Hesperia falls late to host St. Louis, Quinn rushes for 160 yards in loss


The Hesperia football team had its chances to break into the win column, but late mistakes caused the Panthers to fall 39-18 to St. Louis on Thursday.

The Panthers trailed 20-18 entering the fourth quarter, but miscues and turnovers swung the game away to the hosts. 

Brandon Quinn led Hesperia’s offense with 160 yards rushing on 24 carries, including a touchdown run. Amando Escobejo and Hunter Billman both had TD runs for the Panthers. 

Sam Koch led the Hesperia defense with eight tackles. 

The Panthers look to rebound in Week 3 when they host White Cloud on Friday, September 10 at 7 p.m.

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