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Cardinal Newman’s stirring tale of recovery and resilience lives another week, by the slimmest of margins.
Barely more than six weeks after the Tubbs Fire destroyed much of their campus — and the homes of five varsity football players — the Cardinals teetered on the brink of elimination Friday night.
It took time for the team to regain its bearings, but the Cardinals coasted past Kennedy-Fremont in the first round and Encinal-Alameda in the quarterfinals. “For the school as a whole, football is one of the few rallying points,” Rutherford said.
“People can come and feel like they’re part of something, because we don’t really have that ability right now to bring everybody to one site. “For a lot of people this is entertainment that just feels better.
He longed to be able to walk down a street without being recognised and once thought he'd found a solution by growing a beard.
'So what happened: a couple of kids saw me and said: "Jesus! "' In public he was always in danger of being mobbed, and when he took his children to Disneyland they had to leave by the rear exit.
But quarterback Beau Barrington connected with wide receiver Kyle Carinalli on a 42-yard touchdown with left to give the Cardinals a riveting 29-28 victory over rival Rancho Cotate-Rohnert Park and send them into next week’s North Coast Section Division 3 championship game.
As he described it: 'Some lady staggers across the sidewalk and says: "I wanna see your baby blues." There's nothing that makes you feel more like a piece of meat.
Principal Graham Rutherford hopes to reopen the campus in early January, launching the spring semester with 22 portable classrooms to replace those lost in the fire.
In the meantime, fall-semester classes proceed with students separated by grade level at four parishes in the area (one in Windsor, one in West Santa Rosa, one in Rohnert Park and one in Cotati).
In our third exclusive extract, we discover how Newman felt personally responsible for the troubled youth's tragic drink and drugs death...
Paul Newman, though a Hollywood megastar for 50 years, never thought much of fame.