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Junior quarterback Blake Seaton is looking to lead the Eagles to their best season yet

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Blake Seaton (18) celebrates a touchdown with teammates Josh Paubel (4) and Zach Dotson (39) in the team's 28-14 win against Warrenton.

Blake Seaton (18) celebrates a touchdown with teammates Josh Paubel (4) and Zach Dotson (39) in the team's 28-14 win against Warrenton.

Haleigh McCune

Blake Seaton (18) celebrates a touchdown with teammates Josh Paubel (4) and Zach Dotson (39) in the team's 28-14 win against Warrenton.

Haleigh McCune

Haleigh McCune

Blake Seaton (18) celebrates a touchdown with teammates Josh Paubel (4) and Zach Dotson (39) in the team's 28-14 win against Warrenton.

Jaxin Osinski, Reporter

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Blake Seaton helped lead the varsity football team to a 28-14 win in their first game of the year last Friday at Warrenton. As a junior, this is Seaton’s first full year as a starter. He is looking to make a huge impact on the field this year. 

Next up, the Eagles look to start the season off 2-0 for the second straight year when they play Westminster at home this Friday at 7 p.m.

“They are big, but we can beat them with our speed,” Seaton said about Westminster, who defeated St. Mary’s 26-15 in week one. 

The Eagles have added many new weapons to their team this year that other teams don’t know about and they are ready to use them in full force. 

Last Friday, in the team’s 28-14 season-opening win at Warrenton, there were very rough weather conditions and that did not favor throwing the football. The team kept the ball on the ground and rushed for all four touchdowns. So Seaton did not have the opportunity to show off his skills. However, he kept his head up and did the little things to help his team win.

Now this week he is looking to put on a show. 

“The goal for this week is to throw for 200 plus yards with two or more touchdowns,” Seaton said.

This 6-foot-5 quarterback is ready to do big things here at Liberty and plans on bringing a district championship home to The Nest. Seaton doesn’t plan on stopping there, he wants to go on to play division one football at his dream school Purdue University.

“I love Blake, he is the greatest thing to happen to Liberty,” running back Kyle Bermudez said. 

This team has built a brotherhood and family over the years and that is the key to their performance this year. They have confidence and trust in one another to get the job done every single Friday.

“It is a new and fun experience for me,” new defensive tackle junior  Gage Krogman said.