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The Raiders outlasted the Roadrunners for the second time this season, keeping them alive in the playoffs.
The next POD pits the 7-1 Raiders against the 8-1 Eagles out of Underwood.
The Underwood Eagles are coached by Nate Mechaelsen, along with Time Richard, Tyler Ridder and Jon Williams as assistant coachces.
The Eagles are averaging 43.7 points per game and allowing an average of 9.3 per game.
Underwood has outscored its opponents 394-84.
The Eagles have faced Atlantic, Tri-Center, MVAOCOU, Treynor, East Sac County, OABCIG, Missouri Valley, West Central Valley and Woodward-Granger, with the only loss coming from OABCIG.
The Eagles have thrown for 1,628 yards, including 18 touchdowns and six interceptions. The passing attack is led by sophomore Alex Ravlin who has been good on 106-of-203 attempts, throwing for 1,468 yards and 15 touchdowns, with all six interceptions coming from him.
Ravlin also carries the ball, rushing for 430 yards on 57 carries for six touchdowns.
The Eagles receivers are led by Brayden Wollan, who has caught 33 passes for 630 yards and eight touchdowns.
Blake Hall has caught 25 passes for 316 tyards and three touchdowns, while Quinn Kuck has caught 24 passes for 263 yards and three touchdowns.
Joey Anderson leads the ground game, with 99 carries so far this season, gaining 648 yards and nine touchdowns.
Hayden Goehring is second in the ground attack with 71 carries for 445 yards and 11 touchdowns.
The defense has recorded 21 sacks and 333 solo tackles on the season.
Scott Pearson leads the tacklers with 40.5 total, 32 solo and one sack on the year.
Carter Davis is the sack leader for the Eagles with 6.5 to his name, along with 22 solo tackles.
The defense has recorded 13 fumbles and intercepted the ball 16 times this season.