Reedley College Football Game 7 Recap

Oct 24, 2011 | 2011 Articles, Contributors, Larry Ham, Sports

by Larry Ham

The Reedley College Tigers were looking to turn their fortunes around at home Saturday afternoon after three consecutive road losses, but it didn’t work out that way – not even close. The Tigers were blown out by San Joaquin Delta 52-7 at Reedley High School Stadium.

The Mustangs’ high-octane offense out-gained the Tigers 575 yards to 216. The Tigers would have suffered a home shutout were it not for Matt Trejo’s interception return touchdown late in the first half.

Nothing worked for Reedley. The offense was inconsistent, and when they did have a chance to score, backup Quarterback Jordan McCarty lost a fumble at the Delta one-yard line. The defense was even worse. Adding to an already embarrassing statistic, the Tigers are now giving up an average of over 47 points per game.

This season is turning into one of the most disappointing in recent memory, but as I have mentioned many times this season, this is a very young team, they will learn how to win, and if the majority of the freshmen return next season, this will be a much improved team. The Tigers’ next game will also be their final road game of the season, against Modesto Junior College, Saturday night at six.

Check back every Monday evening during football season for the latest game recap!

Check out Larry’s recent interview with Coach Randy Whited.

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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