(Atlantic) Atlantic Quarterback Harrison Hoegh broke the Trojans 10-year-old single season passing record Friday night in a 41-6 win over Perry. Hoegh finished the night, 18-29 for 247-yards which surpassed Bret Meyers 2002 single season record of 1,817. Hoegh has now thrown for 1,872 yards this season with two regular season games left on the schedule.
Atlantic finished the night with 389-total yards of offense, 247 by air and 142 on the ground.
The Trojans didn't get on the board until 3:31 to play in the second quarter and reeled off 41-straight points after that. Jacob Dvorak opened up the scoring on a 4-yard touchdown run following Chad Christensen' interception, his (second pick) of the night. Two minutes later Hoegh fired a 19-yard TD strike to Kray Lukehart that led to a 14-0 halftime lead.
The Trojans ripped off 21-straight second half points. Harrison Hoegh got loose on a 35-yard run to paydirt early in the third quarter followed by two more Dvorak touchdown runs of 2 and 9 yards respectively to open up a 35-0 lead.
Perry Cornerback Nick Wilhelmy scooped up a Trojan fumble and returned it for a touchdown in the middle of the fourth quarter for the Blue Jays only score. Trojan backup quarterback Joey Walker then punched one in from 5-yards out with 4:27 left to give the (5-2) Trojans a 41-6 finish.
Atlantic hosts (6-1) Harlan this Friday night. Kick-off is set for 7:30. Perry (2-5), travels to (5-2) ADM.
After the game Atlantic Head Coach Nick Ross had these comments
October 6, 2012