Hudson Prevails Over Superior
Hudson missed a 30-yard field-goal attempt on its first drive and its second drived ended with a Will Schorr sack on fourth down.
Superior’s second drive started with a holding penalty and an incomplete pass, but quarterback Jarrett Gronski called his number for the first time and ran 58 yards to the Hudson 28. Six plays later, Gronski ran up the middle from 5 yards out. Nate Peterson kicked the extra point giving Superior a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter.
Hudson took an 8-7 lead on its next drive on Kyser Helterbrand’s 11-yard TD pass to Cade McDonald. Helterbrand also scored on the conversion, with 7:31 left in the first half.
Helterbrand’s 21-yard TD run, along with second two-point conversion, gave Hudson a 16-7 lead with 2:04 left in the third quarter
Helterbrand finished with 183 yards rushing on 31 carries and was 9-of-17 passing for 180 yards.
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