Scoring in all three phases of the game is a pretty rare feat, so when Terra Linda High football coach Rich Cotruvo gathered his players after the game on Saturday, he was sure to let them know they had accomplished something special. “It’s what you dream about as a coach,” Cotruvo said. “You play good defense, you shut out a team — I don’t care who they are, you shut out a team you’ve done pretty well. I don’t know what their total yards were but it wasn’t a lot.
Learning a new system under a new coach has been a bit of a challenge for the Drake High girls volleyball team in the early stages of the MCAL season. After dropping the first set to San Marin on Friday, something clicked for the Pirates, who reeled off the next three sets to win a battle between potential playoff teams, 18-25, 25-19, 25-17, 25-22. “It was the first match that we felt together,” Drake coach Breana Thomas said.
The football teams from Petaluma and Terra Linda High schools came together on Saturday and played a game that will live long in the memory of those who were there to witness it. Unfortunately for the host Trojans, after the visiting Trojans scored 24 points in the fourth quarter, the memories of Petaluma supporters will be a lot fonder. Terra Linda built a big early lead but were unable to stop Petaluma’s rushing attack in the second half, falling 52-44 in a wild shootout.
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