This week marks the final week of the regular season for both the Northern Section and Sac-Joaquin Section before playoffs begin in all divisions next week.
Fresh off its sixth straight win, the Marysville High girls basketball team gets a second crack at the top team at the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV Maxpreps rankings and No. 10 in all of the SJS, published by MaxPreps.com each week through the regular season.
Yuba College men’s basketball extended its incredible run to 14 straight wins with a victory at home Wednesday over Bay Valley Conference foe College of Marin, 64-49.
Most area schools have hit the second half of their league seasons this week, meaning postseason play is fast approaching.
Yuba College men’s basketball extended its win streak to 13 games and took over first place in the Bay Valley Conference following an 81-65 win at home over Los Medanos Monday night at the Marysville campus.
An area known for its love of baseball, various members of the Yuba-Sutter community attended an event last week at Peach Tree Golf & Country Club in Marysville to help raise funds for the baseball program at William Jessup University in Rocklin.
The moment that everyone inside Honker gymnasium on the campus of Yuba City High School was waiting for almost did not happen on Friday night.
Sutter Union High girls soccer battled to a 4-4 draw with Bear River on the road Thursday in a Pioneer Valley League contest played at Nevada Union High School in Grass Valley.
It was a matter of minutes before the Marysville High girls basketball team grabbed full control of Wednesday’s rivalry matchup against Lindhurst in the first of two Pioneer Valley League matchups between the schools.
The Yuba City High girls soccer team continues to lead the area in the MaxPreps Sac-Joaquin Section computerized strength of schedule poll, coming in No. 30 in this week’s rankings.
In a rare weather break Thursday, the Sutter Union High soccer programs hosted Marysville in the inaugural Pioneer Valley League finale between the schools on the spacious green grass behind Sutter’s campus.
Wednesday night’s Pioneer Valley League girls basketball game between Colfax and Marysville showcased the top two teams in the league and two of the top three ranked Division IV teams in the Sac-Joaquin Section.
Yuba College men’s basketball coach Doug Cornelius called the team’s upcoming stretch of Bay Valley Conference games on the road against Contra Costa today and home versus Los Medanos on Saturday the most significant moment of the season.
Following its second straight Pioneer Valley League win, the Marysville High girls basketball team jumped two spots in this week’s MaxPreps computerized Sac-Joaquin Section polls published on Monday at MaxPreps.com.
Several area squads in basketball and soccer have continued to remain in the top-25 MaxPreps computerized Sac-Joaquin Section polls as almost every team in the mid-valley has transitioned to league play this year.
The Yuba City High boys basketball team won its fourth straight game, and seventh out of its last ninth contest, following a 71-68 victory over Sac-Joaquin Section’s 27th-ranked Lincoln Fighting Zebras in the finals of the Lindhurst Holiday Tournament last week.
Success happened all across the mid-valley in 2022, beginning with the Colusa High football team’s first Northern Section championship since 1990.
The Marysville High boys basketball team opened up the second annual Coach Corn Classic Wednesday against defending state champion Elk Grove Wednesday night at Yuba College’s Marysville campus.
Colusa High girls soccer opens the new year with its first-ever tournament called the RedHawk Invitational beginning Jan. 6 on the campus of Colusa High School.
Marysville High basketball resumed its program fundraiser of playing a doubleheader at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento last week.
Christmas came early for perhaps Yuba City High School’s largest student-athlete of the 2023 class.
East Nicolaus High girls volleyball again finished on top of Northern Section Division V with a second straight title over Trinity in four sets back in November.
Marysville High’s varsity girls and boys basketball teams will be heading south Thursday to take part in a program fundraiser by playing Lathrop in a doubleheader at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
Marysville’s newest baseball team hosted its inaugural public tryout session last weekend at the Sacramento Sports Center Indoor Facility, with invitations to spring training offered that same day.
Last weekend, Yuba-Sutter was host to one of the largest boys and girls wrestling tournaments in the area in the last few years.
Marysville High’s fanbase got one of its first real looks at its newest guard, senior Amrin Mann after the MHS boys basketball team swept three days of competition, en route to claiming its own tournament, the Les Schwab Classic Saturday night at Marysville High School.
Sutter Union High shooter Cloey Carrier signed a national letter of intent to NCAA Division II Upper Iowa University last week at Sutter Union High School amid friends, family and colleagues.
Much of the mid-valley and Northern California will descend upon River Valley High School on Saturday for the 12th annual Dow Lewis Memorial Battle of the Buttes girls and boys varsity wrestling tournament.
There are still openings for the inaugural Marysville Drakes professional independent level baseball tryouts scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday at Bryant Field in Marysville.
The Northern Section Division IV champion RedHawks were unable to take down Atascadero at home Saturday in the 6-A Northern California Regional final, falling 21-0.