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GBU Mountain News
November 6, 2013 XXXI
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extra point kick, they lead 27-26, with just over four
minutes remaining. The Falcons mounted a desperate
scoring drive culminated by a 5 yard touchdown run by
Riley Daniels, and Matt Regan ran for the two-point
conversion giving the Falcons a 34-27 lead with a minute
and a half remaining.
The Roadrunners stunned the home team when they ran
the ensuing kickoff back 90 yards for a TD, making the
score 34-33. After the play was over, the Roadrunners
committed a personal foul penalty, moving the ball to the
17 yard line for the extra point attempt. The Roadrunner
kicker pulled the kick to the left of the uprights, and the
Falcons held on for a thrilling 34-33 win.
Riley Daniels finished with 137 yards on 22 caries. Matt
Regan added 119 on 20 carries, and Daniel Andrade
rushed for 57 yards on 8 carries. Thomas Nierhoff was 55 passing for 46 yards, and added 23 yards on the
ground. Zack Reece had 7 total tackles. Weston Wells
and Patrick Nierhoff had 5 tackles each.
The Falcons are now 5-4 on the season and will finish the
regular season on Thursday, November 7th at Cal City,
before beginning the playoffs.

for November 1: Back Row, left to right: Ariana
Mendiola, Gracie Lopez, Kimberly Landin-Vidri;
Front Row, left to right: Gavin Edgar, David Lewis

Last League Volleyball Games before Playoffs
Info provided by Vickie Mullen
On Thursday, November 7 our last league volleyball
games before playoffs takes place at the high school. It
is also Senior Night wherein before the game they
present the seniors and their parents in a little ceremony,
and then start the game. The "ceremony" starts around
5:00 pm.

Frazier Park School
Frazier’s Finest
Info & Photos provided by Michelle Penner
Frazier's Finests are chosen every week by their teacher.
It could be for academic excellence, improved behavior,
strong character, or accomplishing a specific goal. It has
been a tradition here at our school ever since I've been
here - the choice of the student is up to the teacher's
discretion.
for October 25: Divina Vela, Madeline Faulkner, Kassity
Smith, Arthur Gillam

“Bullying is Unacceptable”
Scott Robinson, Firefighter/Paramedic &
President of the El Tejon Unified School District Board

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