Terriers fall to Hysham, will cap regular season at home Saturday



Gathering for a post-game huddle the Terriers listened as head coach
recapped the Friday evening game against Hysham.  
Tribune Photo Kristy Shannon

  Terry’s gridders traveled to Hysham Friday evening in what became a conference battle for positioning against the Pirates for second and third place. Terry lost 28-39. 

Terry’s slow start with missed opportunities to score, was capitalized upon by the Hysham team. 
The Terriers tried making a comeback in the second half putting up 20 points in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough. 
“The kids played really good. We just couldn't get into the endzone,” stated head coach Nathan Christofferson. “We struggled a little on defense with the spread offense but we started getting it a little too late.”
Terry will host top-ranked Westby on Saturday. Game time begins at 1 p.m. 
With either a win or loss on Saturday, Terry will be going into the playoffs in fourth place.
Standings 6-Man East
Team Conf. Overall
Westby-Grenora 6-0 6-1
 Hysham 5-1 6-1
 Richey-Lambert 4-2 4-3
 Terry 4-2 4-3
 Savage 3-3 4-3
 Jordan 1-5 1-6
 Rosebud 1-5 1-6
 Ekalaka 0-6 0-7

Published October 17, 2012

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