Terry season ends with 64-21 quarterfinal loss at Denton

  The Terry Terrier football season ended Saturday with a 64-21 loss to the Denton Trojans in quarterfinal action, ending their best season in 11 years. 

Denton got on the board first with a 49 yard run by Joel DeVries. Terry answered back on a 21 yard pass play from Weston Luedtke to Layne Lantis; Jerett Freiboth’s kick gave Terry the 8-6 lead. 
Early in the second quarter Denton’s Brandon Bury hit Kyler Phelps for a 39 yard touchdown pass to regain the lead 12-8. After forcing a Terry punt, Bury found Phelps again for a 10 TD pass to take a 20-8 lead after Bury’s kick. 
DJ Hubbert intercepted a Bury pass at the goal line and Terry put together a long scoring drive with Freiboth finding a wide open Sergey Fredrickson for a 37 yard touchdown pass (Lantis pass from Freiboth). Terry recovered the onside kick but was unable to score. The score at the half was 20-15, Denton. 
In the second half it was all Denton. 
Terry was unable to get any momentum going offensively and Denton exploded for 30 points in the third quarter to take a 50-15 lead into the fourth quarter. 
Terry did find the end zone on a 2 yard Luedtke run. Denton scored twice more in the fourth quarter to win the game 64-21. 
Denton outgained Terry 410-229 in total yardage.
Jerett Freiboth ended a fine career as the Terry quarterback; he had 152 passing yards and one touchdown pass to bring his season total to 1923 yards and 34 touchdown passes. Freiboth’s career totals are astounding - 5089 passing yards with 78 touchdowns.
Talon Mack led the defense with 10 tackles and a quarterback sack, followed by Weston Luedtke with 8 tackles.
“I’m proud of this team, they worked hard all year long,” head coach Casey Schladweiler said in a written statement.
“The Terry football team would like to thank everyone who supported us this season,” Schladweiler said. “The parents, teachers, student body, and fans were supportive all year long.” 

Published Nov. 10, 2010

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