The Rosepine offense struggled to finish off drives in its limited possessions and was shut out for the first time this season.

The Eagles fall to 4-5 on the year with its 13-0 loss to Oakdale Friday night on the road.

"It was a hard-fought ball game," Rosepine head coach Brad Ducote said. "We just made too many mistakes to really have a chance to win. That being said, we were down 3-0 on our first drive and got into the redzone, where we turned it over. Our next drive, we had another turnover, and that sealed our fate. I think it took some of our confidence away. We couldn't really get into a rhythm after those two interceptions."

The Warriors got on the board first with a 17-yard field goal in the first quarter, and after a scoreless second, led 3-0 at the break.

Midway through the third, Oakdale added a touchdown on a 17-yard pass from Cornell Brown to Nick Davis. The pass attempt was the one of two in the game by Oakdale.

The Warriors added another field goal in the fourth to seal the win as Rosepine could not find the endzone.

"I felt that if we could get a few completions and mix in the run, we could break the ice," Ducote said. "If we ever got that first score, we could have a chance to win."

Possessions came at a premium for the Eagles as the run game of Oakdale kept them off the field. The Warriors rushed for 292 yards, including 245 from Keyon Pugh.

"Oakdale kept the ball from us," Ducote said. "They had a good game plan. The Pugh kid ran hard and kept them and the clock moving. It just kept us off the field. We were limited to five possessions but it was really four because one of them was with a 1:30 to play on our own 25. We didn't have many chances."

Grant Ducote led the Eagles with 106 yards on 20 carries, and Ethan Frey went 7-for-19 for 79 yards.

Rosepine closes out its regular season next week against DeQuincy at home.

"We have to keep doing what we are doing," Ducote said. "We have to get better at it and more consistent. We've been too inconsistent. That may just be dealing with young kids or whatever the reason. We didn't play well the week before against Pickering. I'm hoping we will come out, fight and execute against DeQuincy."