For the first time this season, North Fremont went on the road but the venue didn’t seem to make much difference as the Huskies still dominated 36-6.
North Fremont scored on their opening possession and score twice more to take a 22-0 lead before Malad saw the endzone.
The Dragons scored their one and only TD after a short kick and a long return led to a short field for Malad.
The Huskies quickly answered though scoring another touchdown to take a 30-6 lead into halftime.
North Fremont’s defense led the way in the second half shutting out the Dragons. One defensive highlight for the Huskies was AJ Hill coming away with an interception near the end of the third quarter.
As good as North’s defense was, Lenz believes they can do better.
“We had some breakdowns in our pass coverage at times but overall I felt like we were getting better and better,” said North Fremont head coach Ben Lenz. “We just have to get a little bit more assignment disciplined with our pass defense.”
Jordan Lenz carried the ball 15 times for 120 yards taking most of his reps at tailback.
“He’s going to play wherever he best helps us,” said Coach Lenz. “He’s a competitor and has a good feel and savvy.”
Running back Carson Packer rushed for 85 yards and senior quarterback Luke Hill rushed for 75 yards and connected on three of five passes.
North Fremont’s new-look offensive line is looking stout through two games.
“We were able to share the ball between our backs and our line did a super job up front leading the way,” Lenz said.
North Fremont will play West J at home in two weeks after their second bye of the season next week.