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Krivashei’s Record-Breaking Afternoon Highlights HSU Football’s 47-7 Win

Krivashei’s Record-Breaking Afternoon Highlights HSU Football’s 47-7 Win

Andrew R Goetz HSU Athletics BURNABY, B.C. – Chase Krivashei’s record-breaking performance was the highlight of Humboldt State’s landslide 47-7 victory over Simon Fraser Saturday at Terry Fox Field. The wide receiver from Corona, Calif., caught seven passes for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Krivashei’s catches helped him surpass HSU Hall of

Former HSU offensive lineman Dillon Reagan passes away

Humboldt State University ARCATA – Former Humboldt State offensive lineman Dillon Reagan passed away Wednesday. The Issaquah, Wash., native was a two-year starter for the Lumberjacks (2012 and 2013) and twice earned All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference honors. He served as a team captain for the 2013 season. Reagan was a national finalist for the Uplifting

Humboldt State Football Defeats Western Oregon on National Television

HSU Sports MONMOUTH, Ore. – Humboldt State football held off a fourth-quarter rally by Western Oregon and captured a 42-37 victory at McArthur Field Saturday afternoon. The Lumberjacks improved to 4-4 overall and 2-4 against Great Northwest Athletic Conference opponents. The win was HSU’s first conference victory since defeating Simon Fraser on Sept. 17. Western

No. 25 HSU Football Rolls to Road Win Over Clan

HSU Sports  BURNABY, B.C. – No. 25 Humboldt State jumped out to a 35-0 lead and never looked back as it defeated Simon Fraser 56-24 Saturday in Swangard Stadium. “Give credit to our players for not looking at records or anything else,” said HSU head coach Rob Smith. “They dealt with the long trip, and

Turnovers prove costly as Cougars top Jacks

HSU Sports  ARCATA – A 63-yard pick six by Taliuaki Suliafu with 1:19 left to play sealed No. 13 Humboldt State football’s 38-27 loss to No. 24-ranked Azusa Pacific in front of a sell-out crowd Saturday night in Redwood Bowl. The lead changed hands six times in the home opener as the Lumberjacks slipped to

A tough night of football; Panthers claw Tigers

John Ross Ferrara Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – McKinleyville High School is one win away from reaching the postseason after they trumped the Arcata High School Tigers 51-6 Friday night. Panthers Head Coach Sean Curry said his team has played at an inconsistent level and will need to practice hard over the bye week if

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