|El Paso Montwood 34, Odessa Permian 30|
|Sunday, September 02, 2012 10:43|
Fifty-two years is a long time. That’s how long it has been since an El Paso area team defeated a Permian football team. El Paso Montwood proved just how far Sun City football has come. And they did it with a backup quarterback and D1 recruit Warren Redix fighting an injury. The Rams overcame a 15-point deficit to clam a 34-30 win over the Panthers on Friday at the Socorro Student Activities Center.
The Panthers have now lost their fourth straight season opener in a row. Montwood took an early lead after backup QB Wesley Myers connected on a 21-yard touchdown pass to Redix. The Rams turned the ball over four times, resulting in Permian scoring 23 unanswered points. The Panthers defense gave up a 30-yard Rams TD pass as the half came to a close.
SCORE BY QUARTER
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|Abilene||8||- 0||10||- 0||
|Cooper||6||- 2||8||- 2||
|Mid Lee||5||- 3||6||- 4||
|Central||5||- 3||6||- 5||
|Permian||5||- 3||5||- 6||
|Midland||4||- 4||5||- 5||
|Coronado||1||- 7||2||- 8||
|Tascosa||1||- 7||1||- 9||
|Odessa||1||- 7||1||- 9||
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