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One sophomore on a team of all freshman nearly pulled off the upset of the year two weeks into the season.
No one, not even Daniel Lewis expected Shasta College to turn to its third-string quarterback against the No. 4 team in the state.
Daniel Lewis didn’t think he’d ever see the field again as a player. Especially since he was sitting in the booth as a student-coach for the entire season.
It’s hard to find consistency on a struggling team. But Shasta College sophomore wide receiver Karnell Collier has been a old reliable this season, especially of late.
The Knights inability to play a complete game with high energy and execution has been a common theme this season.
Father and son John and Kody Karpinski have spent the season together playing for the Shasta College Knights. (Photo by …
Two games remain in the 2018 season for the Shasta College Knights, starting with their final road trip at American River College Saturday in Sacramento for the Sierra Pacific Industries College Game of the Week.
Karnell Collier has been a reliable weapon for the Knights for nearly two years.
Turnovers sink Shasta College in 49-21 loss to Siskiyous
The Shasta College football team rallied from an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat Feather River College 44-37 in the Sierra Pacific Industries College Game of the Week on Saturday.
Shasta College quarterback Hoku-Lani Wickard delivered a fourth quarter that the Knights needed the most.
Shasta College hopes to carry the second-half urgency and offensive outburst from last week into Saturday’s 5 p.m. kickoff against Feather River College in Quincy in the Sierra Pacific Industries Game of the Week.
The wins might not be piling up for the Knights but one person there to deliver week after week is wide receiver Patrick Blake.
Shasta College nearly overcame a sluggish start and fell 42-29 to Sierra College Saturday in the Sierra Pacific Industries College Game of the Week and the NorCal Conference opener.
It was only a matter of time before the Shasta College offense started to roll.
It took a month and a seven-hour drive but the Shasta College football team clobbered host College of the Sequoias 45-17 Saturday afternoon at Mineral King Bowl in the Sierra Pacific Industries College Game of the Week.
Shasta College’s football team is still searching for its first win of the season and goes on the longest road trip of the year to play at College of the Sequoias Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Sierra Pacific Industries College Game of the Week.
One month into the season and the Knights are still trying to find their identity. And what a rough month it has been.
It’s taking a little longer than the Knights had planned to learn from their mistakes.
Shasta College’s football team looks to pick up their first win of the season when it hosts Santa Rosa Junior College at 5 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium in the Sierra Pacific Industries College Game of the Week.
The Knights aren’t trying to make excuses for starting late due to the Carr Fire. But they are still having a tough time figuring out their identity this season.
Shasta College football captains get ready for their season-opener last week against Chabot. Shasta faces off against West Hills Saturday …
Two words can make Shasta College receiver Patrick Blake smile like a kid on Christmas morning – ‘game day.’
After four years of dominance in the CCCAA American Division, Shasta College moves back to the National Division and the NorCal Conference. The Knights were staring at 0-4 in the face last season before a last-minute touchdown pass from Trent Darms to Patrick Blake ignited a seven-game winning streak, culminating in a double-overtime victory to win their second American Division championship in three years.
Shasta College was promoted to the CCCAA National Division after dominating the American Division for the past four years, which included four straight Pacific 7 League titles, two Division Championships and four straight bowl games. The Knights have to replace a lot but the recruiting has ramped up to compete among one of the toughest conferences in not on California but the country.