Quincy – The Feather River College football team won its twentieth consecutive game, dating back to last season, against College of the Redwoods on Saturday by a 82-34 score. The 82 points scored by the Golden Eagles is a single game scoring record. The win improved the Golden Eagles to 10-0 on the season and their second undefeated regular season in as many years.
The ground attack of Tanner Hall, Taylor and Malik Dotson produced 377 yards on 42 attempts and seven touchdowns. Hall rushed for 145 yards on 15 attempts and one touchdown, Taylor rushed for 117 yards on 12 attempts and two touchdown and Dotson rushed for 115 yards on 15 attempts and four touchdowns.
As a team, the Golden Eagles lead the state in rushing yards (3,573), rushing yards per game (397) and rushing touchdowns (49). Hall ranks second in yards per game at 119.3 and Dotson leads the state in rushing touchdowns with 19.
Defensively, the Golden Eagles were lead by Braden Robinson who recorded 7 tackles. As a team the Golden Eagles are ranked 8th in Points Per Game allowed (16), 10th in Yards Per Game (274.3) and 3rd in Rushing Yards Per Game (68.6).
Up next for the Golden Eagles is Northern California Football Conference American Championship Bowl Game. The Golden Eagles will take on Merced College (8-2) at 1pm in Quincy.