In Colusa, the RedHawks collided against Winters on Oct. 18 for a close game but a defeat nonetheless, 19-14. On Oct. 25, they travel to Esparto to square off against the Spartans.
On Friday, Maxwell came back victorious 54-14 against the Weed Cougars. The next game will be the Panther’s homecoming game where the Bulldogs from Los Molinos come to fight like cats and dogs.
Pierce dominated the Spartans from Esparto at their homecoming game on Oct. 18. The Bears will have an away game on Friday against the Winters Warriors.
A disappointing loss against Chester left Princeton down 46-6 in Friday’s Alumni game. Coming up on Oct 24, the Eagles have their homecoming game against Herlong’s Vikings.
Friday’s homecoming game for Williams was a devastating loss against University Prep, 57-32. Yellowjackets will try to pull out of the skid in Weaverville as they go up against the Trinity wolves on Friday.
The last rivalry game between Colusa and Pierce on Oct. 22 was a victory for the Lady RedHawks on the Bear’s turf, 3-0. Colusa will have their last game Thursday away in Winters. Meanwhile the Lady Bears will be in Live Oak.
Maxwell ran out of steam in the fourth set against Quincy on Oct. 15, loosing 3-2. but the Lady Panthers brought it back in Esparto, winning 3-1 on Thursday. Their final game on Thursday will be against Biggs when the Wolverines come to Maxwell to settle the score.
No sooner than Princeton celebrated their win against Downieville, 3-0 on Oct. 14, the Lady Eagles were unable to repeat the win against American Christian Academy on Oct. 15, losing 3-0. On Thursday, they will have a chance at revenge against Paradise Adventist Academy at their last home game.
The Lady Yellowjackets have been unable to find their magic, losing to East Nicolaus on Oct. 15, 3-0. The last game will be at home on Thursday against Durham.
Varsity teams for Colusa, Pierce, and Williams ran along the Sacramento River in Colusa on Oct. 16. Varsity girls claimed first across the ribbon by Ari Sanchez from Pierce at 21:37, varsity boys from the county took third place thanks to Jacob Arce from Colusa with a time of 18:01. The JV boys took second with Cody Koregelos from Colusa running in at 14:09 and the first from Colusa County of JV girls to finish was Lissandra Fuerte from Colusa coming in at 17:34. The next cross country meet will be on Oct. 23 again at the Colusa at the Sacramento River State Recreation Area where high schools from Colusa, Pierce, and Williams will hit the ground running.
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