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A letter from the editor
February 6, 2024

Panthers lose close game; Football loses 2nd straight, falling to 2-2

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Tyree Hanson, City College sophomore of the football game against Santa Rosa Junior College in Hughes Stadium on Sept. 24 © 2016 Photo by Hui-Chun Chung
Tyree Hanson, City College sophomore of the football game against Santa Rosa Junior College in Hughes Stadium on Sept. 24 © 2016 Photo by Hui-Chun Chung
Tyree Hanson, City College sophomore running back, finishes with 97 yards in the game against Santa Rosa Junior College on Sept. 24 at Hughes Stadium. Photo by Hui-Chun Chung

The City College Panthers football team lost a close game to the Santa Rosa Bear Cubs Sept. 24 by a score of 17-14.

Sophomore running back Tyree Hanson continued to grind for the Panther offense, finishing with 97 yards and a score. Freshman wide receiver Jordan Moore led all receivers with five receptions for an outstanding 128 yards. His longest reception was a 58-yard pass from quarterback Justin Yeaton.

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The defense proved to be stout once again, forcing three fumbles and five sacks for the game. Sophomore defensive end Josh Johnson led all defenders with eight tackles and two sacks. Freshman middle linebacker Terrance March had five tackles, two forced fumbles and a sack. Fellow freshman defensive back Otis Benson also had three tackles and forced a fumble.

The Panthers are now 2-2, having lost two straight, and look to go above .500 next week when they travel to play the College of the Sequoias (3-1) Saturday Oct. 1.

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