November 20, 2018
Shasta County
Releases Top 25 Lists
24. Ashley Davies (5-7), F, Burney, Jr. With one full year of varsity to her name, Davis put up 6.4 points and 8.9 rebounds per game for the Raiders. Davis’ effort was awarded by being chosen to the All-Five-Star League team and led Burney in rebounds with 152 — more than double the next playing on the team. 20.

Marissa Leighton (pictured above), (5-8), F, Fall River, Jr.

The incoming junior in entering her third season as a varsity player for the Bulldogs. She averaged 6.3 points and 5.8 rebounds as a sophomore on a senior- laden title team for Tarron Corder.

She was third on the Bulldogs in total boards last season and has championship experience, scoring four points and grabbing six rebounds in Fall River’s 50-49 NorCal title win over Redding Christian.


24. Levi Perkins, (6-0, 150), G, Burney, Jr.
The top returning scorer for the Raiders, Perkins dropped 4.5 points per game and added just over five rebounds per night. He also leads returners in steals and assist for a Burney team that lost some senior leadership to graduation after a 5-17 campaign and a first-round loss in the playoffs.

21. Tim Westlund, (6-0, 175), F, Fall River, Jr. As the lone sophomore on a team that went two games into the No
rCal playoffs, Westlund averaged 7.5 points per game. He led the team in rebound average, with 8.2 per contest. Still playing football for the Bulldogs, Westlund should be a presence for Fall River and help the team pick up where it left off.

20. Gavin Dobson, G, Fall River, Sr.
Dobson might be a little bit late to join the Bulldogs on the hardwood because of the success of the football team, now at 11-0 after Friday’s D-V semifinal win over Etna. The senior enters his second full season of varsity after helping Fall River to the NorthThe

Jace Named to All-District

Jace Neugebauer of William Penn University Football was named National Association of Intercollegiate athletess AIA Google Cloud Academic All-District, selected by @CoSIDAnews. Honoring outstanding academic and athletic achievement by student-athletes. He will now be placed on the Academic All-American ballot.

The Bulldogs Run Over the Lions
The Fall River Bulldogs slaughtered the Etna Lions Friday night at home 42-13

Etna came out good and had a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter

The Bulldogs weren’t about to let that trend continue and came on strong to make it Fall River 21-7.

In that quarter Jeffrey Kask scored and with the point after tied it up at seven each. A 37 yard touchdown pass from Gavin Dobson to Cody Jorgensen made it 14-7 and a 70 yard pass from Dobson hit Timothy Westlund rounded it out,

In the 3rd quarter, Kask scored on a 2-yard run to make it 27-7.

Etna scored on a kick off return to bring it up to 27-13.

A pass from Dobson to Bailey Small was good for a 60 yard TD (33-13) and two point conversion pass from Dobson to Herringer ran it up to 35-13.

In the fourth quarter Jacob Carmenita ran in to finish the scoring on a one yard run (42-13).

Fall River plays the winner of the Chester vs. Biggs game Tuesday (tonight).

They play Tuesday as their game was canceled on Friday due to poor air quality. Title game time and date TBD, is likely to be Saturday night.

Cards Finish the Season 11-1

It may have been a tough night and a bitter pill to swallow but the Big Valley Cardinals certainly don’t have anything to be ashamed of and they don’t owe anyone any apologies

They fought hard all season and they didn’t quit in their 27-44 loss to Los Molinas.

They have an unparalleled record and in this season alone they finished 11-1.