Jerame Littell, Jesse Vester lead Stillwater past Edmond Memorial

BY ANTHONY SLATER Special contributor Published: September 9, 2011
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Early in the third quarter, Edmond Memorial cut the lead to 21-7. But once again the explosive connection paid off for Stillwater.

 

After snatching an out route, Vester shrugged off two defenders and cruised in for a 70 yard score.

 

“Coach expects me to make big plays,” Vester said. “I was able to get in the open field and make something happen. It was a big night for Stillwater.”

 

That it was. The win marked the first since last September, when Stillwater beat Page for its only win of a miserable 1-9 season.

 

The players and coaches seem to think this will be a different season. And this was a good start.

 

“We were a good football team (last year), we just played bad at times,” Vester said. “Coach Barnard's got us believing. We can slug it out with the best of them.


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