Tuesday, May 11, 2021

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Softball: Power surge lifts Colusa softball over Hamilton City, Winters

In three games last week, the Colusa RedHawks collected 31 hits, 11 for extra bases, and in the process downed Hamilton City 17-3 in...

Baseball: RedHawks’ streak climbs to 18 straight

Despite the lingering effects of the pandemic which still continues to limit certain activities, 2021 has been a banner year for the Colusa High...

Baseball: Maxwell baseball struggles at home

Last week was a rough one for the Panthers as they fell 9-5 to Redding Christian on April 27, and then dropped their second...

Softball: Maxwell softball downs Hamilton, stumbles against Biggs and Orland

Although the Panthers downed Hamilton City 10-2 to begin last week, they suffered a 5-3 setback to Biggs and were edged by Orland 3-2...

Baseball: Bear baseball sweeps Paradise

With football and basketball coinciding with the baseball season, it has been difficult for the Pierce Bears to get in consistent practice on the...

Softball: Lady Bears’ basketball falls short of Anderson in first action of season

Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, the ball just doesn’t bounce your way, and such was the case last Saturday afternoon when the...

Softball: Pierce softball caught in three game slide

After opening the season with a win over CORE Butte on April 23, the Bears dropped three straight last week after sandwiching a contest...

Basketball: ‘Jacket basketball runs record to 3-0

With only a four game schedule to play, the Williams boys’ basketball team is making the most of it, and in the process showing...

Soccer: Williams’ boys, girl’s soccer down Durham on senior night

Playing in their final home games of the year last Monday, both ‘Jacket soccer teams easily handled the visiting Trojans with the boys posting...

Softball roundup: Mixed results for local teams

Redding Christian 9 – Maxwell 3 (4/20) Maxwell 9 – Durham 4 (4/23) Hosting Redding Christian to start the week, the Panthers got off to a...

Tennis: Colusa boy’s tennis out duels Willows

After falling in matches to Sutter and Live Oak to open the season, the RedHawks got on track last Tuesday with a 3-1 win...

Soccer: Colusa boys’ soccer caps season with win over Oroville

Despite getting off to a slow start in the match, Colusa’s boys’ soccer team concluded its season last Thursday with a resounding 5-1 win...

Baseball: RedHawk baseball continues to roll

In three games last week the Colusa RedHawks outscored their opponents 41-2 and remained undefeated in 15 contests so far this season, as they...

Basketball: ‘Jacket hoops opens season with win

Just days after the conclusion of their football season, the Williams Yellowjackets returned to the hardwood on April 20, and picked up a road...

Baseball: RedHawks take twin bill from Fort Bragg to remain unbeaten

It’s been a perfect season thus far for the RedHawk baseball team as it extended its win streak to 12 straight games by sweeping...

Soccer: Colusa boys soccer tops Pierce

After being shut out by Winters 3-0 at home on Tuesday, April 13, the RedHawks rebounded last Thursday to down Pierce 3-1 in Arbuckle. Rodrigo...

Softball: Maxwell softball scoring runs and having fun

In a year in which most sports have had to limit the number of contacts in their seasons, the Maxwell Panther softball team is...

Volleyball: Pierce volleyball marks the end of an era

While most are familiar with the adage, “All good things must come to an end,” the sentiment became a reality for the Pierce Bears...

Football: Durham downs Pierce in back and fourth battle

In the dictionary the word nemesis is defined as “a formidable and usually victorious rival or opponent,” and for the Pierce football team, the...

Bears fall short of Paradise

Despite struggling with their run game, the Pierce Bear football team had a 21-18 advantage in the third quarter of last Friday’s game at...

Golfers raise money for Arbuckle Depot

Submitted by: Gary Traynham The Arbuckle Revitalization Committee successfully kicked off its 2021 fundraising with its first golf tournament at the Arbuckle Golf Club last...

Bradbury named MVP as RedHawks triumph at Sutter Spring Classic

Taking its unblemished 7-0 record into last week’s Sutter Spring Classic, the Colusa RedHawk baseball team extended its win streak to 10 games as...

‘Jackets can’t slow down Wolverines

In this COVID affected season, the Biggs football team has established itself as a powerhouse, steamrolling opponents by averaging 52 points and 355 yards...

Williams’ boys’ soccer has successful week

Last week was a good one for the Williams boys’ soccer team as they played their longtime rival Hamilton City to a 1-1 draw...

RedHawks baseball stays perfect on season

With their 10-0 shutout of Kelseyville on the road last Monday, March 29, the Colusa RedHawks baseball team ran its record to 7-0 and...

Bears’ team effort dominates Spartans

In a rematch of last season’s NSCIF Section IV championship game, the Bears exacted their revenge with a 24 point first quarter and never...

Jackets up end Panthers for first win of the season

It’s been six years since the Maxwell Panthers and Williams Yellowjackets squared off on the football field and just as that contest ended in...

Colusa softball edges Maxwell

It took all seven innings for the Colusa RedHawks to earn a 13-11 come-from-behind victory over a scrappy Panther squad in Maxwell last Thursday,...

Pierce volleyball making the most of shortened season

Although the Bears posted wins over Orland 25-15, 25-14, 25-21 and East Nicolaus 25-5, 19-25, 25-7, 25-22 last week, their most impressive victory came...

Pierce VB holds court, downs Paradise, Maxwell

An abbreviated three-week volleyball season got underway last week for the Pierce Bears, as they went 2-0 after posting wins over Paradise and Maxwell. Traveling...

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