Colusa and Pierce faced off with the Bears getting the upper hand of the score at 34-16. Both teams will face Willows, Colusa’s homecoming game on Oct. 4 and then Pierce on Oct. 11.
Maxwell was defeated by Etna by a very close 25-24. The Panthers will be playing Portola at an away game on Oct. 4.
Princeton returned from Greenville with a win of 26-20. After a week off, the Eagles will be looking to return from Burney with another win on Oct. 11
After a win in Live Oak Colusa, 3-0 on Sept. 24, the Lady RedHawks fell to the Bears 3-0 on Thursday. A game against Durham will take place on Oct. 3 at an away game.
Maxwell lost the good fight against Portola 3-2 at a home game on Sept. 24, then made up for it with a home win against Quincy, 3-1 on Thursday. The Panthers will square off against CORE Butte in a Chico game on Thursday.
The Lady Bears’ played in the Carmichael Invitational Tournament on Saturday and will be taking that energy to Winters on Thursday at an away game.
Princeton suffered two home losses, Loyalton on Oct. 24, 3-1 and American Christian Academy on Thursday with a score of 3-0. The Lady Eagles will make their way to Elk Creek for a rivalry match on Oct. 3.
The Ladyjackets had the sting of a loss to Hamilton on Thursday, 3-1. On Monday, Williams will have another chance at a win against East Nicholas.
Colusa had a home game on Sept. 24 and were defeated by Live Oak, 9-0. The next match will be against Gridley on Oct. 8, at an away match.
Track and Field
A meet on Sept. 25 had Jacob Arce from Colusa come in first, running three miles with a time of 19:25.04 and Ari Sanchez finished second for the Lady Bears with a time of 25:39.66. The next meet for Williams, Pierce, and Colusa will take place on Oct. 2 at the Arbuckle Golf Course.
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