Dragons at Petaluma for key grid game tonight
Sonoma runners in SCL finals Saturday at Spring Lake
Junior tight end Keenan Tuohy picks up yardage after making a pass reception during the Dragons’ SCL loss to Casa Grande last Friday night at Arnold Field.
With two games remaining in the regular season, Sonoma Valley High School’s varsity football boys need at least one more win to qualify for the postseason, which enhances the importance of tonight’s Sonoma County League 7 p.m. showdown at longtime rival Petaluma’s Durst Field.
The Dragons – who end the regular season by hosting league foe Analy next Friday evening, Nov. 11 – are 4-4 overall, including a 1-3 mark in the tough SCL, with a team needing to have a winning or even record to qualify for the North Coast Section playoffs.
Sonoma’s second-place cross country boys’ and girls teams’ will run in the SCL championship meets tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 5, on the Spring Lake course in Santa Rosa.