The Tigers quarterback – senior Stephen Duarte – had a strong game, as he ended his high school career in strong fashion, as he rushed for more than 200 yards and two scores.

The Dunsmuir Tigers played tough against the Happy Camp Indians on Senior Night on Friday, Oct. 25.
Despite losing two players to injury the week before, Dunsmuir came out with 11 players suited up ready to give it their all in front of the home fans one last time this season.
The Tigers were able to keep up with the high flying passing attack of the Indians  at first, and only trailed 16-14 early in the second quarter. Happy Camp began to pull away, as Dunsmuir fell by the score of 60-14 in what has turned out to be the final game of the season for the Tigers.
Dunsmuir head coach Ray Kellar said he was pleased with how his team came out and scored two touchdowns in the first half and trailed by only two points early in the second quarter. He said that his inexperienced team, with only a few players back from last year, could not keep up the pace on offense with Happy Camp. 
“We ran out of firepower,” he said. He commended the players for battling throughout. “The kids worked hard and they kept on fighting,” Kellar said.
On Monday, it was announced that the Tigers would forfeit their final game of the season, which was scheduled for Friday in Hayfork due to injuries.
The Tigers quarterback – senior Stephen Duarte –  had a strong game, as he ended his high school career in strong fashion, as he rushed for more than 200 yards and two scores.
After Dunsmuir had a quick three and out on the opening drive of the game, Happy Camp got the ball. On the Indians first offensive play, quarterback  Keelan Hahn threw a long pass from around Happy Camp’s 41 and connected with  Cyliss Bailey, who ran down the field for the touchdown. A successful 2-point conversion gave Happy Camp the 8-0 advantage with 10:06 remaining in the first quarter.
Dunsmuir was able to march down the field on their next possession. This included freshman running back Jasper Mitchell finding daylight and running the ball for 15 yards to the 36 of the Indians on third down.
On 4th and 1 from around the four-yard line, Duarte followed his blockers in for the touchdown with 4:54 left in the first quarter. The 2-point conversion was unsuccessful, making things 8-6 in favor of Happy Camp.
The Indians quickly went to work from their own 40-yard line. Hahn again threw the ball to Bailey, who got  down to the 24-yard line of Dunsmuir. From around eight yards out, Hahn caught a pass from Bailey for a eight yard touchdown reception with 3:53 left in the quarter. A successful 2-point conversion gave Happy Camp the 16-6 advantage.
Dunsmuir was able to move steadily down the field on their next possession, culminating in Duarte taking off and running in for a 30-yard touchdown.
A successful 2-point conversion reduced the Happy Camp lead to 16-14 with 10:49 left in the half, as it appeared that  the game could become a high scoring affair. The game did turn out to be high scoring, but just for the Indians, as the Tigers were unable to score the rest of the night. and trailed 40-14 at the half.
While Dunsmuir was able to move the ball down the field in the second half on occasion, the squad could not find the endzone.
It did not help that Mitchell left the game with an injury and did not return, with the Tigers ending the game with only nine healthy players. .
For Dunsmuir, Duarte ran for 218 yards, along with the two touchdowns. Mitchell finished with 93 rushing yards for the Tigers. Senior Andrew O’Brien had a fumble recovery and a sack.
Happy Camp improved to 4-5 overall, and 2-4 in the California - North 8-man football League, while Dunsmuir fell to 0-8 overall and 0-6 in league.
Happy Camp was supposed to face South County squad McCloud at home Friday to end the season. McCloud announced Monday that due to injuries they will forfeit the game.