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Jeremy Langenderfer brought his Pure Stock back to Orland Raceway Saturday night and bested a strong 16 car field for the 20 lap Main Event win. There were roughly sixty competitors in the pits for the show, and other winners included Ron Ruiz in the California Hardtops, Dan Webster in the M…

Orland Raceway fans will be seeing a couple of special appearances this Saturday night. The NorCal Dwarf Car Association will be making their only visit of the season to the 1/5 mile dirt oval. The California Hardtops make their second of three scheduled visits. Also in action will be the re…

Wes Smock won the 20 lap Pure Stock Main Event Friday night at Orland Raceway. Smock is a past Mini Stock champion at the speedway who hasn’t competed in recent years. The races were part of the annual Glenn County Fair, and a big crowd was in attendance to watch the action-packed show on th…

Hamilton City competed against 11 other teams on May 10 in the NSCIF Division III Championships at Yuba College and saw two of their seniors win events to advance to the Northern Section Finals in Cottonwood on Friday. 

Ben Fernandez, Joel Lopez and Gustavo Carrillo of the Orland High School tennis team earned all-league honors and will compete in the Northern Section tournament at Las Plumas High School in Oroville on Saturday. 

Orland Raceway has their fourth event of the season lined up this Saturday night. Fans have been witnessing some great things so far on Rich Hood’s 1/5 mile dirt oval, and they have a good show on tap for this week. The Pure Stocks are back along with the Mini Trucks, Mini Stocks and the two…

There’s a bit of excitement in the air at Orland Raceway after two events have made it into the record books. The local Wingless Sprint Car class has gained some momentum this year with some new drivers joining the field. This Saturday night, they will be back in action, joined by the growin…

Keith Ross is off to an impressive start at Orland Raceway this season. The reigning Mini Truck champion has switched over to Pure Stocks and backed up his season-opening victory with another 20 lap feature win last Saturday night. Ross made it a perfect evening by also winning his heat race…

On the heels of the successful playday two weeks ago, Orland Raceway is prepared to kick off the 2019 season this Saturday night. Promoter Rich Hood and his crew have everything ready to go, and barring any bad weather, the Saturday night program will offer five divisions of racing for the f…

Orland Raceway hosted a successful practice day for the racers Saturday afternoon under sunny skies. The previous attempt two weeks earlier was rained out, and over 30 racers took advantage of the opportunity to make practice laps on the 1/5 mile dirt oval.

It was feast or famine for the Willows High School softball team at a rain shortened Randy Watt Invitational Tournament in Colusa last week, as they were shutout 16-0 in their opener against Ripon before holding off a furious late rally by Pierce to earn a 16-12 victory in their second game.

Having bested Gridley twice already this season, the Willows High girls basketball team was unable to make it three in a row as the visiting Bulldogs upset the Honkers 58-54 in the second round of the Division CIF State Girls Basketball Tournament on Feb. 28.

 The Hamilton City girls soccer team were shutout by Colusa, 7-0, on Feb. 19 during the NSCIF Division III playoff game. No individual stats were available for the Braves prior to publication. 

Returning to the court to face their Sacramento Valley League foe for the second time in six days, the No.1 Honkers overcame a season low 13-point first half, to dominate the game after intermission and double up the No. 8 RedHawks in the second round of the NSCIF Division IV playoffs.

As the girls basketball season reaches it’s midway point, the Willows Honkers are rolling through the Sacramento Valley League and preparing to defend the Northern Section title they won a season ago.

An undersized but scrappy Hamilton City volleyball team fell 25-21, 20-25, 20-25, 17-25 to Quincy in the NSCIF Division V held at Red Bluff High School on Saturday, Nov. 3.

Despite a fierce effort, the Willows volleyball team saw their season come to an end last Thursday night as they fell 18-25, 24-26, 25-12, 21-25 to the visiting No. 5 seeded Colusa RedHawks in the second round of the NSCIF Division IV playoffs.

For the 10th consecutive year, the Willows Honkers volleyball team ended the season as the Sacramento Valley League champions, achieving the mark last Tuesday night with a four set win over the visiting Colusa RedHawks by scores of 25-16, 14-25, 25-21, 25-18.

A season of struggles continued for the Willows Honkers football team as they dropped their third straight Sacramento Valley League game, this time to the Pierce Bears on the road last Friday night in Arbuckle, by a score of 42-16

It was an exhausting week of volleyball for the Willows Honkers, who after falling to Sutter in five sets on Sept. 13, played six matches at the Red Bluff Tournament on Sept. 14, before finishing the week at the Battle for the Buttes Tournament in Sutter.

Saturday night was Fan Appreciation night at Orland Raceway, and that meant the fans got an opportunity to meet their favorite racers up close before the races. It also meant a return of the popular California Hardtop Association along with the Pure Stocks, Mini Stocks and Mini Trucks.

The Willows girl’s tennis team earned a league victory last Thursday over the visiting Colusa RedHawks thanks to strong doubles play in which they swept all three matches.