Ask South Hagerstown assistant football coach Ralph Stottlemyer how the Rebels' season opener went against Century and he'd probably say, "It was all right."
What he'd mean is "It was all Wright" ... as in Luke Wright, quarterback for Century.
Wright put on an impressive show at School Stadium on Friday, running for 161 yards and two touchdowns and throwing for two other scores as the Knights beat the Rebels 35-20 in the opener for both teams.
"He's just a great athlete. We couldn't contain him," Stottlemyer said. "We'd go from one defense to another, get him stopped and he'd find another weakness. And once we ran him out of the pocket, our secondary guys couldn't catch him. He was the fastest guy on the field tonight."
The Rebels started the game - and the season - in grand style as Eric Phillips took the opening kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown. A 15-yard penalty for end-zone celebration backed up South's PAT attempt, which was blocked, leaving the Rebels with a 6-0 lead just 12 seconds in.