Colusa 9, Winters 5
Power was never the strong suit of the Colusa High baseball team throughout the season, but the RedHawks mashed four extra base hits deep into the left-field gap and won the second Northern Section championship in school history.
The top-seeded RedHawks responded to
Ashley Azevedo drove in two runs with a first inning triple and the Maxwell High softball team beat Fall River 5-1 to advance to their fourth consecutive Northern Section Division VI championship game.
The No. 2 Panthers (20-6) did not know until late Friday who they would face in today’s championship. Rain in Westwood postponed th
Kyle Cervantes and Estevan Frias broke open a tie game in the bottom of the fifth inning with RBI singles and the Colusa High baseball team earned a berth into the Northern Section Division III championship game with an 8-3 victory against visiting Pierce.
The No. 1 RedHawks (25-5, Mid-Valley champions) entered the game motivated to prov
To be honest, I’m not away training for a new career, I’m just on vacation.
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On Wednesday, it was reported that professional boxer Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. will be the highest-earning
The Maxwell High baseball team entered its game against Dunsmuir with a mindset of beating the best team in the Division V playoffs, and the result was a 7-0 victory and a berth in the Northern Section championship game.
No. 2 Maxwell (21-6) plays at 10 a.m. today against No. 1 Chester at Butte College. The Volcanoes won 8-6 in the
A five-run first-inning deficit was too much to overcome for the Colusa High softball team in its 7-4 loss Tuesday against Lassen High during the first round of the Northern Section Division IV playoffs in Susanville.
The No. 6 RedHawks (27-6, MVL champions) clawed back into the game, but couldn’t pull off the upset against the No.
For the first time all season, the Princeton High baseball team played a close game with something on the line but the Eagles lost 5-4 to defending Division VI champion American Christian Academy during the first round of the Northern Section playoffs Tuesday in Anderson.
Salvador Gutierrez hit a three-run double in the top of the sevent
Effective with the 2013-14 season, forfeits in high school wrestling will no longer count toward a wrestler’s daily match limit.
Currently, wrestlers are limited by rule to five matches in one day.
This change was made by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Wrestling Rules Committee at its recen
Tony Richards won the sprint car main event ahead of Dave Emery Saturday at the Orland Speedbowl, and took control of the season points lead.
Richards has 35 points, while Emery is tied for second with Kenny Webber, who finished third on Saturday.
Rick Shires won the hobby stock main event ahead of points leader Garrett Agnew and
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BASEBALLColusa 8, Pierce 3
In Colusa - Kyle Cervantes and Estevan Frias broke open a tie game in the bottom of the fifth inning with RBI singles and the Colusa High baseball team earned a berth in the Northern Section Division III championship game with an 8-3 victory against Pierce on Tuesday.
Oscar Sanchez hit a go-ahead two-run home run in the top of the sixth inning and the Pierce High baseball team overcame a four-run deficit to beat Willows 10-8 in the first round of the Northern Section Division III playoffs on Friday.
No. 5 Pierce (14-9, 9-3 Sacramento Valley League) advanced to the second round Tuesday against No. 1 Co
Three Maxwell High pitchers combined to throw a no-hitter as the Panthers blanked Tulelake 16-0 in five innings Friday during the first round of the Northern Section Division V playoffs.
The No. 2 Panthers (20-6, Mid-Valley League runner-up) had no trouble with the No. 7 Honkers (2-21-1) scoring six runs in the second and eight in the fo
Ross Cervantes pitched a five-inning two-hitter and the No. 1 Colusa High baseball team opened the Northern Section Division III playoffs Friday with a 14-4 home victory against No. 8 Trinity.
The RedHawks (24-5, Mid-Valley League champions) fell behind 4-2 in the third inning but retook the lead in the fourth and slammed the door on the
The season may be over for some, but for a select group of District 1 rodeo competitors there's at least one more ride, as they have qualified for the State Finals Rodeo being held June 10-14 in Bishop.
Chelsey Bushnell (Red Bluff) — the District 1 All-Around Cowgirl with 777.5 points — finished first in breakaway roping (136
Four different Colusa High athletes came home with Mid-Valley League titles and the RedHawks' varsity boys team placed third at the track and field championships Friday at University Prep in Redding.
Ryan Abele won the 100-meters in 11.25 seconds, beating out teammate Andrew Rodriguez (11.65) for the title. Rodriguez claimed the top spot
Wilson, Zhao face the best at Sections
The top-ranked doubles team in the section beat Colusa High's Jordan Wilson and Jack Zhao 6-0, 6-0 Saturday during the Northern Section Individual Boys Tennis Championships at Las Plumas High in Oroville.
Wilson and Zhao faced Chico High's Matt Weeber and Marcus
Disc golf tourney set
The fourth annual Banging Chains for Charity disc golf tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday to benefit the Glenn Medical Foundation. The event will be held at the 18-hole disc golf facility at Black Butte Lake. It is put in by the Orland ACES Disc Golf Club in conjunction with the US Army Corps of Engi
Macey Cox was the starting libero on the Pierce High volleyball team, led the Bears girls basketball team in scoring and holds the school record in the triple jump, but her true athletic calling is in the rodeo arena.
She began competing when she was 7 years old, and in eighth grade she qualified for Nationals in New Mexico in the goat-t
Three Colusa County fighters are entering the final week of preparation before entering the cage for their Gladiator Challenge fights May 18 at Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln.
Clinton Fouse (5-1) is set to defend his 145-pound featherweight title for the first time against Ryan Burton (5-4). Fouse won the title on Nov. 24 with a
Macey Cox won the varsity girls long jump and triple jump and Andres Mendez won the varsity boys 300-hurdles Tuesday for Pierce High in the Sacramento Valley League championships at Mt. Shasta.
As a team, the Bears took fourth place in the varsity boys division and fifth place in the varsity girls division. Mt. Shasta High won both the v
A season of dust and dirt, bumps and bruises, and also some fierce competition came to a close for a number of high school riders and ropers over the weekend.
The final rodeo of the California High School Rodeo Association (CHSRA) District 1 season was held May 3-4 in Etna, with cowboys and cowgirls from the tri-county area excelling in
The following questions were asked on the state Department of Fish & Wildlife website:
Question: My neighbor, who lives a few houses down from me, has a 15-year-old son who shoots his BB gun in his backyard. I used to shoot my bow in my backyard until my dad found out it's illegal. I am 13 and live in the mountains of Southern
Horror of horrors, there was a questionable call made Thursday during a major league baseball game.
In the Houston Astros game versus the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, a Houston pitching change was allowed despite the first pitcher called in from the bullpen not throwing a pitch to a single batter.
This happened just one night a
J. DeForest Jr. of Wheatland won the All-Around Cowboy title Sunday at the Stonyford Rodeo and hundreds of spectators braved the wind to watch competitors from as far away as Hilo, Hawaii, and Canada perform.
DeForest placed second in the tie-down roping competition with a time of 9.7 seconds, just slower than Jared Ferguson of Cottonwoo