Tuesday, January 16. 2018 The game was close. And then it wasn’t. East Jackson (12-7, 2-2) broke open Friday’s rivalry game with a 13-2 second-quarter run, followed by a 37-point third-quarter outburst, in a 94-51 home victory. “Don’t let the record fool you — Jackson County is a good team,” Eagle coach David Akin said. “They just, like a lot of teams, are trying to put a whole game together. They gave us everything we wanted for a half and a quarter.