The Hesperia football team won a shootout over Ludington Thursday with a three-headed monster running attack.
Mark Workman, Kade Witte and Brandon Goins each topped 100 yards rushing, leading Hesperia to a 54-33 win at Ludington.
The Orioles took a 28-21 lead into the half behind quarterback Jared Collins, who had a 33-yard touchdown run and two scoring passes in the second quarter.
Collins finished 24-of-40 through the air for 285 yards and four touchdowns.
Collins and the Orioles struck first in the second half, with his rushing touchdown giving the Orioles a 28-14 lead. But Hesperia roared back with four-straight rushing touchdowns, including a pair from Workman in the third quarter.
Workman finished with 126 yards and three touchdowns.
Defensively, Nathan McKeowen had a 70-yard interception return for the Panthers.
For Ludington, Sam Laduke had eight catches for 141 yards and a touchdown, while Andrew Jones had two receiving scores.