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Hesperia’s football team ends season on a high note with win over rival Holton

Panthers defeat Red Devils, 38-0, to earn first WMC Rivers Division win.

Photos by Tate Stine | CatchMark

HESPERIA — It’s been a tough season for the football programs from Hesperia and Holton.

Hesperia was able to end it on a high note with a 38-0 home win over rival Holton Friday night.

The Panthers came out of it with the M-120 Trophy and a 2-7 overall record on the season, 1-5 in the West Michigan Conference Rivers Division.

Holton finishes 0-9 overall and 0-6 in the WMC Rivers.

Here are notables and other details from the game between two young teams:

  • Hesperia’s Brock Bolles was 7-of-12 passing for 180 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.
  • Hesperia’s Alex Gleason caught one pass, a 62-yard TD.
  • Hesperia’s Armando Escobedo had three catches for 52 yards. Ian Fox caught one pass, a 33-yard TD.
  • Skyler Stalbaum ran five times for 26 yards for the Panthers, including a TD. Scott Quinn rushed twice for 37 yards, including a TD. Bolles also scored a rushing TD.
  • Defensively, Deegan Klaus led Hesperia with eight tackles. Stalbaum and Quinn had five stops apiece, while Blake Hernandez had four tackles and Gleason three.
  • No stats were submitted by Holton.


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