A heartbreaking defeat to the CSM Bulldogs ended the Rams football team’s perfect season, losing 44-17 in a one-sided affair.
The City College Rams came out on top during their bout with Butte College at George Rush stadium on Saturday, September 16. After being down 2 points going into the second half, the Rams persevered for a final scoreline of 27-15, continuing their unbeaten run.
The Cubs fought with spirit but were no match for the Rams, who seemed to be playing in a different league.
Quarterback Teddy Booras and wide receiver Jake Calcagno shared Collins’ take on the scrimmage and the upcoming season. “Yeah, I thought it went well,” Calcagno said, and Booras added, “I’m looking forward to our first game against Santa Rosa.”
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After putting up 443 yards of total offense last week, CCSF could only manage a total of 143 in today’s 20-31 loss to the Eagles.
Donation from UA Local 38 will help fund City College athletics for years to come.
The Rams’ next game will be at San Joaquin Delta on Oct. 15, 1 p.m., giving the side ample time to prepare for what will now be an uphill battle in the conference championship.
Ripping victory from the Tigers’ teeth, defensive back D’Andre Greeley downed himself on the 15. The Rams ran out the clock and took home the state championship for the first time since 2015.
Two-time All-American quarterback for the Rams Nick Rolovich was relieved of his duties amid a winning season with the Cougars
“I don’t see deafness as a block to what I can do as an athlete – I was given talent by God and I’ve had that as a gift, so I’m ready to put it all into football.”
For college football families and football enthusiasts alike, there is a great reason to be optimistic, and Kahaulelio and the Rams are a premier example of this.