Woodland Hills quarterback Gavin Gurreri-Judson zipped a short pass to wideout Jay Smith, who turned up field, collided with a tackler and flipped over the pylon for a touchdown.

That play was a glimpse of the quick-strike potential Wolverines coaches see in Gurreri-Judson, a 6-foot-2 senior who transferred home from New York late this summer. But the offense remains a work in progress, which showed at times during Saturday night’s 20-7 loss to Woodrow Wilson of Washington D.C.

The Wolverines reach the end zone on their first possession — a 12-play, 77-yard drive — but went scoreless for the final three quarters.

“It takes some time, but we’re getting on the same page,” said Gurreri-Judson, a 1,100-yard passer last year in Waverly, N.Y. “We’re running routes after practice. In practice we’ve got to keep on grinding. Eventually it will come all together.”

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