Coach Greg Mendenhall
The Terriers played in Jordan against the Mustangs Friday night in Jordan. Leading most of the game didn’t help the Terriers as the Mustangs pulled ahead in the fourth to win 27 to 30. This was a hard fought game that helped our young team develop.
The offense was able to get 429 yards, but the real improvement was the kick team. They recovered two kicks and did not allow a runback — if you have been paying attention that has been a weakness in the past weeks.
Scoring for the Terriers: Kyle Lassle 4 passing TDs, 3 passing extra points; Lane Stickel 2 receiving TDs, 1 extra point receiving; Jordan Lassle 1 TD receiving; Trevin Schroeber 1 TD receiving; Austin Smith 2 extra points receiving.
The defense played tough the whole game. We were able to do a good job stopping the run, but let a pass or two and some QB live plays go.
Defensive stats looked like this: Kyle Lassle 26 tackles(school record 6-man), 2 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries; Jordan Lassle 22 tackles, 4 sacks (school record 6-man); Tyler Sackman 21 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 fumble recovery; Austin Kountz 13 tackles, 1 sack; Trevin Schroeber 12 tackles; Lane Stickel 9 tackles; Dylan McCulley 8 tackles, 1 sack; Connor Self 4 tackles.
Playing a quality opponent the Terriers suffered a quality loss. We will use this as a learning experience as we push forward in the season.
Saturday the Terriers will stay home and play the Rosebud Wranglers at 1 p.m. I hope to see you there as we honor the senior parents.
Published October 16, 2013