football

Zebras quarterback runs offense, student council

Anger management classes may have done Christian Perkins some good when he started playing football four years ago. He had a habit of chucking his helmet when a play did not go his ...

Sierra flips quarterback switch

Sierra College’s depth chart has become an Etch a Sketch, and head coach Jeff Tisdel is shaking it. Tisdel moves deserving players into starting jobs and erases those no longer ...

Zebras can contribute in more ways than one

Mike Thompson did not have much time to catch his breath after his interception return for a touchdown last Friday night. He remained on the field for Lincoln High School’s ens ...

Sierra rallies with 42-point second half

Sierra College found a quarterback Saturday afternoon. Then the Wolverines found the end zone. And with a 42-point eruption in the second half, Jeff Tisdel’s team found out how t ...

Zebras make Pirates walk the plank

Thomas Little was honored Friday night as Lincoln High School’s football homecoming king, but the injured senior linebacker would gladly split the crown to share with three of hi ...

Sierra not panicking after losing opener

Sam Martinez will get a second chance to lead Sierra College’s offense. Head coach Jeff Tisdel is not blaming last Saturday’s season-opening loss to Butte solely on the fresh ...

Each day is Little step to healing

Blended lasagna, chicken soup and mashed potatoes … Thomas Little might as well have punted. It is no wonder that the Lincoln High School senior linebacker has lost 30 pounds si ...

Sierra's offense misfires in season opener

One goal for Sierra College's football team in Saturday night's opener at Butte was to rush for 205 yards. The Wolverines finished with 119 yards - overall. The passing game did ...

Zebras stumble in loss to Honkers

Four unanswered touchdowns by Yuba City High School left Lincoln without an answer Friday night. The Honkers scored the last two touchdowns of the first half and the first two of ...

Zebras pay price to earn stripes

Travis Bakken asked for a show of hands Monday night. The senior wanted to know how many of his Lincoln High School football teammates would be willing to admit they were out of sh ...