Huskies Shut Out Aztecs

Connie Escobar

On Friday, Nov 27 the Huskies went up against the Aztecs from Corona Del Sol for the quarterfinals.The Huskies walked off of their home field with a final score of 50-0

 against the Aztecs. Hamilton did not hesitate to make it their game in the first half, by the end of the second quarter the Huskies had a score of 17-0. During the first quarter Rodney Clemente made a 38-Yard Rush TD followed by a PAT made by Jacob Medina. While in the second quarter team captain Noah Schmidt made a 14-Yard Rushing TD followed by another PAT made by Jacob Medina. That was not the last of Jacob Medina however, near the end of the second quarter Medina made a 11-Yard field goal leaving the Huskies with a score of 17 for the second quarter. This had the Huskies in the lead for the first half of the game. 

Throughout the third quarter the Huskies gave it their all, in just the third quarter the Huskies made a score of 27 not including the 17 from first and second quarter. The four touchdowns were made by Rodney Clemente and Noah Schimidt as they collectively switched off in making touchdowns. In the first three touchdowns of the third quarter the PAT’s were made by Matthew Swink, who missed the PATon the last touchdown of the third quarter. He did however make up for it after he made the PAT during the fourth quarter after Noah Schmidt made a 6-Yard Rush TD. The Huskies finished off their game with a score of 50-0 leaving them with a record of 7-1 so far.

The Huskies won their quarterfinal game moving on to their semi final game against Salpointe Catholic on Saturday, Dec 5. Here the Huskies will go up against the Lancers who have a record of 7-0. The Lancers have many young men the Huskies should look out for, this includes Junior Treyson Bourguet, who has an overall QB rating of 110.3. As well as Junior, Elijah Barclay who is leading the Lancers receivers with 5 touchdowns. Finally on defense the Lancers have Parker Pelletier who has 9.3 tackles per game. This however will not stop the Huskies from dominating during the semi finals. 

Since it is indeed the semi-finals, the students, staff, and parents are eager to see how far our Huskies will go. With many amazing athletes on this year’s team there is no doubt in anyone’s mind that they will not do less than their best. Catch your fellow Huskies go up against the Lancers this Saturday to see if they will advance and get to 8-1, and reach the State Championship game. Keep your head held high Huskies and let’s dominate this game!