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PAGE 8 • THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • OCTOBER 28, 2009 Cadinals mauled by Tigers 57-32 The Big Valley Cardinals fell to the visiting Dunsmuir Tigers by the score of 57-32 Friday. The injury plagued Cardinals were down to their last injury and finished the contest with just eight bodies able to play. It’s a tough year to be in the 8-man North Division with two teams undefeated; Hayfork (3-0, 7-0) and Butte Valley (3-0, 6-0). The Tigers improve to 2-1, 7-1 with the win and the Cardinals fall to 0-3, 2-4 with two games remaining. The Tigers scored four touchdowns in the first quarter, three coming by way of long distance air mail. Tiger quarterback LT Hisey threw touchdown strikes from 43, 41 and 48 yards as the Tigers took a 28-12 first quarter lead. The Cardinals were able to take the big plays away from Tigers but couldn’t shorten the drives and trailed 42-18 at the half. Big Valley tightened the score with 14 points in the third quarter to get within 10 at 42-32 but couldn’t get any closer. The Tigers added 15 points in the fourth while keeping the Cardinals out of the end zone. Shane Hunsaker scored two touchdowns in the game. Edward Richno, Clayton Rhodes and Nick Shultz had scores as well. The Cardinals will now prepare to host the Liberty Christian Patriots (1-2, 5-2) at Homecoming Friday. NEWS PHOTO / Katie Harrington Fall River senior running back Nate Gilligan tries to shake a Burney defender during the Bulldogs 50-6 route of the Raiders Friday night. Gilligan gained for 148 yards, scored a touchdown and ran in three 2-point conversions in he contest. More than 14 minutes of video highlights with three camera angles can be viewed at www.theimnews.com. Burney Raiders fall to Big Blue machine 50-6 The Big Blue machine just keeps on rolling. The Fall River Bulldogs scored 28 points in the second of their contest with Burney Raiders en route to a 50-6 win Friday. The Bulldogs gained 475 yards of offense on the night with 347 of them coming from the rushing attack. Nate Gilligan led the assault with 148 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown, most of it done in the first half. With all the problems Burney had trying to stop the ground game, the Bulldogs air campaign was just as lethal. Taylor Sloat threw for three touchdowns and ran for a score to lead the Bulldogs. Sloat completed nine of his 14 attempts for 124 yards and tallied 84 yards on the ground. Fall River (3-1 Shasta Cascade League, 6-2) was just as dominant on defense forcing three turnovers as Raiders struggled to move the ball on offense. Burney (3-2 SCL, 5-3) was missing Ryan Phipps and Nick Gray due to injuries, which was a bigger detriment to the defense, but hurt the offense as well. But Burney’s offense struggled and had more negative plays then positive ones and their defense compounded problems with three flags for unsportsmanlike conduct in the first half. The Bulldogs forced a fumble on the Raiders second play from scrimmage with Trey Kramer recovering the ball on Burney’s 24-yard line. It took the Bulldogs four plays to get in the end zone with Sloat punching it in from the 1 for a 6-0 lead. The Bulldogs recovered an onside kick but the Raiders defense held. Burney went three downs and punt and Fall River went back on the attack from their own 34-yard line. Kirk gained nine yards on a thirdand-three play and Sloat hooked up with Colton Vanriet for 24 yards to get into Raider territory. Sloat had a short gain but an unsportsmanlike penalty on Burney followed by an off sides flag put the Bulldogs on the Raiders 20. From there Sloat dropped back and hit Vanriet for the score. Gilligan ran in the conversion for a 14-0 lead. The Raiders tried to respond and went to a pass play on fourth-andtwo. Trey Lacey’s pass to Macloud Luntey was on target but Vanriet got there a little early to break up the play with no flag on the play and the Bulldogs took over on downs. Sloat completed passes an 11-yard pass to Jared Vestal and a 24-yard strike to Jonny Fourney to help set up a Kirk touchdown from a yard out to go up 20-0. The Bulldogs went 75 yards on its next drive with a 48-yard run by Gilligan to set up a 17-yard touchdown strike from Sloat to