HNS offense is in high gear against E-H Pirates

EMERSON — Hartington-Newcastle offense continues to roll.
The Wildcats once again put together a balanced offensive attack to earn a 50-12 road win against Emerson-Hubbard.
Hartington-Newcastle rolled together 437 total yards in this contest, seemingly running and passing at will.
Sophomore quarterback Shaye Morten threw four touchdown passes on the night, going 8-15 for 171 yards. On the ground he was aided by Ethan Koch, who ran for 209 yards on 22 carries with one touchdown.
Morten had a lot of people to thank after the game, as he thanked his receivers, his linemen and his coaches for helping the team earn the win.

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