Truckee football teams a big hit at home
October 1, 2005
In a seesaw battle highlighted by big plays, the Truckee High varsity football team pulled out a 35-32 comeback victory against non-league opponent Live Oak in the final minute of regulation Saturday in Truckee.
Leading the Wolverines offensively were senior wingback Ben Tonon, who scored two touchdowns, and senior split end Brandon Peterson, who scored three times, including the game-winning catch in the end zone with about 30 seconds on the clock.
Truckee is now 1-1 in league and 2-2 overall. Catch full game coverage in the Wednesday Sierra Sun.
The Truckee High junior varsity football team beat Live Oak 28-21 Saturday in Truckee. More on the game Wednesday in the Sierra Sun.
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