Hershey football shutout against Susquehanna

Sam Allery, Reporter

Hershey attempts a running play against Susquehanna at HersheyPark Stadium on September 21, 2018. Hershey only had 36 yards of total offense. (Broadcaster/Abigail Rogers)

Hershey football lost to the Susquehanna Indians 42-0 at HersheyPark Stadium on Friday, September 21, 2018.

Less than four minutes into the game, Susquehanna’s Troy Ambush ran seven yards for a touchdown, breaking the 0-0 tie. The Trojans had no answer.

Hershey mustered just 36 total yards of offense. By contrast, the Indians scored touchdowns with their defense, offense, and special teams.

Susquehanna’s Jacob Seigle returned an interception for a touchdown later in the first quarter, by catching the ball in Hershey’s end zone. Seigle would later score on a 34-yard pass in the third quarter.

The Indians’ special teams got in on the fun when Steven Graves returned a punt 48-yards for Susquehanna’s fifth touchdown of the day.

In the end, Susquehanna managed to return two interceptions for touchdowns and picked up 200 more total yards than Hershey.

This loss brought Hershey’s record to 1-4, a record they hope to improve during Homecoming against Red Land on September 28.