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Adams County Christian School did not pick up its only win last season until the end of October.
There will be no waiting this season as the Rebels defeated CENLA Christian 41-18 Friday in its season-opener at Pineville.
"Anytime you can start out on a good note it's a positive thing," said AC head coach Paul Hayles. "Hopefully we can build some momentum from this. Our kids did well. We started out making a lot of mistakes. We spent a lot of time in the first half on their end of the field, but couldn't put it in."
CCA opened the scoring as long as Derrick Thomas caught a 6-yard TD pass from Chase Terrell.
Chris Perry bulled his way in for a short-yardage touchdown and then kicked the extra point for a 7-6 Rebel lead.
Brandon Sanders added to AC's lead with an 8-yard run, putting the Rebels up 13-6.
The Lions countered on the ensuing kickoff when Reagan Lane weaved his way through a pack of defenders and broke free down the sideline for an 70-yard touchdown.
Thomas would strike again before halftime, punching it in from the 3-yard line to send the Lions to intermission with an 18-13 lead.
In the second half, CCA linebacker Andy Brossett received an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty and was ejected after a shoving match.
"Those things happen," Hayles said. "They have a good ball club and they are well coached."
Sanders bulled in from the two-yard line for a 19-18 Adams County lead.
After a fumble recovery, AC scored in two plays as Dillon Johnson scored from five yards out. Kent Yates passed to Daniel Guedon on the conversion for a 25-18 lead.
Terrell threw an interception on the next play and Adams County went 45 yards in two plays for another score as Rusty Blackwell scored from 11 yards out and Bryce Murray added the 2-yard run.
Johnson completed the scoring with a 2-yard run.
Sanders led the Rebels with 145 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns."
ACCS visits Hillcrest Friday.
"They run the spread offense," Hayles said. "Their quarterback signed a baseball scholarship with Ole Miss. They have two talented wide receivers. We just have to do our jobs and cut down on our mistakes."
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