Harmony improve to 5-0 after a 49-28 victory against White Oak on Friday.

Harmony started on defense, but scored less than a minute into the game after Cameron Helpenstill intercepted a pass and went 33 yards for a pick six.

D.J. Click led the Eagles with four touchdowns in a monster game. White Oak's Heath Hood’s 36-yard pass to Kason Kienzle with 5:49 to play capped the scoring and made the final 49-28.

Both teams have a bye next week. White Oak will host Hughes Springs on Oct. 13 to open District 8-3A Division I play, while Harmony entertains Edgewood in the 8-3A Division II opener.