Weston Luedtke and Zack Huber in offensive action during Saturday’s first-round playoff game. Photo Courtesy Kirstin Mack
Terry High School football team traveled to Stanford Saturday to take on the Wolverines in a first round matchup.
"This was a big game for us,” stated head coach Nathan Christofferson. “We wanted to make it to the next round to take on Denton." The Terry team started slow and seemed not able to find its groove the whole game. The Terriers lost 59-6.
"It wasn't a great game for us. We just couldn't get our groove,” stated Christofferson, noting the 30-mile-per-hour winds didn’t help the Terriers’ offense. “We have been a passing team all year ... (the strong winds) kind of took the wind out of our sails.”
Terriers’ strong running game wasn’t able to produce to pass the hump and score, Christofferson said.
“It wasn't the way I wanted the season to go but we had a lot of fun,” Christofferson said. “Terry has great kids that work hard so I know they will learn from the loss and get back to work Monday. I enjoyed the season and look forward to seeing them again in a couple of weeks."
Published Nov. 2, 2011