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NOVEMBER 13th- MOJO put together a dominant performance to run away with a 42-14 victory against Midland High in District 2-6A action on Senior Night at Ratliff Stadium.
The game was never in doubt as the Panthers struck early with a 35 yard touchdown pass from Harper Terry to Shy tephens-Deary, his first of three in the game.
After holding the Bulldogs to a three-and-out, Kayden Baze blocked the punt to get great field position at the Midland three yard line. Terry scored MOJO's second touchdown on the next play. Permian was up 14-0 midway through the opening period.
In the second quarter Andy Castillo scored his first of two touchdowns on the evening, capping off a 75 yard drive with a four yard touchdown plunge.
Stephens-Deary took sole possession of the Permian regular-season touchdowns record in the second quarter, catching a screen pass and then outrunning the Bulldog defense for a 51-yard touchdown and a 28-0 lead with 7:21 remaining in the first half.
Midland High found the end zone on the ensuing drive, using a 38-yard pass followed by a 30-yard run to set up a first-and-goal at the Panthers’ four yard line. The Bulldogs scored on the next play to make the score 28-7 with 5:05 remaing before the break.
Castillo got his second score of the night on MOJO's next possession, capping a five-play, 77 yard drive with a one-yard touchdown run. The Panthers had a commanding 35-7 lead going into halftime.
In the third quarter Terry and Stephens-Deary connected for the third time to finish off the scoring for the Panthers. Midland got its last score of the game in the fourth quarter on a long touchdown pass. From there Permian ran out the clock to secure the 42-14 victory.
With his three touchdown catches, Shy Stephens-Deary set a new Permian regular season receiving touchdowns record at 14. In the past two games Stephens-Deary has caught eight passes with all going for touchdowns. Rodney Hall led all rushers with 99 yards on the ground. Terran Limuel added 88 yards on eight carries. Harper Terry passed for 97 yards and three touchdowns to go along with 77 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Defensively Amarion Garrett grabbed an interception and blocked a punt, with Kayden Baze recovering the blocked punt. Gage Plymell recorded three quarterback sacks. The win gives MOJO a 4-1 district record (6-2 overall) and secured a playoff berth.
NOVEMBER 20th- Permian pulled away from San Angelo Central in the second half to come home with a 58-38 victory and the District 2-6A title.
After a scoreless first quarter the Panthers scored 17 points in the second to tie the game at halftime, and then took control with 41 points in the second half.
Shy Stephens-Deary caught three touchdown passes, tying Roy Williams’ single-season record of 17. Harper Terry threw two of those passes and rushed for three more touchdowns, and Andy Castillo ran for a pair of scores to fuel the offensive explosion.
The game started out as a defensive slugfest, with neither team able to reach the endzone on their opening possessions. It wasn’t until late in the first quarter when San Angelo Central found the end zone on a 13-yard touchdown pass. The extra point gave Central a 7-0 lead.
The Bobcats added to their advantage on their next possession with a 39-yard field to make it 10-0 with 10:12 remaining in the second quarter.
The Panthers finally got on the board with a five-play, 70-yard drive capped by a 19-yard touchdown pass from Terry to Stephens-Deary. The extra point was no good, leaving MOJO at a 10-6 deficit.
The Bobcats answered with a 49-yard touchdown pass to extend their lead to 17-6 with 6:48 remaining in the half.
The Panthers managed to drive down to the six yard line, but the drive would stall. Tate Terry kicked a 23-yard field goal to narrow Permian’s deficit to eight points.
MOJO caught a break when Central fumbled the ensuing kickoff. Permian recovered the ball and used a little trickery on the next play. Rodney Hall took a quick screen pass before pulling up and lofting the ball to a wide-open Stephens-Deary for a 32-yard touchdown. Terry’s run on the two-point conversion tied the game at 17-17 at the half.
The Panthers took advantage on their first drive of the second half when Terry capped a 67 yard drive with a two-yard run, giving MOJO its first lead of the night at 24-17.
Stephens-Deary hauled in a six-yard touchdown pass from Terry on the Panthers next possession as the Panthers extended its lead to 31-17 with 1:55 left in the period.
The Bobcats answered with a 73 yard drive that ended with a touchdown pass of 33 yards, making the score 31-24 at the end of the third quarter.
That was as close as the Bobcats would get. Terry rushed for his second score of the night, a one yard plunge on a quarterback keeper. Andy Castillo got into the act on their next possession, scoring from five yards out to give the Panthers a 45-24 lead with 7:07 remaining.
The Bobcats responded with another touchdown pass from 39 yards. But MOJO answered with Terry's third touchdown of the evening, this time from 15 yards. The PAT was blocked, but the Panthers had a commanding 51-31 lead with the clock winding down.
The Black Attack defense delivered the death blow on the following exchange. Bryce Woody stepped in front of a Bobcat pass and returned it down to the two yard line. Castillo punched it in on the next play, making the score 58-31 with 3:18 remaining.
Central got into the endzone one more time but it was too little, too late. MOJO recovered the ensuing onside kick and then ran out the clock. Final score Permian 58, San Angelo Central 38.
Harper Terry led all rushers with 129 yards and three touchdowns, and was 9-of-11 for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Rodney Hall added a touchdown pass. Shy Stephens-Deary had three touchdown receptions. Andy Castillo rushed for 62 yards and two scores. Bryce Woody and Jaydin Pruitt had inteceptions for the defense. The win gives MOJO a 5-1 league record and the District 2-6A title.