If you were looking for drama last Friday night at Eagle Stadium in Lohn, you should have stayed home and watched Law and Order, or CSI, or even CNN, because there wasn’t any drama here. Yep, over at halftime....again. No goal line stands, no fourth and ones, not even an interception or an onside kick. Just good old fashioned football, great offensive execution and smash-mouth defense. You had to invent your own suspense on this night....let’s see...Can Brian Torres kick one into the concession stand from the kick-off line?....nope, through the goalposts, yes, but not into the hot dog stand, although a couple of times, the concessionaires were scrambling to hide the mustard jar and the relish tray. Or maybe, how far can Denim Reeves really throw the ball? The Eagles d-backs were betting he could throw it about 55 yds....nope, 65 yds plus or minus....Chance Bush had the insider information....he knew how far he could throw it and averaged 33 yards per catch on three receptions for two touchdowns, the longest a 44 yarder. In fact, the Eagles mustered only one first down, which came on a penalty, in which the Coyotes had scored, on an interception. Spread-back Denim Reeves again led the scoring attack with two rushing TDs and three touchdown tosses. Sophomore Chance Bush had a stellar night with the two TD catches and a 27 yard dash for 6, for a total of 18 points. Stephen Thornhill scored on a beautiful 34 yard touchdown catch. Brian Torres added 8 points on 4-4 PAT attempts and Franky Soto cleared the concession stand for 2 more. Defensively, the Coyotes looked to be racing each other to the ball carrier, Chance Bush won out this week with 6 solo tackles and four assists. Danny Tillery had three solo tackles and a host of other Coyotes contributed with tackles or assists, including Ben VanCleave, Denim Reeves, Brian Torres, Neil McMillan, Tommy Hollon, John Greenwood, Elbert Thomas, and Franky Soto. Head Coach Jerry Burkhart, playing "Carnac", the mind reader, had his defensive guys positioned perfectly all night, while Offensive Coordinator Shawn Rogers choreographed his well rehearsed offense step for step. The Coyotes scored on 6 of 15 plays from scrimmage with only 5:39 time of possession. The defense allowed only 2 yds per play and the one first down by penalty. No drama here....we’ve seen this show all year....but stay tuned the now 8-0 overall and 2-0 in district, Coyotes, will host Brookesmith next week at Coyote Field in Richland Springs.