Cougars halt BTW in two OT’s
SHREVEPORT — Cedar Creek came from 21 points down to shock Shreveport Booker T. Washington in two overtimes, 34-28, at Independence Stadium on Thursday night.
It was one of the top comebacks in Cougars’ history, as the No. 6 Class 1A ranked team in the state found itself trailing 28-7 late in the third quarter.
But Cedar Creek scored four unanswered touchdowns, including a game-winning four-yard pass from quarterback Mark Van to wide receiver Ryan Dwyer in the second OT.