D.J. Hubbert rushes the ball past Ekalaka’s defensive players.
The Terriers hosted the Ekalaka Bulldogs on Saturday and posted a 58-20 victory, bringing their season record to 6-0.
Ekalaka started with the ball and Trevor Pisk intercepted the ball. On the first play from scrimmage Jerett Freiboth hit Pisk for the 31 yard touchdown pass. DJ Hubbert found the end zone on a 26 yard run (Freiboth kick) giving the Terrier’s a 14-0 lead.
On Terry’s next possession, Trevor Pisk had a 65 yard touchdown carry (Freiboth kick). Ekalaka scored on their next possession, with a run by Jordan Walker, narrowing the Terrier lead to 22-7.
Pisk again followed his blockers and scored from 31 yards out.
Ekalaka put together a 9 play drive that led to a 3 yard by Jacob Pardee. Nathan Lassle recovered a Bulldog fumble setting up Terry’s next score, also a run by Pisk.
Pisk would pick off another pass and used a great block by Freiboth during the return to set up yet another Pisk touchdown run. Terry took a 42-14 lead into the locker room.
Terry got the ball to start the second half and drove the field with Pisk scoring on a 7 yard run.
With the mercy rule in effect, the rest of the game went by very quickly.
Late in the third quarter Talon Mack grabbed a 33 yard pass from Pisk to give Terry a commanding 58-14 lead.
Ekalaka’s Walker scored from 19 yards out to bring the score to 58-20. Ekalaka recovered the onside kick and Pisk picked off the ball on the next play.
“We played as a team today, giving Trevor the ability to get great yardage and find the end zone,” head coach Casey Schladweiler said. “With the damp field conditions it was difficult to get our passing game going. Everybody on the team stepped up big today to fill positions left open by injuries.”
Trevor Pisk led the Terriers with 183 rushing yards on 18 carries, scoring 5 times. Pisk added a receiving and a passing touchdown on the day. He also finished with 19 tackles and intercepted 3 passes.
The third ranked Terrier’s travel to Savage on Friday to take on the second ranked Warriors in a battle of the unbeatens. Game time is 7 p.m.
Published October 13, 2010