Hagerty High School
3225 Lockwood Blvd.
Oviedo, FL. 32765
Thank You Huskies Fans!
Huskies complete regular season play
With back to back winning seasons
We would like to thank our senior class football players and
wish them all tremendous good fortune in their future...
BACK-TO-BACK WINNING SEASONS FOR THE HUSKIES
The fireworks at halftime following the announcement of the 2011
Homecoming King and Queen were followed by fireworks on the field
the Huskies and the Lake Howell Silver Hawks football teams in the
2nd half of a
thrilling 18-13 win by the Huskies to close out the 2011 season.
dominating time of posession in the first half, Hagerty found itself
down 3-0 as
Lake Howell's Garrett Kruczek kicked a 37-yard field goal as time
Kruczek added a 2nd field goal on the Silver Hawks first possession
of the 2nd
half before the Hagerty offense finally broke through on a 42-yard
pass from Sophomore Quarterback Jason Driskel to Senior Wide
Pettis to tie the score at 6. The Silver Hawks took the lead back at
beginning of the 4th quarter on a Kruczek touchdown pass only to be
by another Driskel touchdown pass, this time 27-yards to Senior
Tight End Hunter
Boudreau. A missed extra point, however, allowed the Silver Hawks to
1-point lead. Next it was time for the Hagerty defense to shine, as
Defensive Back Ethan Albers make a stop on a critical 3rd-and-1 to
force a Lake
Howell punt and set up what would be the game-winning drive. Big
plays were the
theme of the drive, which featured a 22-yard run by Senior Running
Christian Young, a 25-yard reception by Senior Wide Receiver Lucas
a 30-yard scramble on 4th and 2 by Driskel following a huge block by
Driskel found Pettis once again to finish the drive as he outjumped
from 7 yards out for what proved to be the game winning score. Lake
performed a well-executed 2 minute drill to drive into Hagerty
territory, but a
sack of Kruczek by Senior Defensive Lineman Mitchell Fair thwarted
the drive and
preserved the victory. The victory was the Huskies' first home
Lake Howell in school history and first time they have won
The Huskies offense was led by career games from Driskel and Pettis.
passed for a career-high 169 yards and 3 touchdowns, which equals
game record set by older brother Jeff. His 13 touchdown passes on
also equal Jeff's school record. Pettis posted career highs with 5
for 85 yards and 2 touchdowns. Seniors Young, Kelvin Weaver, and
combined for 134 rushing yards to balance the attack.
The Huskies' defense was led by Seniors Cullen Wheeler (8 tackles),
(8 tackles, 2 for loss), Fair (7 tackles including the sack), Albers
tackles), Young (4 tackles), and Spencer Britton (Fumble recovery).
The Huskies football program would like to thank the parents,
faculty and staff,
and community of Hagerty High School for their outstanding support
We will see you in the stands next year! GO HUSKIES!!
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