Coach: Zack Wynn’s performance great, but not his best



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Mon. September 14, 2009 | Keith Niebuhr

HUDSON -- All Hudson QB Zack Wynn did in last week’s 35-10 win over Wesley Chapel was pass for 366 yards and three touchdowns, and rush for 66 yards and a score.

For the mathematically challenged, that’s 432 total yards.

In other words, he was very, very good.

But according to Hudson coach Mark Nash, it wasn’t the senior’s best performance as a Cobra.

“The one that sticks out in my mind was in 2007 vs. Zephyrhills,” Nash said. “We had to win to get in the playoffs and he pretty much won it. His performance put us in the playoffs. And he played three quarters with a torn ACL."

Against Wesley Chapel, Wynn completed 27 of 43 passes.

Two of his targets -- Dylan Luke and Jamie Tello -- each surpassed 100 receiving yards. Nash also was quick to highlight the play of his offensive line, particularly tackles Taylor Foster and Tanner Newton.

“The biggest thing was that (Wynn) had time to throw,” Nash said. “The offensive line played excellent. He gets the credit and the receivers get the credit, but the offensive line allowed that to happen.”

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