It took an ice storm, power outages, and a push to a Saturday afternoon game for the Eagles to get their first win of the season. The Watonga Eagles took on another Eagles team from Oklahoma Christian Academy in Edmond for their last home game of the regular season, which happened to also be Senior Day. Aaron Perez, Nic Mata, Kannon Kearney, Brendan Cole, Junior Clay, Luis Mata, Kyle Brown, Kerby Easter, and Tucker Estep stepped onto the field for the final time at the Eagles' Nest and wanted nothing more than to go out with a win. The team came out firing off the ball on offense, and on a quick catch from Perez and pitch to Chris Sanders, they were off for an apparent score. The touchdown was wiped out, due to an illegal forward pass. The offense continued to push, but lost the ball on a strip by the defense near the goalline. The Eagles defense came out and did something that they haven't done all season, swarm tackle. On fourth down, the opponent's snap went over the head of the quarterback, and the Eagles attacked, led by Kannon Kearney and Elijah Lauminick, resulting in a huge turnover on downs. Nic Mata took a run for his biggest run of the season, but penalties forced the team backwards, causing the offense to stall. The teams went back and forth without a score, with only Kearney's interception against the opposing team being one of the few highlights of the half.