Ukiah High Varsity Footballs Wins League for the First Time in 38 Years


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Last Friday, October 27, 2023, the Ukiah High Wildcats Varsity Football team celebrated Senior Night and also won first place in the North Bay League. Though they have come close in the past, this year their new coach Paul Cronin led them to an amazing league win for the first time since 1985. 

They ended their football season with 7 wins, 3 losses, and overall undefeated in the league. 

On November 5, they will find out their next opponent, which will most likely be a home game unless they play against someone in a higher rank. 

In the first half, The Wildcat’s defense held Piner causing them to rack up less than 100 yards while on offense.

The final score of the night was 48-28 with Ukiah dominating. 

Overall we would like to congratulate the Ukiah High Wildcats Varsity team on their win and wish them good luck at playoffs.

Briana Goodson
Briana Goodson
Briana Goodson is a freshman and a journalist at Ukiah High School. In her free time, Briana enjoys reading books and writing. She also enjoys cheerleading and has done it for many years. She joined the journalism class because she wants to write about things that will keep her peers updated. She was born in Ukiah California which makes writing things about her community hit close to home. Briana thinks of herself as hardworking but still knows how to show her goofy side. Not only is this Briana’s first year writing for the journalism team at Ukiah High she looks forward to writing for journalism in later years.

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