Terriers pull in home victory over Jordan



Tyler Sackman rushes with the ball.

  Terry hosted the Jordan Mustangs on Saturday, adding another win to the Terrier season with a final score of 84-44. Terry’s record is now 3-2.

"The kids have been working so hard,” stated head coach Nathan Christofferson in an email to the Tribune. “We have a goal to win out the rest of the season and to go into playoffs with a strong back." 
The Terriers jumped off to a great start with the opening kickoff which was ran back by Kyle Lassle for 75 yards. (PAT no good). 
"We started great but we had a couple hicups in defense. Going into halftime we talked about what we could do better on defense to start the second half,"  Christofferson stated.
Terriers did just that ousting the Mustangs for a final score of 84-44. 
Two school records were broken: DJ Hubbert kicking a 42-yard field goal and Kyle Lassle returning a kickoff for 75 yards. 
Terriers will host Ekalaka on Saturday. Game begins at 1 p.m.
 
 
Scoring
Kyle Lassle 75 yard kick return (PAT no good), Kyle Lassle 60 yard rushing TD ( Hubbert PAT good), Hubbert 13 yard rushing TD (PAT no good), Kyle Lassle 75 yard kick off return (Hubbert PAT good),  Hubbert 42 yard field goal, Sergey Fredrickson 22 yard TD(PAT no good), Fredrickson 12 yard TD(Hubbert PAT good), Hubbert 1 yard rushing TD(Hubbert PAT good), Tyler Forcella 12 yard TD run(PAT no good), Lane Stickel 14 yard TD run( Hubbert PAT good), Hubbert 9 yard rushing TD (Hubbert PAT good), Trevin Schroeber 1 yard TD run (Hubbert PAT good)
 
Standings
6-man football, Eastern Division
Westby-Genora   4-1
Hysham 4-1
Lambert-Richey 3-2
Terry 3-2
Savage 3-2
Rosebud 1-4
Jordan 0-5
Ekalaka 0-5
Published October 3, 2012
 
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