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|Sterlington defeats Ferriday|
After going unbeaten in District 2-2A last season, Ferriday is struggling to get a district win, falling to Sterlington 25-6 Friday in Sterlington to fall to 0-2 in district.
"People are taking advantage of our youth and that's the way it should be," said Ferriday coach Freddie Harrison. "But they better get their punches in now. Every touchdown we have scored but one this year has been scored by an underclassman. But we still are battling for this season and it would be a great opportunity for our young guys to get into the playoffs and see what it is like."
The victory moved Sterlington to 3-4 and 1-0 in district.
Ferriday is also now 3-4 but suffered its second straight setback in league games.
The good news for the Trojans is that Ferriday is rated No. 32 in the power points. The top 32 teams advance to the playoffs.
"We've still got a shot," Harrison said. "We're still the masters of our fate and captains of our soul. We can't let anyone else lead us in another direction."
Sterlington hosts Farmerville Friday for its Homecoming.
Sterlington quarterback Logan Dopson threw a pair of touchdown passes against Ferriday, first connecting with Thomas Giddens on an 11-yarder in the third period and then Marquis Douglas on a 77-yard TD.
Douglas got the game's first touchdown on a 1-yard run.
Ferriday's lone score came on a 1-yard quarterback sneak by ZuRanie Thompson late in the contest.
Thompson, Ferriday's No. 2 quarterback, was pressed into action because Rodney Lawson was out with an injury.
Sterlington's balanced offensive attack featured 167 rushing yards and 168 passing yards. The Panthers gathered 12 first downs, had no turnovers and were penalized twice for just 25 yards.
Nelco Amado led Ferriday with 68 rushing yards on six attempts and Elzien Pryor chipped in 66 on 15 rushes.
"I thought we played a good game Friday," Harrison said. "We turned the ball over on downs too many times in the red zone. But they did a good job of buckling down there. We don't have the privilege or luxury of having a kicker. But we didn't have any turnovers."
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