The Terriers played host to the ReedPoint/Rapelje Renegades in a first round playoff game Saturday, Oct. 30, coming away with a solid 71-50 win over the Renegades.
Terry will play their second round playoff game at Denton on Saturday, Nov. 6 at 1 p.m.
Terry received to begin the game and drove the field capped off by a 32-yard touchdown run by Trevor Pisk. Pisk intercepted a RPR pass and Jerett Freiboth found a wide open Weston Luedtke for the 16 yard touchdown (Freiboth kick).
RPR’s Jake Bare scored from 49 yards out to get the Renegades on the board.
Freiboth then connected with Pisk on a 20-yard pass to give the Terriers a 22-8 lead.
RPR scored on a 38-yard pass play on their next drive. Terry’s next play was a 51 yard touchdown pass from Freiboth to Luedtke to give Terry a 30-14 lead. RPR answered with another touchdown run by Bare.
Terry scored again on a Pisk to Freiboth pass giving Terry a 36-22 lead at the end of the first quarter.
Terry dominated the second quarter starting out with a 10 yard touchdown run by Pisk. After trading possessions, Freiboth again hit Pisk for a touchdown pass. Terry stopped RPR on a fourth down from the 11 yard line.
Pisk took the next handoff 69 yards to give the Terriers a 56-22 lead. Terry forced a punt and put together a 7 play drive capped off by a 1 yard plunge by DJ Hubbert to take a 64-22 lead into halftime.
RPR drove the field on their first possession and scored from 20 yards out on a Bare run. Terry couldn’t get much going on offense in the second half and RPR capitalized on two Terry turnovers to get within 64-44 early in the fourth quarter.
Trevor Pisk capped off Terry’s scoring with a 40-yard run to give Terry a 71-44 lead. RPR’s Bare returned the kickoff 70 yards for the score. Terry ran 10 plays to run out the clock and come away with a 71-50 win over the Renegades.
Terry’s offensive charge was led by Trevor Pisk’s 473 total yards scoring 6 touchdowns and throwing another. Jerett Freiboth had 197 passing yards and 4 touchdowns; he also caught a touchdown pass. Talon Mack led the defensive effort with 12 tackles followed by Trevor Pisk and DJ Hubbert with 11 each.
“It feels good to finally get a playoff victory,” head coach Casey Schladweiler stated in an email. “These boys have earned it with all their hard work. Now it’s off to Denton for a rematch of our first round game from last year.”
Published Nov. 3, 2010