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Football: Schedule 2015

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Week Day Date Opponent Time Location Results
1 Sat. Sep. 5 City College of San Francisco 1pm Ostrom Stadium, Sierra  
2 Sat. Sep. 12 Fresno City College 5pm Ratliff Stadium,
3 Sat. Sep. 19 Laney College 1pm Ostrom Stadium, Sierra  
4 Sat. Sep. 26 Foothill College 7pm Foothill Stadium,
Los Altos Hills
5 Sat. Oct. 3 Diablo Valley College 1pm Ostrom Stadium, Sierra  
6 Sat. Oct. 10 Bye Week - -
7 Sat. Oct. 17 Sacramento City College* 6pm Hughes Stadium,
8 Sat. Oct. 24 Butte College* 1pm Ostrom Stadium, Sierra  
9 Sat. Oct. 31 American River College* 6pm Beaver Stadium,
10 Sat. Nov. 7 College of the Siskiyous* 1pm Ostrom Stadium, Sierra  
11 Sat. Nov. 14 Feather River College* 1pm Golden Eagles Stadium,
12 Sat. Nov. 21 NCFA Semifinals/Bowl Game TBA TBA  
13 Sat. Nov. 28 NCFA Championship Game TBA TBA  
14-15 Sat. Dec. 12 State Championship Game TBA NCFA Home Stadium  

*NorCal Conference games.

Ben Noonan, Head Coach
Ed Eaton, Defensive Coordinator
Jim Gray, Running Backs
Daniel Diaz-Romero, Wide Receivers
Jeff Remington, Offensive Line
Ted Popson, Defensive Line Coach
Michael Grant, Defensive Back Coach
Jamaal Bess, Defensive Back Coach

Map of football field and parking

Sierra College is in a new conference.

(Excerpted from a Modesto Bee article by Ron Agostini)

The Northern California Football Competition Committee voted unanimously in February 2014 to create three elite “Division 1” conferences, a two-year program. The first-ever bracket, effective this fall, will be filled by the three conference champions along with one at-large team to be determined by power ratings. The eventual winner will be the Northern California champion who will meet the SoCal winner for the state title.

In the past, the NorCal finalists were determined by the champions of the Valley and the NorCal. The bracket concept brings the North more in line with the South and, of course, enhances the competition. The new formula scraps the former three-tiered system and switches six conferences to five. New league and division titles also have been installed – the former “Tier 1” now is called the National Division and “Tier 2” is the “American Division.” Only two bowl games will be available for the American Division teams, which will not be eligible for the state title chase. Equity in scheduling will be enhanced by mandating that National teams meet National opponents for all but one non-league game. The biennial realignment kicked in with Chabot and Laney joining the Valley Conference and American River and Sierra switching to the NorCal.

National Division

  • Valley: Modesto, Chabot, Fresno, Laney, Delta, Sequoias
  • NorCal: American River, Butte, Feather River, Sacramento, Sierra, Siskiyous
  • Bay 6: San Francisco, De Anza, Diablo Valley, Foothill, San Mateo, Santa Rosa

American Division

  • Golden Coast: Merced, Cabrillo, Gavilan, Monterey Peninsula, Hartnell, Reedley, West Hills
  • Pacific 7: Contra Costa, Los Medanos, Mendocino, Redwoods, San Jose, Shasta, Yuba

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