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|Sterlington knocks off West Ouachita 20-7 in Bayou Jamb|
At the 2012 Bayou Jamb Media Day, Sterlington Coach Mike Collins said that he wanted to bring the expectation of winning back to Sterlington. If the Panthers performance in Bayou Jamb is any indication of things to come, Sterlington is on the right track.
After battling to a scoreless tie in the first half, the Panthers' new triple option offense looked like a well-oiled machine in the second half — scoring both on the ground and through the air en route to a 20-7 Bayou Jamb victory over the West Ouachita Chiefs.
It only took the Panthers 33 seconds to strike in the second half when quarterback Taylor Lockwood executed a perfect quarterback draw for a 42-yard touchdown to put the Panthers on the board first. The extra point was no good as Sterlington took a 6-0 lead.
Lockwood struck again on an 18-yard option play around the left side. Freshman receiver Devon Murphy earned the two-point conversion on an end around on the right side to make the score 14-0 with 11:08 left in the game.
West Ouachita got on the board with a 1-yard touchdown quarterback sneak by Clay LaBeff. Spencer Perkins converted the point after to make the score, 14-7. The West Ouachita score was set up by a bruising 31-yard run by senior fullback Hunter Deville.
After Perkins booted the kickoff into the end zone on the ensuing kickoff, Sterlington took possession on its 20-yard. On the very first play of the Sterlington series, running back QuenTerrius Gray broke loose on a 42-yard run to put the Panthers in business on the West Ouachita 38-yard line. A few plays later, Lockwood hooked up with senior receiver Casey Sutton for a 9-yard touchdown reception to put the Panthers up, 20-6.
Lockwood was named Most Valuable Player of the Game for Sterlington while West Ouachita's Deville picked up MVP honors for the Chiefs.
West Ouachita will travel this Friday to Central Louisiana to face Class 5A Pineville Rebels while Sterlington will open its season on the road to face Class 4A Benton.