HUDSON (KWWL) -- Gladbrook-Reinbeck and Hudson have one thing in common, both of them suffered their only district loss to current leader Woodward-Granger. The winner would gain a solid foothold of the number two spot in district four.
The Gladbrook-Reinbeck Rebels controlled the majority of this game from the very beginning. In the first quarter the Pirates barely touched the ball. The Rebels would eat up 8 minutes of the first quarter on a 16 play drive. During the drive Quarterback Parker Bolt, would bolt free and connect with #2 Zack Schwartz for a nice pick up, and then a few plays later Bolt would run it in from the left side for the first score. Rebels lead seven zero going into half-time.
It would be much the same in the second half. The Rebels would take roughly 10 minutes off the clock in the third quarter. During 24-play drive, Bolt would find #11 Colby Luethje along the sidelines for a 12 yard gain, and then #23 Travis Freese would gain roughly eight of his 150 yards on a nice move down the left side of the field. The Rebels would control the ball basically the entire third quarter and into have two plays in the fourth quarter with the drive to finally end with Bolt pitching it to Freese and then Freese would send it deep in the end zone for #10 Logan Petersen, making the score 14-zero.
In the end the Rebels win 21 to 8 with a total of 295 yards of total offense to the Pirates 210.