Huskies struggle against strong, experienced Marist visitors

 

September 11, 2019

Sean C. Morgan

RUNNING BACK Jackson Royer attempts to break free from a Marist tackler.

An experienced Marist team struck fast and hard in Sweet Home's football opener Friday night, Sept. 6, in Husky Stadium, en route to a 55-13 win over the Huskies.

"There's a reason why they're ranked No. 2," Coach Dustin Nichol said. "They returned quite a few of their skill position guys, and it showed."

Sweet Home, which returned three starters on offense and two on defense, showed its inexperience.

On the first play of the game, Sweet Home quarterback Aiden Tyler completed a pass to Zach Luttmer, who promptly had the ball swatted out of his hands by defender Hagan Stephenson, who ended...



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