As Week Four came into focus, COVID-19 reared its ugly head again for some of the area teams, which does not help as league play is just two weeks away. With coaches making a mad dash to get games in during the preseason, the scoreboard is becoming irrelevant in most of the lopsided contests out there. “Right now, it’s just about getting reps in and staying healthy,” Paloma Valley Athletic Director Ryan Sharp said. The Wildcats fell on the losing end of a lopsided score this past week when they traveled to Great Oak to take on the Wolfpack and lost 35-6. Coming off an injury, Ryder Chapin (44) helped keep the Wildcats’ offense at bay along with Great Oak’s aggressive defense. Valley News/Rob Davis Photography[/
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