North Fremont running back Riggen Cordingley stiff arms an Aberdeen defender in their playoff win over Aberdeen.

North Fremont running back Riggen Cordingley stiff arms an Aberdeen defender in their playoff win over Aberdeen.

After clobbering Aberdeen 44 to 8 in September North Fremont came into Friday’s game as the favorite and didn’t disappoint. The Huskies won 58-18 in a game where their offense was only stopped once.

Aberdeen had the ball first but North Fremont stopped them then drove down the field in 14 plays to put the first score on the board.

Aberdeen did the same on their next possession to tie in up a six apiece.

The Huskies turned it on it on in the second quarter, scoring three times including a 30-yard run by quarterback Luke Hill.

“We were able to move the ball consistently and get a couple of big plays that kind of broke it open for us,” said North Fremont head coach Ben Lenz.

After working down the field methodically for the first part of the season, North Fremont is seeing making more and more explosive plays.

“We’ve just executed so well and I think as the game goes on it kind of wears on the defense. They broke down a little bit,” Lenz said.

After Aberdeen scored again, North Fremont went into halftime up 28-12.

North Fremont had another big third quarter with an interception by Jordan Lenz bringing an Aberdeen drive to a halt.

An 88-yard run by Deshon Wheeler and an interception from Kohl Nielson sealed the deal for the Huskies.

Coach Lenz gave credit to Aberdeen for playing better offensively than the last time they met up.

“Aberdeen, I felt like they were a better team then they played us the first game and that speaks that much more highly of our offense where they executed so well,” Lenz said. “It was one of our better all-around games as far as our offense goes.”

North Fremont’s defense stopped Aberdeen when they needed to.

“Defensively, their quarterback had a pretty good night rushing but we had some big stops and interceptions,” Lenz said.

Riggen Cordingley led the Huskies with 21 rushes for 152 yards and five touchdowns, Deshon Wheeler ran it 15 times for 176 yards and two touchdowns and Luke Hill ran it six times for 60 yards and went two for three passing the ball for 79 yards.

Jordan Hess and Jordan Lenz led the Huskies with 11 tackles a piece, Riggen Cordingley had 10, Luke Hill had nine and Paul Wynn had 7.

North Fremont will play New Plymouth next week in Ashton. The Pilgrims will have to travel from New Plymouth northwest of Boise near the Oregon border.