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Students will be released at 12:30 pm on Thursday May 25th.  There will be no school Friday, May 26th.
Blog EntryBlog: Tuesday, September 8, 2015

SHS vs Hutch Trinity

On Friday the Sedgwick football team kicked off their season with a home game against league opponent, Hutch Trinity. The Cardinals jumped out to a quick 17-0 lead. Alec Tillman caught the second touchdown from senior quarterback Grant Hilliard.
Hutch Trinity had three early fumbles that Sedgwick capitalized on.  Jordan Scarlett, senior kicker, had a very good game including two field goals in the first half. Hutch Trinity scored their first touchdown on a deep post route into the end zone half way through the second quarter. The two-point conversion was no good and the Cardinals still led 20-6.  Hutch Trinity scored again about two minutes later bringing them within eight at 20-12. With five and one half minutes left in the second quarter Sedgwick coughed up the ball and the Celtics recovered. Then, the cardinals came through and forced a three and out as we went to halftime with score at 20-12
Right away, with one minute down in the 3rd, Grant Hilliard hit Tillman once again for his second touchdown reception. Midway through the third, Freshman Hooper Schroeder entered the game at quarterback. Coach Werner said this was the first time that he had coached a team using a freshman quarterback. Hooper hit Kyler Summers on a screen early in the 4th for a touchdown. Werner also said he had many different backs and receivers and that took a lot of pressure off Hooper.  He mentioned that he would like to use him a little bit more. 
Late in the fourth Tyler Griggs punched in a touchdown that ended the scoring for the Cardinals. Sedgwick walked away with a 40-18 win. After the game Werner said, “I was proud that our defense was able to take away the run game and this was a great team victory to start the season.”

Posted by Nolan Crumrine at 10:57 PM
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