Horace Football Wins First Home Game in Program History

Scored on first drive and won 38-8 over Davies

HORACE, N.D — An historic night at Horace high school as the football team played its first home game after the program got its start last fall.

The Hawks had a start to remember. The defense forced a three and out to give their offense a short field and the offense delivered two plays later with their first touchdown.

This is the Hawks last season playing at the junior varsity level before beginning play in 11A next season

Players have already set the right foundation and want it to continue.

” I want it to be built around family and hope in the sense we can come together as a team and community and really grow together and be one instead of divided,” center Asher Granz said.

“I want it to be a positive and energetic culture,” quarterback Gavin Olson said. “I want everyone to be happy all the time and keep each other and the energy up.

“I just want a winning culture with a lot of excitement and feeling hype to be out here,” running back Charlie Lyshofski said.

“We’ve all gone through this together,” running back Dylan Johnson said. “We started off with just 14 guys so it’s been really fun.”

Hawks would go on to win the game over Davies 38-8. Their next game is Monday against Kindred.

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