Terry gridders score first win of season

By Coach Casey Shladweiler 

        The Terrier football team traveled to Frazer on Saturday to take on the Bearcubs.

Terry’s kick off to began the game, with  Tanner Stickel recovering the onside kick. It only took the Terriers three plays to find the end zone when Weston Luedtke ran to the end zone from 23 yards out. Jerett Freiboth hit Tanner Stickel for the extra point pass. 
After a Frazer turnover, Freiboth scored on the first play from 30 yards out. He then added the extra point kick. Terry’s defense forced a punt by the Bearcubs. After an incomplete pass by the Terriers, Trevor Pisk found the end zone with a 48 yard run, with Freiboth making the kick. 
After yet another Bearcub punt, Taylor Pisk found the end zone on a 2 yard run. On the next Terry possession Stickel ran the ball twice to score from 10 yards out, with the kicked extra point Terry would take a 39-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. 
After a fumble by Frazer on the 2 yard line, Stickel ran the ball 78 yards to the end zone. Frazer then fumbled again and Terry recovered the ball. Trevor Pisk found the end zone from 50 yards out to bring the score to 51-0. This lead gave the younger Terry players an opportunity to see a lot of playing time. 
Sergey Fredrickson would add a 30 yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Frazer would find the end zone twice before halftime to cut Terry’s lead to 57-13. With a running clock in the second half the game would go by very quickly. Frazer scored on their second play of the half to make the score 57-19. 
Terry’s DuWayne Springer ran a 45 yard touchdown run to close out all scoring in the game. 
The fourth quarter was scoreless but was highlighted by D. J. Hubbert’s two interceptions. Terry’s 63-19 win is the first of the season. Terry travels to Lambert on Wednesday to take on the newly formed R&L Fusion (Richey-Lambert), in a game that has playoff implications. 
Terry   39    18    6    0    63
Frazer   0    13    6    0    19

Published Oct. 14, 2009

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