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Reedley College Football 2012 Game 4 Recap

IN THE September 24 ISSUE

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by Larry Ham

The Reedley College Tigers traveled to the State capitol Saturday night, and came up on the short end once again, in a 27-20 loss to the Sacramento City College Panthers.

As was the case in the previous week, when the Tigers lost to Fresno City, Reedley had a chance to win late in the game, but came up a yard short on fourth down with about thirty seconds to play. It’s the Tigers’ eleventh consecutive loss, dating back to week four of last season.

But all is not negative for the Tigers. They have had a chance to win three out of their four games this season, with the only exception being a week two loss to San Joaquin Delta. Coach Randy Whited has got to be pleased with the progress the team has made, and it’s only a matter of time before the Tigers break their losing streak. Quarterback Sean Stell had another solid game, and seems to be getting more and more comfortable in his role as starter. He may also need to keep an ice pack handy for his throwing arm. With the Tigers’ spread offense in full force Saturday, Stell threw an amazing sixty-two passes, completing thirty- eight of them, including touchdowns to wide receivers Kendrick Peeples and Terrence Tatume.

The Tigers’ next opportunity to claim their first win comes this Saturday night, when they host Monterey Peninsula at seven at Reedley High School Stadium.

Check back every Monday evening during football season for the latest game recap and watch for some RC football interviews!

To hear this weekend’s webcast go the the Reedley College website and scroll down for Tiger Football on the web.

Larry Ham is an ongoing contributor to our
Area Arts & Entertainment section where he covers local sports–something he has a great deal of experience in having covered many an area school game through the years for KRDU radio in Dinuba.

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