Fourney. Gilligan scampered in for the conversion and a 28-0 advantage. The Bulldogs recovered the onside kick and looked poised to score quickly. Sloat went 43-yards on keeper down to the Raiders 6. But a bad pitch on an option play put the ball on the ground, which was recovered by Michael Childers. Dylan Ferguson gave the Raiders some breathing room with a 17-yard run around the right side but had to punt soon afterwards. Gilligan weaved his way to pay dirt from 38 yards out to put the Bulldogs up 34-0. The Raiders recovered the onside kick and with time running out in the half went to the air. Lacey connected with Luntey for an 18-yard gain. But a Raider fumble put the ball back in the hands of Sloat with 41 seconds remaining in the half from Burney’s 34-yard line. Sloat scrambled for 16 yards and got 15 more on an unsportsmanlike penalty. Then with 3.3 ticks on the clock Sloat hit Jon Neugebauer for a 30-yard touchdown strike. Gilligan ran in the conversion to make the score 42-0 at the break. The Bulldogs starters had one last drive on offense to start the third quarter to go up 50-0. The Raiders put a 70-yard scoring drive together late in the fourth quarter. Ferguson had a 15-yard run and Cody Smith sprinted for 50 to set up first-and-goal from the 10. Lacey fumbled on a quarterback draw that went right to Alex Courtright who took it in for the score to make the final. Fall River sophomore Austin Reynolds fights for extra yardage during the Bulldogs junior varsity win over Burney Friday. Junior Bulldogs blank rival JV Raiders 44-0 Fall River sophomore Austin Reynolds gained 142 yards on 10 carries with touchdown as the visiting Bulldogs junior varsity squad downed rival Burney Raiders 44-0 Friday. Reynolds had long runs of 59 and 41 yards before leaving the game with a shoulder injury in the second quarter. Freshman Eathan Coe tallied up 118 yards on 20 hauls and score two touchdowns along with three conversions in his first Burney-Fall River match up. Mike Peters found the end zone and added a 2-point PHOTO / SiskiyouYouth.com Fall River’s Esequiel Venegas goes up for a header during the Bulldogs 2-0 win over the Mt. Shasta Bears on Oct. 21. The Bulldogs handed the Bears their first defeat of the season. conversion gaining 68 yards on 11 lugs.Brock Putnam punched in two scores from short range on just two attempts for seven yards total. The Raiders had some of their players moved up to the varsity squad due to injuries at the upper level, which hindered their chances. The Bulldogs are 3-1 in Shasta Cascade League play with an overall record of 6-1. There only loss coming at the hands of the Modoc Braves. Bulldogs hand Bears first loss of season The Fall River soccer team lost to the Etna Lions and Mt. Shasta Bears early in the season but responded with victories over both those teams en route to a 9-2 record and a No. 2 seed in the Shasta Cascade League playoffs. The Bulldogs handed the Bears their only loss of the season with a 2-0 win in a match up on Oct. 21. The game was a make up game that was rained out earlier in the month. The Bulldogs were going to be without their top score Edgar Alvarez in the game that was canceled, but as fate would have it the Bulldogs were at full strength with Alvarez for the makeup game. Alvarez centered a pass to Rapheal Tschirky to put Fall River up 1-0 in the first half of the game. In the second half Yarely Contreras took the feed from Pedro Aceves to go up 2-0 in the game. The Bears (10-1) took 12 shots on goal but could not get any by Bulldog goalie Jesus Anguiano. The Bulldogs were defeated by the Bears in the SCL championship game last year and hope to get a rematch. Fall River will face Etna in the first round of the playoffs. If the Bulldogs win that match (the game was played after print deadline) they will travel to Mt. Shasta and play for the SCL title Thursday. Buy Local Apples and eat pancakes in Round Mountain KKRN Radio Benefit Sunday Nov 1st $10 and Family Discounts Freshly ground whole wheat&corn cakes Sausage, fruit, Coffee, Juice All You Can Eat And Local apples Round mountain community center 299 east Call 530 520-1593 or www.kkrn.org 8 AM to Noon
THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • OCTOBER 28, 2009 • PAGE 9 PRECISION LUBE EXPRESS 37451 ENTERPRISE DRIVE, BURNEY • 335-5372 BIG VALLEY HOMECOMING VS. LIBERTY CHRISTIAN BIG VALLEY HOMECOMING VS. LIBERTY CHRISTIAN INTERMOUNTAIN BODY WORKS 38227 Main St., Burney 335-4558 Fall River senior Kristi Cearley sends Hannah Rogers (2) offering back to Burney’s side of the net during Fall River’s win over Burney on Oct. 20. Burney’s Haley Ashe tries to keep the play alive with a sliding dig during the lady Raiders battle with rival Fall River. The lady Bulldogs took the game in three straight to take the season series 2-1. Fall River senior Sam Ranquist (1) bumps the ball for teammate Kristi Cearley (5) during the Bulldogs three-game sweep over Burney on Oct. 20. The Fall River student section stopped a Burney rally with a shuffling of seats and crowd surfing a student from the first row to the top of the bleachers. Fall River won the Oct. 20th contest 25-16, 25-20 and 28-26. Burney’s Ana Martin-Borders reaches over the net to block Fall River’s Lauren Vestal attempt to tip the ball over during the lady Bulldogs three-game sweep over the lady Raiders to take the season series 2-1. Fall River is currently in second place in the Shasta Cascade League standings and Burney is in third. Fall River’s Kristi Cearley attempts to block Ana Martin-Borders hit. Lady Bulldogs takes rubber match with Burney in three Burney and Fall River have met twice this season with each team winning once. But with both teams sitting one game behind Etna in this year’s title race, the winner of the rubber match would keep their title hopes alive while the other battles for third. The lady Bulldogs kept their quest for at least a share of their fifth straight title alive with a three-game sweep over visiting rival Burney lady Raiders. Burney got off to a sluggish start as the Bulldogs cruised to an early win to start the match. Burney picked up its intensity level in the next two games but could not avoid the broom with Fall River taking the match 25-16, 25-20 and 28-26. Both teams rely heavily on defense and their ability Burney’s Kayla Jones keeps the ball in play. to keep the ball in play while using multiple hitters in their attacks. The Raiders didn’t get the digs they normally do with only 12, as the Bulldogs defense shined with 43. Burney (5-3 SCL, 14-5- 4) fought hard to even the match in game two and tried to pull away early. But Fall River (6-2 SCL, 15-4-4) was able to limit the Raiders to short runs until they tied the game at 14-14 with a Cyndi Carpenter ace. The teams traded serves as the Bulldogs inched ahead at 22-19. The Raiders got the side out but gave the serve right back. A Burney miscue put the Bulldogs at game point and Kristi Cearley hammered down the game winner. Game three was worth the price of admission as the intensity level increased at the net with Cearley battling Burney’s Ana Martin-Borders. The largest gap between the teams was three points with Fall River holding a 10-7 advantage. Burney tied the game at 11-11 on a Martin Borders kill. The score went to 12-12 when Cearley and Martin-Borders exchanged blocks. Cearley finished with nine kills, nine digs and a block for the Bulldogs and Martin-Borders had eight kills and two NEWS PHOTOS / Richard Allan blocks for the Raiders. The Bulldogs were up 17-15 when the Raiders got started to surge. Burney got the side out and Jenna Watson dealt a pair of aces as the Raiders went up 19-17 with four straight points. Fall River called a timeout and the Bulldogs student section did a seat change and crowd-surfed a peer to the top row to end the run. Fall River regained the advantage at 22-21 with an ace by Renee Schneider and went up by two when Schneider was able to dig up a Martin-Borders block and Cearley powered down the kill. But Martin-Borders wasn’t done and came up with the next two kills to knot the score at 23-23. Schneider tallied up five kills along with nine digs for the Bulldogs. Burney reached game point at 25-24 and a fierce volley ensued. Megan Calzia saved an errant ball that was headed into the stands to extend the play, but a quick set to Cearley tied the game at 25-all. Fall River went up 26-25, but Martin-Borders hit one down to tie the game again. Cearley put the Bulldogs up 27-26 and the game came to a close on a Burney miscue.