PHOTO GALLERY: Sacramento City at College of the Siskiyous

Steve Gerace
Hakeim Pearson scores College of the Siskiyous' first touchdown on a 39 yard pass from Josh Hudson Oct. 31, 2009 at Herschel Meredith Stadium in Weed. Aaron Sinnott's PAT kick ties the score at 7-7.

College of the Siskiyous had nearly 500 yards of offense during a heart-breaking 39-35 loss to Sacramento City College Oct. 31 at Herschel Meredith Stadium in Weed.

This photo gallery details many of the game's highlights.

Siskiyous held a 35-19 lead before Sacramento scored three touchdowns in the game’s final six minutes and the Eagles lost fumbles on their last three possessions.

Two Siskiyous touchdowns were also negated by penalties in the fourth quarter on drives that both later ended on turnovers.

Quarterback Josh Hudson completed 23 of 43 passes for 358 yards and 4 touchdowns, 3 of them in the first half. Hudson finished the week ranked 12th in the state in passing yards per game (248), 9th in pass completion percentage (62.2) and 11th in passer rating (151.5).

Hakeim Pearson caught 3 passes for 145 yards, all for touchdowns. He also caught a touchdown pass from running back Patrick Lunney on a fourth-quarter play that was overturned by a disputed offensive pass interference penalty. Though he had no punt returns against Sacramento, Pearson is ranked first in the state with an average of 21 yards per punt return.

Lunney, the third leading running back in the state, had 34 carries for 144 yards against Sacramento. He also lost four fumbles. For the season, Lunney finished the week with 1,114 yards rushing.

Zach Young had a team-high 5 pass catches against Sacramento fo 73 yards and a touchdowns. He finished the week ranked third in the state in receptions per game (57).

Alex Coleman caught 4 passes for 40 yards, Jerrell Young 4 for 32 yards, Kyson Culp 3 for 34 yards, Isaac Silafau 2 for 22 yards, and Jonathan Shines 2 for 12 yards.

Devin Howard led the defense with 11 solo tackles and 1 assist, including a quarterback sack.

Donavon Cunningham was in on 8 tackles, including six solo, Tyson Stephens had 6 solo tackles, and Devin Dyer, Michael Gaspar and Myron Johnson were all in on 5 tackles each.

Dyer is ranked 7th in the state with 14 tackles for loss this season.

Johnson had one of three COS interceptions against Sacramento, returning it 35 yards for a first quarter touchdown.

D’Andre Dearmon and Jordan Thomas also had interceptions, and Erin Kirch and Molea Patu had quarterback sacks.

Myron Johnson scores on a 35 yard interception return and the Eagles take a 14-13 lead over Sacramento Oct. 31, 2009 at Herschel Meredith Stadium in Weed.