Hidden Valley quarterback Sam Vidlak celebrates after the final seconds ticked off the clock on Friday. The Mustangs beat North Valley for the first time since 2010, winning 29-28 in Murphy.
By Ben Maki of the Daily Courier
MURPHY — Seven years is a long time.
For the last seven years, the North Valley High football team claimed a superiority to Hidden Valley.
The Knights can no longer say that.
Needing to kill the final 4:10 of the game and nursing a one-point lead, the Mustangs turned to backup running back Tanner Noble, who churned out yards and ate clock at the same time to help Hidden Valley seal a 29-28 nonleague victory over North Valley on Friday.
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