JHHS football vs. Riverton

Jackson running back Brody Hasenack challenges the Riverton defense during the first half of the Broncs’ game against the Wolverines on Friday night. Hasenack scored three of the team’s four touchdowns in the Broncs’ 28-17 win.

The Jackson football team defeated Riverton 28-17 Friday night at home following a dominant second half on the defensive side. The Broncs improve to 3-1 while the Wolverines remain winless after four games.

While the team struggled in their first road contest of the season last week in Pocatello, the Broncs got right back on track in front of their lively home crowd in Jackson.

Senior running back Brody Hasenack had three rushing touchdowns and paced the offense on the ground. Hasenack, who missed the first game of the season due to injury, has showed no signs of slowing down and has continued to be a spark for head coach David Joyce.

On the defensive side, the Broncs' pass rush was strong, and made several key sacks to limit the rhythm of the Riverton offense led by quarterback Nathan Hutchison.

The Broncs are back in the win column and will look to continue to build momentum next Friday at Star Valley.

For a full game recap with stats and words from head coach David Joyce, check out Wednesday's edition of the Jackson Hole News&Guide.

Contact Brad Boner at 732-7064 or email photo@jhnewsandguide.com. Follow on Twitter @JHNGphoto.

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