The Yuba College soccer team’s offense erupted on Tuesday night as it reeled off six goals against Mendocino in a shutout victory.
The Yuba College football team took to the road on Saturday as it made the trip south for a showdown with the Lobos of Monterey Peninsula College.
It was a tribute to old school football on Friday night at Wayne Gadberry field as the Sutter Huskies defeated the Gridley Bulldogs, 27-0 in a ground and pound battle that ended with only 12 passing plays.
The Huskies volleyball team hit the road to face off against the Cardinals on Thursday night as it secured a three-set sweep by scores of 25-19, 25-20 and 25-23.
The River Valley Falcons came to play on homecoming night, but so did the Roseville Tigers. After a back-and-forth slugfest by both teams – including eight lead changes – Roseville hung on late to take the victory, 32-31.
The Sutter High volleyball team continued its winning ways on Thursday night as it bested Oroville in a three-set sweep: 25-15, 25-7 and 25-6.
With both students sections chanting loud and proud, it was all Yuba City High in the end Friday night as Honker Stadium. The Honkers defended their possession of the Mayor’s Cup defeating River Valley, 40-7.
The River Valley volleyball team continued its success this season on Thursday night at home when it completed a three-set sweep of Woodcreek: 25-20, 25-21 and 25-19.
The Marysville and Lindhurst volleyball teams faced off on Wednesday night for a hardwood edition of the Battle of the Bell. Ultimately, it was the Indians who won the bragging rights as they defeated the Blazers in a three-set sweep: 25-15, 25-9 and 25-19.
With last year’s contest in mind on Friday night at Wayne Gadberry Field, Chico and Sutter took to the gridiron to battle it out yet again. This time it was the Huskies coming out on top as they defeated the Panthers, 40-0.
After defeating Valley Christian for the first time in 12 seasons on Tuesday, the Faith Christian volleyball team lost its first match of the season to Western Sierra on Thursday, 3-2.
People who prefer games with a large amount of popularity often question whether or not some smaller sports should even be considered a sport. Well with rodeo events, there’s no doubt in my mind.
For the crowd at Live Oak High on Friday night it was an electric start as the home team scored on the first play of the game and didn’t look back cruising past Hamilton, 45-12.
The Live Oak girls tennis team concluded its non-league play on Thursday by taking out Oroville by a final score of 9-0.
The River Valley High girls volleyball team answered its first test in defense of its Capital Valley Conference title Thursday with a three-set victory at home over rival Yuba City, 25-13, 26-24, 25-11.
The Yuba College volleyball team played in a tournament at Solano College on Wednesday but lost two matches. The first to Reedley College in scores of 25-17, 18-25, 25-16 and 25-17 and the second to Sacramento City by scores of 25-21, 26-24, 27-29 and 25-12.
The Sutter and East Nicolaus volleyball teams faced off on Wednesday night down in Nicolaus. Having just lost to top-ranked Pioneer, Sutter was out for revenge and unfortunately for the Spartans, they were the target.
The Faith Christian volleyball team was victorious on Monday night against an opponent it hadn’t beaten in seven years. The Lions defeated Country Day with a three set sweep by scores of 25-21, 25-19 and 25-17.
It seems that a lot of the time we view leaders as the loud and proud athlete on the team. However for the Sutter volleyball program, this isn’t necessarily the case. With the season just two weeks in, Sutter’s Maddie Kunkle has proven that she can lead by example on and off the court.
The East Nicolaus Spartans made the long trip out to the Bay Area for a showdown with Galileo. Fortunately for the East Nic faithful that made it out, the Spartans routed their opponent, 42-0.
It’s finally here. The main slate of games for Week 1 of the NFL season kicks off today and fantasy football owners everywhere will be griping non-stop about the bench players they should have started.
With offensive line coach Andy Hopper recovering from a health condition in a Reno hospital, the Paradise High School varsity football team used a dominant running attack to beat Gridley High 28-6 Friday night.
The Live Oak Lions grabbed the school’s first victory of the season on Friday as they hung on in a down to the wire game against University Prep, 16-13.
The Yuba City offense flocked the field on Friday night at Honker Stadium as the boys in gold came out of the gate firing on all cylinders defeating Fairfield by a final score of 70-7.
With a host of capable ballcarriers, including one of the best early stars in the Northern Section in Tariq Parker, the Wheatland High football team came in to Olivehurst on Friday with the firepower to score quickly and in bunches.
Whether it’s a long history, a close proximity between the two schools or competitive equity between the two teams, a rivalry game can intensify game preparation throughout the week, players’ mindsets on game day and community spirit.