Corning >> It was all Corning Friday night as the Cardinals rolled over the visiting Oroville Tigers 46-7. “This is us, finally,” coach John Studer told the Cardinals after the win. “This is our true identity.”Studer praised the team win, commending bench players who came in later in the game and played with the same intensity as starters. He credited speed, confidence and physical play for the win. “They’re not as bad as you made them look,” Studer said.
Palo Cedro >> The Red Bluff Spartans came up just short of their first win of 2017 Friday, taking a road loss to the Foothill Cougars 32-30. Coach Orlyn Culp praised the way the team played for the full 48 minutes. “I couldn’t be prouder of how you competed,” Culp told the team during the post-game huddle. “Let’s keep working to get the W.”Penalties hurt both teams, particularly the Spartans in the final quarter, killing more than one drive and extending Foothill possessions with time running out.
Redding >> In what was supposed to be Red Bluff’s home opener Friday night, the Spartans went down early to the Shasta Wolves and couldn’t rally for a comeback, falling 42-7 on the road. “We need to make more plays when we get the opportunities,” coach Orlyn Culp said afterwards. “Once the lid falls off, it’s hard to motivate a group of kids.”Shasta opened the game in a hurry up offense and moved the ball down the field for a Seth Park score just 1:17 seconds into the game.
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Selecting a term
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