(IMPERIAL) The Battle of Imperial lived up to the hype Friday night on AM 1400 KJFF as the Windsor Owls prevailed 20-19 over the Seckman Jaguars in a frantic final few seconds.
In the first half at Seckman High, it was 6-6 with time expiring and Seckman at the Windsor 19. Quarterback Joe Stuckmeyer was able to improvise and score before the horn.
The score at the half was 13-6 in favor of the Jaguars. Seckman secured the first score of the 2nd half on a touchdown run by Luke Salsman from 21-yards out to go up 19-6. Then the Owls comeback began. Early in the 4th, Windsor quarterback Derek Williams found Mike Wolcott on a wheel route as the two connected for a 24-yard pass and catch. That pulled the Owls to within 19-14.
Inside of three minutes left in the game, Windsor took its first lead thanks to a short run by Derek Williams.
The failed 2-point conversion left the score 20-19 Owls. The Jaguars made a last-ditch effort, needing a field goal to win the game. They had a 2nd down and goal from the Windsor 8-yard line when frantic finish happened.
Windsor head coach Alex DeMatteis couldn’t have been more pleased with the effort and the result.
Seckman head coach Nick Baer broke down the end of the game.
Seckman falls to 0-2 and will take on University City on the road next Saturday at 1 p.m. Windsor improves to 2-0, the first time the team has started out as such since 2007, and the Owls will be at DeSoto next Friday night at 7 on AM 1400 KJFF.
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