Huskies come together to beat Berlin


Aubrey Peckham, Staff writer

On Saturday, October 29, The Huskies had their first playoff game at Lisa’s Boneyard on the Caribou Road against the Berlin, New Hampshire team who the Huskies had beaten two other times before that. 

The teams played to see who would be heading to championship after that game. The Huskies secured the first touchdown and were able to get 30 points to Berlin’s 12 by halftime. The final score was 52, Huskies to 26, Berlin. 

At the end of the game, Brody Hotchkiss, wide receiver for the Huskies said, “I think this year’s team is better than last year’s because we’re coming together. I love my team. They’re like my family.” 

Coach Taylor DeFelice, head coach for the Huskies said, “I was pleased with our offense and how we moved the ball, I was happy to see us actually put a few drives together instead of relying on just big plays. But I was frustrated with poor defense, missed assignments and poor tackling allowed them to stay in the game more than I think they should’ve allowed. We took care of business in the end and I was glass to get the win. Just know we have plenty to work on.”