September 18, 2018
Cardinals Ready for a Good Week
The Fall River Bulldogs will take on the Lassen Grizzlies at 6 p.m. tonight (Tuesday) at home. It is a non-conference game.

Lassen’s overall is 13-5 with a record of 1-0 at home and 11-3 away and 1-2 at a neutral location.

Fall River is 7-6 overall with zero home, zero away and the 7-6 at a neutral location. Maxpreps has Lassen heavily favored.

Comparing players Lassen’s #32 Ellie Stewart has 96 kills to #10 Madison Ronquist’s 40.

The Grizzly’s Stewart had 61 total blocks to Ronquist’s 12.

Lassen’s #32 Jamie Larson had 34 Serving Aces to #1 Myah Gallion’s 16.

Their #1 Jordanna Jones had 117 digs to #00 Rylee Pevehouse’s 119.

#10 Jordanna Jones had 112 assists compared to Fall River’s #10 Myah Gallion’s 78.

The Grizzly’s #23 Brittany Patton had 174 receptions to Pevehouse’s 128.
JV Bulldogs are Aiming for Etna Lions
The Fall River Junior Varsity is predicted to take the Etna Lions handily when they meet Tuesday (tonight) at 5 p.m. here. They have an 8-1-3 overall record compared to Etna’s 2-3- 1. They took the Williams Yellow Jackets in two last week.

Above) Jeanna Bucher and the rest of the JV’s were going for blood.

Burney Raiders to Try and Cage the
Portola Tigers Friday
PORTOLA — The Burney Raiders have had a rough start to the season with three losses straight up. The number of players available and players who have had to learn and get used to new positions have made it tough, but to their credit and the credit of the fans, no one has given up. They went on the field last Friday evening with 11 healthy players and ended the night with 11 healthy players and a lot of seasoning under their belts.

The Raiders take on the Tigers in Portola and because of their numbers and depth are not favored to win, but Portola has tied Burney for losses and only have one win, so anything is more than possible.

 Raider JV’s to take on Portola

The Burney JV’s got a late start. Currently they are 0 overall, 0-1 at home and 0-0 away.

Their final last week Burney JV final was 48-6

Coach Jed Tate says they tied the game at 6-6 on a pass from Kanon Gray to Axxton Chaffin.

Bryan Banos had an 84 TD run brought back on a penalty.

“They fought hard, and the coaching staff was pleased with their first game this year.” Tate says.

They take on Portola in Portola Friday at 5:30. Portola has a 2-2 record. They are 0-1 in league, 2-1 at home and 0-1 away.
Cards Going for Fourth Win
BIEBER — The Cardinals laid waste to the Butte Valley Bulldogs last Friday amassing 61 points to the Bulldog’s six with 4:31 left in the third quarter.

The win gave them their third straight win this season and left Butte Valley with four losses.

The Cards take on Dunsmuir at Bieber Friday at 7:30 p.m.

The Tigers are 0-2 for the season and the Cardinals are heavily favored to win.