Colusa had a little extra time in practice with no game on Friday. The RedHawks will get to put the practice into play on Friday against Live Oak at a home game.
Maxwell also had extra time to focus on an upcoming home game against Quincy.
Victory was snatched from Pierce on Friday’s game against Live Oak, 14-13. Moving forward, an away game against Durham looms in the near future.
A Saturday game in Red Bluff against Mercy was a large win for the Princeton Eagles, 42-14. Friday they will attempt to replicate the win against Big Valley High School in the Section 8 of the 2019 Northern Section Playoffs.
Williams had a painful sting against East Nicholus with a score of 47-0. The Yellowjackets still have a chance for redemption in an away game against Hamilton on Friday.
Colusa’s 3-0 win against Quincy propels the Lady RedHawks to the next round in the Northern Section Playoffs against East Nicolaus on Tuesday.
The Lady Panthers were unable to trick Burney during a game on Halloween, loosing 3-0.
However, Pierce was treated to a win during their Halloween game against Wheatland, 3-0. Moving right up the playoffs, the Lady Bears will go against University Prep on Tuesday.
TRACK AND FIELD
On October 30, the MVL Finals were in Clear Creed Sports Club and Keith Chavez from Colusa finished fourth with a time of 17:55 for varsity boys. For varsity girls, Ari Sanchez placed third for Pierce with a time of 22:08. The MVL Subsections continue on Nov. 6 at West Valley High School.
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