Cold, rain, wind doesn’t faze Huskies

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Posted: Thursday, October 10, 2019 2:04 pm

“In 20 years when they all get together, they will talk about that game at Garretson in the pouring rain.”

That’s how head football coach Jake Terry described Friday night’s game, a 28-21 win for the Huskies.

On a perfectly miserable, cold, rainy night, the Husky football team overcame a 2-score deficit for the 2nd week in a row to bring home a win.

The entire 1st quarter was taken up by 2 drives, first by EPJ – 78 yards ending in a Tyler Goehring touchdown, then by the Blue Dragons to score their own.

“Tyler [Goehring] went up and made a great play on the ball, made the catch and got into the endzone for the score,” Terry said. “He also caught another pass for a score right before half. On defense he had a couple of great pass breakups and the interception to seal the game. He really had a breakout game we will look to build on this going forward.”

See full story in this week’s Leader-Courier.