PARADISE, Calif. -- Well I'm thankful that I had the opportunity to come back and coach this year and get to know these guys, and the success that we've had," said Paradise High's head football coach Rick Prinz. "I'm also thankful that all of my family made it out of the [Camp] Fire, I remind myself of that everyday."
I'm thankful for my whole team to be here," said senior Brenden Moon. "Just everyone to power through this whole season through the struggles that we've been through. Thats what I'm thankful for. I'm just thankful to have my family here with me."
"I'm thankful to just to be able to be here at the stadium. It's so pretty with the snow and I actually haven't seen it snow at the high school in five or six years at least," said senior Lukas Hartley. "I'm just so thankful to be here with my teammates and playing for a team that I want to play for and for a community that I want to be in."
"I'm thaknful to have all my family still around, my brothers," said senior Elijah Gould. "I'm thankful to have one more game, especially because Friday, last week I was sitting there worried throughout the whole week not knowing if I was going to get another one, but I get another one, so im grateful."
The Bobcats section championship game is slated for Saturday at 7 p.m. at River Valley High against No. 2 seed Sutter High.