South Fork Fell to Clear Lake Last Weekend

South fork cubsSouth Fork High School’s varsity football team fell 35-0 to Clear Lake on the road Friday, September 2.

Juniors Gabe Malley and Ryder Pfau combined for 34 of South Fork’s 46 total yards of offense, with Malley catching one pass for 4 yards and rushing for 19 yards on four carries, while Pfau had 2 receptions for 15 yards. Sophomore quarterback CJ Van Meter was 3 for 4 for 19 total yards passing.

Cub special teams had three strong kick returns. Malley had a 23 yard run, senior Ipo Savoie had a 24 yard run, and Pfau had a 52 yard kick return.

On defense junior Scott Coffelt was in on a total of 9 tackles, Savoie and Pfau had 6 apiece, and Malley, Van Meter and junior Aaron Etherton had five each. Etherton also had South Fork’s only sack of the game.

Clear Lake scored all of its points in the first half, with 2 touchdowns in the first quarter and 3 in the second.

With just 16 on the roster, the Cubs will be a fit and cohesive squad if they can stay healthy. Tonight they hosted their home opener against McKinleyville with the kick-off at 7 p.m. in Miranda.

South Fork does not have a JV team this season.

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  • sorry for the loss—–thanks for posting our high school sports info !!

  • They needed that win!!sorry for south forks loss.that whole area needs help any way they can get it.God bless them all.sent donation,was small but it was something.i hope everyone can donate to red cross or any of the fire relief!!

  • These players are amazing. They are the leaders of our youth. That statement applies to all the athletes at south Fork high. The girls soccer team is really good, South Fork has the best band in the county, and the cheerleaders are exiting, most well coached, dedicated, and talented as they come. The students who wish to not participate are missing out on the opportunity to create friendships that will last a life time. They miss out on the lessons that are learned when teamates compete together. The results of the scores mean very little in the big picture. These players will compete and not quit. The results will be better as players become healthy. Fan participation is very much appreciated. go cubs!

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