The Yuba-Sutter special olympics team hosted its annual softball tournament Saturday at Blackburn Talley Park.
As a safety precaution for both the game of football and its players, the state recently passed yet another version of the concussion bill, this one geared toward youth football, which is set to go into effect in January 2021.
We’ve now made it into the dog days of summer and I have to hand it to all of you native Californians, y’all deal with some pretty cruel heat. Texas gets hot, but not quite this bad. Although the dry heat is nice for a change.
Editor’s Note: With the NFL preseason kicking off this week, it’s once again time for the good ole’ fashioned head slamming and touchdown-making folks to get it going once more. To kickoff the season, we asked local high school football players if they bleed Raider black or 49er red? Here’s …
At this point we all know about the drama that occurred last winter in regards to whether the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox would return to Colusa Casino Stadium in 2019. Well they did, and they did not disappoint.
A year ago the Olivehurst-Linda Little League softball all-stars fell short at the state tournament and never got to San Bernardino and the Western Regional tournament.
KENTFIELD – As has been the case all season, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox battled to the last out on Thursday, but their season ended in a tough 1-0 loss to the Medford Rogues in the second round of the Golden State Collegiate Baseball League playoffs at College of Marin.
After Thursday’s 9-2 win against Oregon, the Olivehurst/Linda Little League girl’s softball team secured a birth in the West Region Final today at 10 a.m. against Hawaii.
The Olivehurst/Linda Little League softball team continues to shine in the national spotlight at the west regional tournament as they defeated Nevada, 5-0 and Arizona, 3-1.
For youth motocross superstar Maycie Schroeder, the phrase ‘age is just a number’ is really an absolute fact. The five-year-old nicknamed ‘Moto Maycie’ has taken the sport of motocross and ran with it. Or rather, raced with it.
After a few days off the Gold Sox appeared to be a little sluggish out of the gates on Thursday night when they fell to the Puff Caps by a final score of 8-2.
The Sutter shotgun shooting team made the trip out to Las Vegas last week for the YSSF U.S. Open Nationals where they finished out the season with a few notable accolades.
The Olivehurst-Linda Little League softball team came into last weekend with hopes of staying undefeated – and the girls did not disappoint. After three wins (16-0 vs. East Sac, 15-0 and 11-0 vs. American Canyon) the Olivehurst-Linda girls were crowned NorCal state champions.
Kellen Brothers ignited Saturday’s attack with a sterling effort on the mound, while the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox came up in the bottom of the sixth with a couple runs on passed balls to drop league-leading Top Speed, 2-1 at Colusa Casino Stadium in Marysville.
After a solid victory on Thursday against the Heat, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox welcomed the number one team in the GSCBL to Colusa Casino Stadium on Friday. Unfortunately for the home crowd, Yuba-Sutter couldn’t manage a rally and lost to Top Speed Baseball by a final score of 8-5.
Yuba-Sutter returned home to Colusa Casino Stadium on Thursday night for a quick game with the Sacramento Heat. Luckily for the fans in attendance, the Gold Sox were able to slide past Sacramento by a final score of 8-7.
Just one night after the Sutter Buttes Major team won the District 2 title, the Minor team followed suit as they defeated runner-up Sutter Area by a final score of 12-2.
Growing up as a youngster, Riley Bell’s main focus was baseball and football. That all changed when he was 13-years old and his grandfather took him out for a round of golf.
Winning a championship is hard enough, but maintaining a perfect record is even tougher. However, if you’re a member of the Sutter Buttes Little League team, you wouldn’t have it any other way.
In what proved to be a defensive battle for both teams Friday night at Colusa Casino Stadium, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox secured a victory over the Reno Rams by a final score of 4-2.
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox hit the field on Wednesday after two days off, but the boys in yellow picked up right where they left off as they defeated the Reno Rams by a final score of 10-5.
While there weren’t any actual fireworks at Colusa Casino Stadium on Friday night, you could have fooled any average fan as the Gold Sox gave their audience some drama in the bottom of the ninth when Tyler Carpenter hit a walk-off sacrifice fly to left field to give Yuba-Sutter the 3-2 win o…
After last night’s win, the Gold Sox (16-8) currently sit at third place in the Golden State Collegiate Baseball League. Just three games back of the Medford Rogues (19-5).
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox utilized an opportunistic offense to end a three-game losing streak Thursday night, beating the Sacramento Heat 7-4 at Colusa Casino Stadium.
The youth shotgun sports team Coon Creek took its talents to Stockton earlier this month for the junior and senior CYSSA State Trap Championship tournament. Coon Creek finished with three individual state titles in hand.
After a tough night on Tuesday in San Francisco for the Gold Sox, they attempted to bounce back on Wednesday night, but fell short, losing by a final score of 6-3.
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox took the field on Tuesday looking to avenge Sunday’s loss, but came up short against the San Francisco Seagulls as they fell by a final score of 11-3.
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox continued their onslaught on Friday night as the boys in white were firing on all cylinders en route to a 14-4 win at home against the California Bees.
The Sutter shotgun shooting team had great accuracy last weekend at the CYSSA state championships in Stockton. Both Sutter’s junior varsity and varsity teams took second place in their divisions respectively.
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox returned home on Thursday night to Colusa Casino Stadium as they were able to win their sixth-straight game en route to defeating the California Bees by a final score of 5-1.
I owe 100 percent of my love for sports to my dad, Jim Stevens. Thanks to him, I can’t remember there ever being a time in my life where I wasn’t vastly into sports. Probably because much of my childhood was spent watching SportsCenter with Stuart Scott or pretending to score a game-winning …
Before Friday night’s game at Colusa Casino Stadium, Gold Sox manager Michael Frantz told his team he wanted to see some better situational hitting. The boys in yellow would not disappoint.
After dropping two games to the Medford Rogues earlier this week, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox bounced back on Thursday night at home as the boys in white routed the South Bay Storm by a final score of 10-5.
The path to professional baseball for a lot of players is usually one with many obstacles to overcome. For former Sutter Union High School baseball player Brad Bonnenfant it was just that and more.
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox faced off in their rubber-match game against the Medford Rogues on Wednesday, but couldn’t work their offensive magic like the night before as they fell to the Medford Rogues by a final score of 6-0.
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox bounced back after Monday’s loss and turned on their offense en route to a dominating 15-6 win over the Medford Rogues in Oregon.