In a hard fought battle, which featured several exciting plays and few hard hits, the Cops and Robbers battled to a 6-6 tie in the annual homecoming powder puff game . Sarah Rowland of the Robbers got her team on the board first with a 5-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to make the score 6-0.
The Cops mounted a late rally with 56 seconds left, as Raquel Quirarte’s 30 yard run set up Jasmine Burke’S 15-yard game tying TD run. Quirarte and Rowland were named co-MVPs. To read more on the game check out the story in the Auburn Journal below!
Cops and Robbers battle to tie in annual homecoming powder puff game
Following nine months of hard work and preparation, the Hillmen will put all their offseason work to the test when they begin the 2014 against old time rival Nevada Union, in the season opener Friday at Lefebvre Stadium. The matchup will be the first between the schools since 1995. Kickoff is set for 7:30. Click on the link below to read the game preview in Friday’s Auburn Journal. (Photo courtesy of Auburn Journal)
Head Coach Joey Montoya announced the members of the 2014 Placer Hillmen senior leadership cabinet on Monday August 11th:
2 Zack Madrigal WR/DB
5 Austin Hess RB/DB
6 Cole Blackwell RB/LB
8 Tyler Gums TE/DE
12 Clark Pietromonaco QB/S
22 Logan Markstein RB/LB
41 Ryan Gray RB/LB
73 Johnny Capra OT/DT
These young men were elected by the coaches as voice for the players. They provide feedback to the coaches about how the players are doing. They mentor younger players and strive to be positive role models.