LEXINGTON - A season-ending injury in the final preseason tuneup denied Lukas Ousley the opportunity to throw a touchdown pass during the 2013 high school football campaign.The Shelby senior made up for it Saturday evening during the North Central Ohio Football Coaches Association All-Star game at Lexington High School. When his season was sacked during the third quarter of the Jamboree Game at William J. Wilkins Stadium at W.W. Skiles Field against Galion, Ousley had the knee surgically repaired. Ousley, who will attend Otterbein University in the fall where he'll also play football, worked himself back into shape and was a starter this past spring on the SHS baseball team. Ousley fired a 15-yard scoring strike to Whippet teammate Coalton Webb on the North's first touchdown drive during a 24-20 victory against the South. The North opened up a 17-0 halftime lead. Ousley and Webb were two of four Shelby players who participated in the game. The others were David Bentley and Tristan Kehres. Upper Sandusky's Tyler Pritchard was the game's Offensive MVP after passing for 111 yards and running for 55. He and Ousley split the quarterbacking duties. The South's Travon Harris of Mansfield Senior was the Defensive MVP for the contest.