The Las Plumas football team scored 21 second-quarter points Friday night on their way to a 28-14 win at Wheatland.
With the victory, LP evened their overall record at 4-4, and moved to 3-2 in the Butte View League.
The Pirates scored first on a 1 yard run from Jordan Beban midway through the first quarter, but the Thunderbirds took over the game in the second quarter thanks in part to two touchdown runs from Talon Gramps.
After Las Plumas took a 21-7 lead into halftime, the two teams traded scores in the second half.
The Thunderbirds will close out their season Friday night at Corning.
Chico High 25, Enterprise 19: Chico High football team fell short in its comeback on Friday night in a 25-19 loss at Enterprise.
The Panthers trailed 15-7 at halftime, with their only score coming on the 13 yard run by Saxon Farkas with 7:28 to go in the first half.
Chico trailed 22-8 late in the third, following a fumble recovery, Panthers’ quarterback Gage James connected with Anthony Hernandez on a 33-yard touchdown pass to cut the deficit to 22-13.
The Hornets made it 25-13 on a field goal with 1:41 left in the fourth quarter. The Panthers scored with 38.4 seconds left in the game on an 11-yard touchdown pass from James to Troy Sommer. After Enterprise stopped the two-point conversion try, the Panthers attempted an onside kick and were unsuccessful.
Chico High (6-3, 2-2 Eastern Athletic League) will play its final regular season game at 7:30 p.m. at home against Shasta on senior night.
Orland 55, Yreka 7: For the second straight week, the Orland used a dominant run game to roll to a win Friday. Orland racked up 413 yards rushing in Yreka.
Senior Brayden Schumann lead the way with 213 yards rushing on 15 carries and two touchdowns.
Fellow senior Andrew Rubio also scored twice, rushing for 48 yards on five carries in the win.
Jamie Albarran, Cody Baylor, Grant Foster and Michael Lister also scored touchdowns each for the Trojans.
Orland (7-2, 3-1 Northern Athletic League play) will close out regular season play at 7:30 p.m. Friday at home against Central Valley.
College men’s soccer
Cal State LA 3, Chico State 2: The Wildcats took a 2-1 lead in the second half, but couldn’t hold on to the lead, allowing two goals in the final 11 minutes. Kristoffer Brown scored his first goal of the year in the 38th minute to give the tie-up the game.
Cooper Renteria scored his second goal of the year on an assist from Adrian Fontanelli in the 65th minute.
Chico State (5-10, 4-5 California Collegiate Athletic Association) plays next at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at Cal Poly Pomona.
Butte 2, Lake Tahoe Community College 1: In a game that Butte coach Ross Sandberg said was an “extremely physical game,” the Roadrunners were able to make two first-half goals stand up.
Juan Monge scored on a penalty kick in the first half to give Butte the lead. Sander Trevor scored on an assist from Homan Esmailnejad to give Butte a 2-0 lead at the half.
Lake Tahoe scored in the 82nd minute to cut the lead in half.
Pleasant Valley alumnus Austin Matthews had five saves in a game that featured 25 fouls.
Butte (10-3-1, 5-1 Golden Valley Conference) plays next at 2 p.m. Tuesday at home against Contra Costa College.
College women’s soccer
Chico State 2, Cal State LA 0: Susanna Garcia scored her sixth goal of the season on a header in the 11th minute on Friday night to set the Wildcats on their way to the win. The goal came on an assist from Kylie Martinez. The Wildcats sealed the win in the 53rd minute on a goal from Camille Lidster. It was Lidster’s third goal of the year.
Emma Hoofman recorded seven saves to preserve the clean sheet for Chico State.
Chico State (9-2-4, 5-1-3 CCAA) plays next at 2 p.m. Sunday at Cal Poly Pomona.
Chico State 3, Cal State East Bay 0: Chico State (8-13, 4-9 CCAA) defeated East Bay 25-18, 26-24, 25-21 Friday at Acker Gym in Chico.
Makaela Keeve and Zoe DiNardo led the Wildcats with 11 kills each and Brooke Ono helped set up the offense with a team-high 37 assists. Keeve led Chico State in blocks with two, and Kennedy Greenwood led in digs with 10. Greenwood and Gretta Kirkby had two aces each.
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