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County Sports Recap (12/18/2019)

Basketball Colusa boys had a mixed bag of successes and loss through the week. Away in Hamilton City on Dec. 10, they eked out a...

County schools play in Irene Wells Tournament

For the first time in three years, the Williams Yellowjackets fell short of the championship at the annual Irene Wells Basketball Tournament in Maxwell. Maxwell...

Panthers basketball takes third in John Holland Classic 

Maxwell packed up and headed toward frigid weather last week for a three-day basketball tournament in Greenville.  Six teams competed for the winning trophy including...

Lady Jackets open up with double loss 

Wet and cold conditions welcomed the 2019 Lady Jackets season  with the game opener in Colusa on Dec, 2. Williams fell to a 6-2...

Williams fares well in opening week

With the ending of the 2019 football season, soccer is now in full swing. The Williams Yellowjackets opened their season against the Colusa RedHawks...

RedHawks successful on the soccer field

To purchase this photo or others, click here. The Colusa Boys varsity soccer team hosted the Williams Yellowjackets in their first Sacramento Valley League match...

Pierce Invitational opens basketball season

To purchase this photo or others, click here. Boys from rival schools Colusa, Pierce, and Williams along with Dixon, Live Oak, Middleton, Orland, Oroville, and...

Lady RedHawks take win over Williams

To purchase this photo or others, click here. On Colusa’s mildly damp field, the Lady RedHawks and the Lady Jackets met for a rival game...

Sports Recap (12/11/2019)

Basketball Colusa boys fell to Marysville on Dec. 2, 61-53. During the Pierce Invitational Tournament, the boys lost to Dixon 67-58 on Thursday, but Friday...

FOOTBALL: Championship freezes for the Pierce Bears

The bitter cold of an away game Nov. 27 in East Nicolaus matched the spirits of the Pierce Bears, who went as far as...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Williams Basketball: Third year with a different coach

The Williams Yellowjackets basketball team will yet again see a change in the head coach position, for a third consecutive year. Tanner Bloom, Junior...

SPORTS PREVIEW: Williams Soccer: Large squad could mean big wins

The Williams soccer team season is underway and with the largest squad in the county. Out of a 33-player roster, just five are returning...

Colusa and Pierce represent Colusa County

The 19th Annual All Star Game, sponsored by Club Chico Volleyball and Thunder Volley Camps, was held Sunday in Willows. North verses South was...

Pierce Bears in it to win it

The Pierce Bears finished strong at Friday’s home game, 46-7 against the Winters Warriors, after Colusa County’s only remaining football team in action faced...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Colusa basketball season to be a slam dunk

The Colusa RedHawks are lacing up their sneakers and getting ready to shoot hoops. Colusa High School senior Jerry Gonzalez, who plays guard or small...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Colusa kicks in the new soccer season

Coming out of football season, Colusa High School will go right into futbol season, or soccer, if you will. Dan Kiely will be returning as...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Experience gives Lady Panthers edge on court

Last year’s Lady Panther basketball program suffered a harsh season with a 4-18 overall record, but the 2019 season brings experience and a 10-player...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Lady RedHawks striving to reach potential

Many of the powerhouse girls are returning to the Lady RedHawks’ basketball court, which should prove to make for an exciting season. Edith Moreno earned...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Lady Jacket Basketball: Small squad with high hopes

The Williams Lady Jackets are few in numbers but have high hopes for the basketball season. Basketball fans in Williams will see a smaller squad...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Lady Jackets look to bring home the wins

A total of 13 players from last year’s 4-16-2 squad return this year for the Lady Jackets soccer season. For her fourth season at Williams,...

(SPORTS PREVIEW) Panther Varsity Basketball few but mighty

Maxwell High School’s varsity boys basketball team set the bar high for the 2019-2020 season, establishing a league championship title last season in the...

FOOTBALL: Pierce pushes forward in playoffs

To purchase available photographs from Nov. 20 edition, click here. Friday night ended with another home victory for the Pierce Bears against the Modoc Braves. The...

Junior Hawks Cheer sends five to All Star selection game 

Last Sunday at Hornet Stadium, the Youth Shriner Bowl XXIV was held at Sacramento State. The Shriner Bowl is a fundraiser for Shriner’s Hospital...

FOOTBALL: RedHawks football edged out by Mt. Shasta 

Visiting the Mt. Shasta Bears last Friday night closed out the RedHawks Varsity football season with a 29-28 final score loss.  Both teams exploded in...

VOLLEYBALL: LadyHawks volleyball comes to end

A packed Colusa High School gymnasium last Thursday night was an all out show for attendees. After an easy first round win against Skyline on...

FOOTBALL: Maxwell closes out season 

The Los Molinos football team dialed up big plays defensively and offensively against the Maxwell Panthers last Friday in the 2019 CIF Northern Section...

FOOTBALL: Yellowjackets can’t contain Braves 

The Williams Yellowjackets, along with two other county football teams, saw their season come to an end last Friday.  Williams pulled the Winters Warriors in...

County Sports Recap (11/20/2019)

Football Colusa can be proud of making it to playoffs but a painfully close loss against Mt. Shasta 29-28 on Friday meant the end of...

VOLLEYBALL: A season to remember for the Bears

Colusa County wraps up the volleyball season with a display of talent that overcame many obstacles. Coming down from a win against Roseland University...

Colusa volleyball claims first section championship 

Cheri Azevedo and Jennifer Blue | news@colusacountynews.com After sweeping East Nicolaus last Tuesday in thrilling 3-0 set win, the LadyHawks secured their ride to the Northern...

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