Week 9 Shasta County Sports Helmet Stickers
Each week we take a look back from Friday night’s games and recognize those who contributed the most to their teams. From game altering plays to standout performances. Here are Week 9’s Shasta County Sports Helmet Sticker honorees.
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Josh Aguilar, West Valley
The junior helped the Eagles’ secure the Northern Athletic League title and make school history by finishing the season with a perfect 10-0 record. He also scored the only two touchdowns in the 13-7 win over Lassen on a 66-yard burst from the first play from scrimmage, and the go-ahead 29-yard TD with 2:30 remaining.
Garrett Thibodeau, West Valley
Anchoring the defense, he contributed 15 tackles (5 solo) and an interception and came up crucial in the final moments in 13-7 win over Lassen.
Defense, West Valley
Although Lassen had double the amount of possession time and more total yards of offense, the Eagles defense held off Lassen to finish the regular season unbeaten. Keeping Lassen out of the end zone on the Eagles own goal line, and from scoring the go-ahead TD. With five players in double-digit tackles. Johnston 17, Thibodeau 15, Reginato 14 (9 solo), Lambert 13, and Booth with 10.
Nathan Bova, Shasta
In the win over Foothill, Bova produced 107 yards on 12 carries adding to Shasta’s season best 479 rushing yards. It was also Bova’s first 100-yard performance of the season. He also added an 81-yard catch.
Johari Woods, Shasta
The Wolves’ three-headed rushing attack was led by Woods in the win over Foothill. He finished with 19 carries for 162 yards and 2 touchdowns.
James Weaver, Shasta
The Wolves’ back ran for three touchdowns to rout Foothill 50-21 and take the sweep over Redding. Finishing with 158 yards on 12 carries and three touchdowns. The back has been finding his footing in Shasta’s four-game win streak and looks to continue against Lassen on Friday.
Christian Teague, Anderson
Anderson continues to throw the ball up to their 6-foot-3 senior receiver, and he continues to deliver. He contributed three catches for 105 yards and two TDs.
Gator Wilson, Anderson
Despite a loss to 39-28 Corning, Wilson has proven he had one of the best arms in the section. He threw for 254 yards and four touchdowns on 11-of-21 attempts. He has one last chance to showcase his arm in the final game of the regular season at Yreka.
Rowdy Seaters, Anderson
A 78-yard touchdown and two catches for 91 yards from the Cubs’ receiver. They look to finish their season strong with a win at Yreka.
Marquice Crowell, Anderson
His six catches for 58 yards and a touchdown might not scream “standout” performance when it comes to some of the games the Cubs’ senior wide out has had this year. But it’s significant because he set the single-season school record for receiving yards and touchdowns with Friday’s loss to Corning. He now has 974 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns on 41 catches.
Cole Abel, U-Prep
The Panthers’ power back ran for 205 yards and four touchdowns in the 45-14 win over Trinity, improving U-Prep’s record to 8-1, 4-0 overall. The biggest test of the season comes Friday when they host East Nicolaus.
Caden Adams, U-Prep
The junior carried the ball just five times, but had 33 yards and was one of just two players to score two or more touchdowns for U-Prep.
Carson Piper, Redding Christian
Capturing the 8-man North title, Piper scored all three touchdowns for 283 yards on 19 carries for the Lions. Redding Christian looks to the first round of the 8-man football playoffs this week aiming for its ninth consecutive win.
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