PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. – Just call it the Cole Sebastian Show.
Sebastian, Otto-Eldred’s sensational senior, accounted for all six of Otto-Eldred’s touchdowns in four different ways as the Terrors picked up their first win of the season, 40-30, at Port Allegany Saturday afternoon.
The O-E quarterback threw three scoring passes, caught a touchdown pass, and ran for a score on offense and also added a long interception return for a touchdown on defense helping the Terrors (1-1) overcome an early 14-0 hole.
He finished the day 17 of 30 passing for 238 yards with touchdown passes to Josh Rhinehart (52 yards), Jake Merry (10 yards) and Ethan Smith (23 yards), ran seven times for a team-best 83 yards including a 33-yard scoring run, caught a 66-yard pass from Smith for a touchdown and returned an interception 79 yards for a score.
Rhinehart caught five passes for 97 yards and the score, Smith had six catches for 62 yards and the touchdown while completing his only pass for the score, and TJ VanScoter had two catches for 70 yards and ran for 23 yards on 12 carries.
Blaine Moses ran for a pair of 1-yard touchdowns for Port Allegany (0-2) and finished with 68 yards on 18 carries. Trey Ayers added a 67-yard touchdown pass from Drew Evens and Noah Archer returned a kickoff 82 yards for a score immediately following the Sebastian long pick-6.
Ayers caught seven balls for 138 yards, and Evens was 17 of 31 passing for 232 yards but was picked off three times.