Meanwhile, other teams were looking to strengthen their playoff hopes.
Here’s a look at some of the action:
Eagles 28, Indians White 12
Phil Bingham’s Eagles have already had a good season: A 3-3 record heading into Tuesday night’s game against the Indians White.
And when they took the field, the immediately went to work on offense, putting up 14 points before the half versus the Indians six points.
In the second half, the Eagles continued their dominance on offense and were able to score 14 more points on a touchdown per quarter.
They held the Indians to only a lone score nearing the end of the fourth quarter.
He said he liked some parts of Tuesday’s game, but others he could have lived without.
“When we did the smart things I like it, when we do the dumb things I don’t like that,” he said.
“They did pretty good, but they did some things that we worked on and they should have known better. But we’ll correct that.”
The win brings them above .500, but the Eagles will have one more shot at a win against the Indians Blue when they face them on Tuesday.
“They’re getting a little better, but end of the year playoffs coming around you want them to be getting better,” Bingham said.
“We’ve still got miles to go.”
Dragons Black 16,
Indians Blue 2
The Dragons Black started off slow Tuesday night, going into halftime having held the Indians Blue to only a safety in the second quarter.
But a long drive in the third quarter and a late fourth quarter grab in the endzone on a fumble sent the Dragons off with a big win.
Coach John Davis said after the game the safety was all strategy, sacrificing two points in order to forestall a touchdown.
“They kind of shut our offense down and we were stumbling around a little bit,” he said.
“But come out in the second half, the offense took control of the game and played well.”
The Dragons now head into their final game of the season ready to face off against rival Cedartown.
“We started out the first game of the season and we kind of got buried by Cedartown 24-0,” said Davis.
“But since then we’ve won 6 games in a row and we’re sitting 6-1 in second place by ourselves.”
Davis added that the Dragons Black, especially on offense, has been getting stronger every game, and looks to face down Cedartown on Tuesday once again.
“We’re looking for some revenge,” he said. “They’ve got a heck of a team.”