The Terriers hosted the Jordan Mustangs on Saturday for their homecoming game.
Terry chose to receive to start the game, after a miscue on the second play of the drive Jordan recovered a Terrier fumble. On Jordan’s first offensive play they fumbled and Trevor Pisk recovered the ball giving it right back to the Terriers.
Terry took only three plays to drive 60 yards, capped off by a 15-yard touchdown pass from Jerett Freiboth to Trevor Pisk. After forcing a Mustang punt the Terriers again fumbled the ball, but the defense stood strong and forced another punt. Terry then put together a 9-play drive that covered 65 yards capped off by a Freiboth to Pisk 9-yard touchdown pass (Freiboth kick).
On the first possession of the second quarter Terry drove the field in 8 plays covering 43 yards with Freiboth connecting with Weston Luedtke for the 16 yard touchdown (Freiboth kick).
Terry’s defense set them up with good field position for a short drive with Freiboth finding a wide open Sergey Fredrickson for an 18-yard touchdown pass. Just before the half, Terry took advantage of good field position with Freiboth finding Luedtke for a 27-yard touchdown pass. This gave the Terrier’s a 34-0 lead at halftime.
Luedtke picked off a Mustang pass and returned it 42 yard to the one yard line, setting up a one yard run by Luedtke. After a bobbled extra point snap Freiboth connected with Talon Mack for the extra point giving the Terriers a 41-0 lead.
The Terriers’ Nathan Lassle recovered a bad snap on a punt attempt by Jordan giving the ball to the Terriers on the 25. Freiboth found DJ Hubbert for a 25-yard touchdown giving the Terrier’s a 47-0 lead.
The rest of the game went quickly with the clock running. Jordan did find the end zone in the fourth quarter with Nolan Gibbs catching a 6-yard pass from TJ Green (Trevor Saylor run) scoring the only touchdown of the day for the Mustangs. Freiboth was 8 of 12 passing for 177 yards and 6 touchdowns. Luedtke had 3 receptions for 70 yards and 2 TDs and rushed for 109 yards on 10 carries and another TD.
“I was very pleased with the way we played the entire game; we had a couple of turnovers early, but we overcame them to get the big win,” said head coach Casey Schladweiler.
Every Terrier saw playing time in the game and every one recorded at least one tackle in the game, with Paul Eayrs leading the way with 11 tackles and a quarterback sack. Josh Stickel and DJ Hubbert followed Eayrs recording 7 tackles each. Terry will host the R&L (Richey and Lambert) Fusion on Saturday and the junior varsity will also host R&L on Monday at 4 p.m.
Published Sept. 15, 2010