BC Football suffers loss during Homecoming celebration


Running back Antonio Robinson evades defenders during Homecoming game on Oct. 16.

Justin White, Reporter

BC football lost their Homecoming game against College of the Canyons on Saturday, dropping the game 35-21. With the loss, the Renegades dropped to 4-2 on the season.

The game was close after the first quarter, but quickly got out of hand as Canyons scored three touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 28-7 lead into halftime. BC scored a touchdown in the third quarter to bring it within two scores, but Canyons would score another touchdown in the fourth quarter to push the deficit back to 21. BC would score another touchdown themselves in the fourth, but at that point it was too little too late, as BC suffered their second loss of the season.

Quarterback Dexter Frampton had a season high of pass completions, attempts, and yards, completing 30/45 passes for 311 yards, while also throwing 3 TDs and 3 interceptions. Running back Antonio Robinson rushed for 52 yards on 14 carries, while receiver Isaac Jernagin led the team in receiving yards with 91, also catching 2 touchdowns. Defensive back Jaydn Harris-Ervin intercepted a pass, while linebacker Brock Mather led the team in tackles in the game with 8.

On Oct. 23 the Renegades will head down to Ventura College to take on the Pirates at 6 p.m.

BC football returns to the field after halftime on Oct. 16.
Wide receiver Isaac Jernagin celebrates with his teammates after a touchdown on Oct. 16.