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BEA Wins Battle of the Eagles


After a devastating 42-7 Monday night loss to Central, the Golden Eagles traveled to unbeaten Bald Eagle on only four days rest, knowing that it would be a tough game to win.

This proved to be the case, with the Golden Eagles dropping a 41-22 loss to BEA, but Tyrone proved to itself that they are starting to come together as a team.

“I think the game showed us that we can compete with anyone, if we can connect all of the pieces,” senior running back Brady Ronan said.

Ashton Walk let it fly last Friday, throwing for 300 yards, hooking up mainly with Ronan and wide receiver Andrew Weaver. Ronan netted 101 yards on 5 receptions, while Weaver accumulated 70 yards on 4 receptions.

Running back Seth Hoover led the rushing attack with 28 yards on 9 carries.

After going down 21-0 in the 1st quarter, the game seemed like it was already over, but a 69-yard touchdown catch from Brady Ronan built some confidence for the Golden Eagles.

A huge blocked punt from Andrew Weaver put Tyrone in a great scoring position, but the offense failed to convert on third down. 

Luke Walk would strip the ball from Bald Eagle’s running back Cameron Dubbs and took it 63 yards for a touchdown to make the score 21-12.

Once again the Golden Eagle defense came up big and forced a punt. Giving the ball to the explosive Tyrone offense with a couple of minutes to go in the 2nd quarter. 

After a couple of first downs, the Golden Eagles were on the Bald Eagle 22-yard line. Leaving the ball in the hands of Ashton Walk who converted to AJ Coleman over multiple defenders for the touchdown to make the score 19-21 going into the half.  

Going into the second half with a lot of energy the Golden Eagles threw an interception on the first drive. Which would result in a touchdown to Bald Eagles Cameron Dubbs to extend their lead. 

After this play Tyrone’s momentum started to shift in the wrong direction, giving up 13 more points to the Bald Eagle offense. 

“After the third quarter, we definitely slowed down on defense when we should’ve been making plays”. Said Richard Rawlings.  

Ultimately, The Golden Eagles lost 41-22 and their record fell to 1-3. 

This week they hope to improve to 2-3 as they take on the 0-4 Bellwood Blue Devils at Grey Memorial Field. 


Tyrone 0 19 3 0 — 22

Bald Eagle Area 14 7 7 13 — 41

First Quarter

BEA–Dubbs 8 run (Kad. Burns kick), 8:32.

BEA–Watkins 17 pass from Nagle (Kad. Burns kick), :01.

Second Quarter

BEA–Dubbs 1 run (Burns kick), 7:29.

T–Ronan 61 pass from A. Walk (kick failed), 6:09.

T–L. Walk 63 fumble return (Romani kick), 5:34.

T–Coleman 22 pass from A. Walk (2-point try failed), :48

Third Quarter

BEA–Dubbs 6 run (Burns kick), 4:19.

T–Romani 29 field goal, 2:49.

Fourth Quarter

BEA–Dubbs 12 run (2-point try failed), 11:00.

BEA–Watkins 10 pass from Nagle (Kad. Burns kick), 2:55.


First downs 

T: 10 

BEA: 20

Total yards 

T 325 

B 488


T 16-26 \

B 41-179

Yards passing 

T 299 

B 309

Passing (comp.-att.-int.) 

T 18-36-2 

B 20-26-0


T 2-36.5 

B 1-24


1-1 4-2

Penalties-yards 5-68 5-50


RUSHING–Tyrone, Hoover 9-28, Ronan 2-(-5), A. Walk 4-6, L. Walk 1-(-3). Bald Eagle Area, Dubbs 35-194, Nagle 5-(-14), Watkins 1(-1).

PASSING–Tyrone, A. Walk 18-36-2-299. Bald Eagle Area, Nagle 20-26-0-309.

RECEIVING–Tyrone, Andrew Weaver 4-70, Coleman 4-50, Ronan 5-101, Hoover 2-14, Woomer 1-50, Crowell 2-24. Bald Eagle Area, Kah. Burns 2-23, Dubbs 2-37, Watkins 8-125, Spackman 2-18, G. Burns 7-106.

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Brady Ronan
Brady Ronan, Staff Writer
Brady Ronan is a senior at Tyrone. This is his third year doing Eagle Eye and he is excited that he is doing this, as he is really interested in sports and taking pictures. After high school, he is planning on going to college. His favorite movie is Talladega Nights. He plays football, basketball, and runs track. He loves to meet and talk to new people and make new friends. He hopes that he can cover all of the sports and what is happening in the world today. A fun fact about him is that his favorite color is red and his favorite food is wings.
Andrew Weaver
Andrew Weaver, Staff Writer
Andrew Weaver is a senior at Tyrone Area High School. This is his second year in Eagle Eye. Andrew loves to ride dirt bikes with friends in his free time. He is a tri-sport athlete and competes in wrestling, football, and track. Andrew's passion for Eagle Eye is podcasting. He listens to many famous podcasts and would one day like to start his own. His plans after high school are to go to college and or trade school. A fun fact about him is he admires Mark Wahlberg a lot. One dream of his is to sit down and have a burger with Mark at his restaurant, Wahlburger.
Owen Oakes
Owen Oakes, Staff Writer
Owen is a sophomore and it is his first year as a part of the Eagle Eye staff. Owen plays for the Golden Eagles baseball, football, and basketball teams. In Owen's spare time, he enjoys playing video games, watching football, writing, playing sports, watching movies, and hanging out with friends. Owen's favorite sports teams include the Steelers, Pirates, Penguins, and Penn State. Owen plans to attend college after high school to become a physician's assistant. Owen hopes to write sports stories and appear in some podcasts during his time in the Eagle Eye. 
Ashton Walk
Ashton Walk, Staff Writer
Ashton is currently a junior at Tyrone Area High School. This is his first year in Eagle Eye. In his free time, he likes to hang out with his friends and family. After high school, he plans on attending college and continuing his athletic career. Ashton is a three-sport athlete who competes in football, basketball, and baseball. This year, he plans on writing meaningful stories on sports in the Eagle Eye with his friends. One of Ashton's dreams in life is to play college football at the Division 1 level.  A fun fact about Ashton is he's easy to talk to and get along with.
Alivia Anderson
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Allison Beeman
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Allison Beeman is a senior in high school and in her third year of Eagle Eye. When Allison is not in school, she enjoys playing softball as an outfielder. During the summer she traveled to Denver, Colorado to play in a softball tournament. After high school, she would like to attend college to major in business.  Before coming to Tyrone Allison lived in West Virginia and before that Maryland. Some of Allison's interests include listening to music, traveling, and hanging out with friends.  This year in Eagle Eye, Allison looks forward to taking pictures at football games and writing softball stories. 
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