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Sports Recap (01/29/2020)

Basketball

The RedHawk boys had a close 74-72 win on Jan. 21 when the Live Oak Lions came to Colusa. On Friday, the RedHawks will be in Live Oak to take on the Lions once again. 

The Lady RedHawks went up against the Lions in Live Oak on Jan. 21 and snatched a win 30-28. The girls earned a home 39-25 win against the East Nicolaus Spartans on Jan. 22. On Friday, the Lions will come to Colusa for a rematch. 

The Maxwell Panthers boys set the Mercy Warriors packing 67-42 back to Red Bluff on Jan. 21. The boys were not able to double down on that win when the Wolverines took their 68-42 win home to Biggs on Jan. 22. On Friday, the Esparto Spartans visited Maxwell but left without a win; the Panthers scored 60-48 for a home victory. Tonight, the Panthers will be in Chico to take on the CORE Butte Lynx.

The Lady Panthers were delivered an agonizing 58-26 loss against the Mercy Warriors from Red Bluff on Jan. 21. Then on Jan. 22, the Wolverines came to Maxwell and returned to Biggs with a 47-28 win. When the Esparto Spartans visited Maxwell on Friday, the Panthers sent them packing with a 41-39 loss. The girls will be in Chico tonight for a game against the CORE Butte Lynx. 

The Pierce Bears boys enjoyed successes on their home court when the Honkers came from Willows on Jan. 22. The Bears won 67-39. On Friday, the homecoming game won against the Warriors from Winters ended with a score of 58-27. 

The Lady Bears took a loss against Willows on Jan. 21, 73-52. But on Friday, the girls turned around their fortune with a victory against the Winters Warriors, 64-20. The girls will need to defend that win on Thursday when the Honkers come down from Willows. 

The Princeton Eagles boys faced the Paradise Adventist Academy Cougars at Chico Oaks Adventist School and won 62-41 on Jan. 21. A trip to Downieville on Jan. 22 resulted in a win against the Warriors, 51-37. In Redding, the boys will be playing against the American Christian Academy Eagles from Anderson on Thursday. 

The Lady Eagles received a 1-0 forfeit on Jan. 21 from the Cougars at Oaks Adventist School. The girls were able to show their ability with a very well earned 30-17 win in Downieville Warriors. On Thursday in Redding, the Princeton girls will play against the American Christian Academy Eagles from Anderson. 

The Yellowjacket boys from Williams felt the sting in Durham on Jan. 22 when they went up against the Trojans, loosing 71-41. They were able to apply themselves to the East Nicolaus Spartans on Friday at an away game for the win, 50-45. On Friday, the boys will be playing against the Hamilton Braves in Williams. 

The Lady Jackets fell on Jan. 21 to the Trojans 38-7 when in Durham. On Friday, the Hamilton Braves will be visiting for a match. 

Soccer

The Colusa RedHawks Boys were successful on Jan. 21 when the Braves from Hamilton came, taking a 4-2 victory. On Thursday, the RedHawks beat the Winters Warriors during a home game 1-0. The boys will be in Live Oak to take on the Lions tonight. 

The Lady RedHawks shined on their home turf on Jan. 21 with 11-2 against the Hamilton Braves. On Thursday, the girls were not able to recreate the strong win when the Winters Warriors swept the scoreboard 5-0. Tonight, they will be in Live Oak to take on the Lions. 

The Pierce Bears boys had a great home game against Live Oak Lions with a 4-1 win on Jan. 21. In Esparto, the Spartans took the 1-0 victory. A local rivalry game will be played in Colusa on Friday when the Bears go against the RedHawks. 

The Lady Bears had a rough week with a home defeat by the Live Oak Lions 11-0. On Thursday, the Spartans bested Pierce 4-1 in Esparto. The girls will be on Colusa’s turf for Friday’s match. 

The Williams Yellowjackets boys fell to the Spartans 2-1 at a game in Esparto on Jan. 21. The Braves from Hamilton were not able to get the win in Williams on Thursday with a 3-3 tie. The Yellowjackets also sent the Honkers back to Willows without a win on Friday, 5-2. The Yellowjackets will have to maintain that win when they go to Willows tonight. 

The Lady Jackets struggled this week with a 2-0 loss against the Spartans on Jan. 21 in Esparto. On Thursday, the Braves took home a 2-1 win back to Hamilton. The Williams girls will have a chance for redemption in Willows tonight against the Honkers. 

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