College of the Siskiyous sophomore Christian Reyes rushed for 242 yards on 32 carries and scored 3 touchdowns during the Eagles' 49-12 win over Shasta College Saturday evening in Redding.
The Eagles, ranked No. 11 in Northern California going into the game, improved their record to 3-1.
Siskiyous had 375 yards on the ground against the Knights, while quarterback Tyler Nickel was 8 for 20 passing for 94 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions.
Shasta finished with 191 yards passing and -1 net yard rushing.
Chris Haas and Nicolas Marois had pass interceptions for the Eagles, Melycaireon Tavarres and Tyrese Lyons had fumble recoveries, and Ricky Cortes led the defense with 8 solo tackles, including a quarterback sack.
The Eagles play next at Mendocino (1-3) in Ukiah Sept. 29 at 1 p.m.
DeClusin leads Dunsmuir with 267 yards, 4 TDs
Hayfork had no idea what to do with Dunsmuir senior Justin DeClusin during the Tigers' 41-14 victory Friday night in Dunsmuir.
On just 6 carries from scrimmage, DeClusin rushed for 267 yards and 4 touchdowns, including a 97 yard run.
Still his average of 44.5 yards per carry wasn't as good as two of his teammates. Dayton Pepperdine's only run from scrimmage was a 79 yard touchdown. Quarterback Brian Taylor's went 59 yards for a touchdown on his only carry.
The Tigers gained all 426 yards of offense on the ground – on just 11 attempts, an average of nearly 39 yards per carry.
Jeff Rhoades had a team-high 20 tackles, 15 solo.
DeClusin was in on 18 tackles, including 13 solo, Mason Mekeel was in on 15 tackles, 9 solo; CJ Palmer 14, 9 solo; and Joey Campbell 10, 6 solo.
Dunsmuir improved to 5-0 for the season and is scheduled to host Big Valley Sept. 28 at 6 p.m.
Bears fall at Modoc
Mount Shasta junior Elijah Chapman rushed for 89 yards, had 2 kick returns for 50 yards, and scored a touchdown on a 26 yard pass play from quarterback Brandon Acord Friday night at Modoc.
The Bears fell behind 28-0 in the first half and lost their fourth straight, 42-12.
Jarred Booth rushed for 75 yards on 17 carries as Mount Shasta totaled 211 yards rushing for the game.
Acord completed 6 of 10 pass attempts for 56 yards, 1 TD, and 2 interceptions.
Booth was in on 9 tackles, Michael DeLeon 8, Kegan Snure 8, and Mark Bekstrom 8.
DeLeon had a fumble recovering and Dylan Padula intercepted a pass.
After three long road trips in a row, the Bears are scheduled to return home for their 2012 Homecoming game Friday, Sept. 28.
Near miss for JV Cougars at Quincy
Weed High School's JV football team lost a close game to Quincy Friday night, 36-30, in Quincy.
The Cougars are scheduled to play at Maxwell Sept. 28.