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Rams’ streak snapped, lose QB for season

Staff Report

The St. Louis Rams were rolling with two-straight wins before running into problems in North Carolina.

Ex-Greenwave and Wolf Pack star Harvey Dahl and the Rams lost to the Carolina Panthers, 30-15, on Sunday but the bigger blow came in the fourth quarter with quarterback Sam Bradford. The Oklahoma quarterback left with an ACL injury and will miss the rest of the season after he was pushed out of bounds late in the game.

Bradford, who finished 21 of 30 for 255 yards with one touchdown and one interception, also missed the 2011 season with an injury. Bradford’s first pass on Sunday was returned for a touchdown as St. Louis struggled on the road after beating Houston last week.

The running game stalled against Carolina as the Rams tallied 63 yards. But it got worse with St. Louis being flagged for five personal fouls, including an ejection.

St. Louis (3-4) hosts first-place Seattle at the Edward Jones Dome for a key Monday Night Football matchup. The Seahawks (6-1) are off to their best start in franchise history after defeating Arizona on Thursday.

Fallon SYFL teams struggle with Lassen, Reno

Only one undefeated Greenwave team remains in the Sierra Youth Football League.

Fallon’s Renegades team kept its unblemished record alive after beating Lassen, 25-6, to improve to 6-0 and stay tied with Damonte Ranch for first. The Junior Varsity team, though, lost its first game of the season as Lassen escaped with a 14-12 win. Fallon dropped to 5-1.

Fallon defeated Reno, 27-0, in the Freshman division to improve to 3-3 while the Greenwave lost to Lassen, 27-18, in the Bandits division to fall to 2-4 on the year as Lassen and Reed lead the standings with perfect 6-0 records.

Fallon lost to Lassen, 32-20, in the Varsity group to drop to 3-3 while Fallon’s Collegiate team lost to Reno, 44-8, and sits with a 3-3 record as well.

The Mavericks were on a bye and have a 4-2 record.

Two weeks remain before playoffs begin next month.

Fallon will be on the road this weekend with the Freshman and Collegiate teams traveling the Dayton and the Bandits, Renegades, JV and Varsity playing at Bishop Manogue.

The final week’s games on Nov. 2 will be played in Fallon.