The Saline football team racked up 37 first-quarter points in the 64-6 rout over Ann Arbor Huron at Hornet Stadium Sept. 15.
In the first minute of play, senior quarterback Cole Daniels connected with senior Jack Loveland for the 33-yard TD pass, spotting Saline the immediate 7-0 advantage. The Hornets rolled from there. By the end of the first quarter, the squad had mounted a whopping 37-0 lead.
Daniels threw three touchdowns in the game, and junior Brendan Munday notched two TDs on the ground with 45 yards rushing. Overall, seven different Hornet players scored touchdowns on the offensive side.
On a night the offense was racking up points, the Saline defense shut down any Huron attack. In the final column, the Hornets limited their opponent to only 84 yards total offense, all the while forcing five turnovers.
The squad recovered two of five Huron fumbles, while senior Grant Armstrong boasted two interceptions in the contest and junior MJ Griffin also picked off one pass.