Kirby

Jakob Kirby (5) finds running room with blocking help from teammate Jett Jeffery against Sand Rock. Kirby, Jeffery and Pisgah aplay their home opener Friday against fellow undefeated team Collinsville.

When Pisgah head football coach Luke Pruitt looks back on his team’s first two games, the contrast of the Eagles’ first-half performances stick out to him.

The Eagles threw two interceptions in the end zone, had a kickoff return touchdown negated by a penalty and weren’t physical or fundamentally sound on offense and defense as he’d like in the opener against Lexington, a game Pisgah ultimately rallied to win 29-28.

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