The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox were one of the first teams in the country to reopen live baseball in a pandemic, giving their fans and the community something to cheer about during a time of uncertainty and global health and economic struggle.
The A’s finished a three-game series sweep of the Texas Rangers on Thursday with a 6-4 win. After a somewhat shaky start to the season, they’ve run a promising six-game win streak with the Houston Astros flying into Oakland for a weekend series.
The California Department of Public Health released guidelines for youth sports this week, and in no way did it lean toward the reopening of fall sports at a regular time.
Kings guard Kent Bazemore sounded the alarm after his team allowed 87 first-quarter points in two devastating losses to the San Antonio Spurs and Orlando Magic.
Racing returns to Roseville on Saturday night with round one of the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series at the All American Speedway. The events will be closed to spectators and streamed live on All American Speedway TV. NASCAR Late Models, Jaws Gear & Axle Limited Modifieds, Super S…
Yuba City High product Max Stassi wasn’t in the lineup Friday as the Angels began a series at home against Houston, Stassi’s former team. As of July 30, Stassi has appeared in five games with 11 at-bats, four hits, three runs, two home runs and five RBI.
Under normal circumstances, right now East Nicolaus High first-year football coach Kramer Hagan would be smack dab in the middle of fall camp preparing for either a week zero or week one opener to the season.
Sacramento Republic FC will host Orange County SC today (Wednesday, July 29) at 8 p.m. at Papa Murphy’s Park. Following the decision of county health officials, the July matches will be played without fans in attendance. The game will be broadcast on KQCA My58, Estrella TV Sacramento, and on…
In an attempt to complete the series sweep, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox fell short Friday night, thanks to a three-run seventh inning rally from the West Coast Kings Black out of Sacramento to overtake the hosts, 8-5 at Colusa Casino Stadium in Marysville.
On a day to celebrate the return of Major League Baseball we headed to Happy Viking in Yuba City where the long-time establishment has set up a makeshift outdoor patio complete with misters to cool people down and a beer trailer with a couple big screens to watch the games. Sports is coming …
One of the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox’s opponents, the Lincoln Potters, have terminated their season effective Thursday, July 23, after one of Lincoln’s players tested positive for COVID-19.
The Gold Sox are preparing for the stretch run of an already condensed season due to the pandemic, beginning tonight (Thursday, July 23) at home against the West Coast Kings out of Sacramento.
Bad policy, bad information, bad actors, and bad luck brought us to this moment. No one is to blame, and yet everyone is responsible for the fact that high school football will be postponed – at best – in California this season.
Colusa High Athletic Director Eric Lay said the state’s pandemic plan to delay fall sports and condense three seasons down to two does not bode well for small schools and athletic programs with a majority of multiple-sport contributors.
Sacramento, Republic FC will host Reno 1868 FC Sunday at 6:00 p.m. at Papa Murphy’s Park. The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN 2,and the club will host another virtual watch party for fans – information available at SacRepublicFC.com.
Yuba City native and country music star Tyler Rich, along with his wife, re-entered Colusa Casino Stadium (the home of the Gold Sox) on Thursday to throw out the ceremonial first pitch and say thank you to those continuing to support one of the city’s longest-running traditions.
The high school sports season was supposed to officially begin the first week of August with football practice. It’s not happening. A surge in COVID-19 cases and continuing uncertainty over how schools in California intend to make campuses safe for students and athletes has left the Californ…
Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas was formally charged with three misdemeanors in the Superior Court of California on Wednesday for an alleged high-speed hit-and-run that led to his arrest in June.
For those stuck at home desperately seeking some summertime entertainment, Quarry Park Adventures in Rocklin opened a summer camp this week for the first of four sessions featuring plenty of outdoor activities for the area and out of town youth to soak in.
The Northern California Section of the PGA of America (NCPGA) has announced the 2020 Class of PGA Professionals inducted into the Association’s Hall of Fame. This year’s inductees are Roger Maltbie, Alan Krueger, Charlie Leider, Rick Rhoads and Ken Towns.
Life as a personal trainer at any fitness gym these days is not easy. It can be stressful, and with the recent closure of gyms in the state of California to try and curb the spread of coronavirus, that is likely the case for many trainers out there.
Riding a five-game win streak, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox return to Colusa Casino Stadium tonight (Thursday, July 16) to begin another four-game homestand against Palo Alto.
If anyone wonders why UFC fighters and Mixed Martial Artists usually have a wrestling background Jairo Chavez said there is a simple answer.
Baseball players are creatures of habit, often chained to some superstitions and in-game quirks. They spit, high-five, lick. They get close even if the sport is naturally distanced. When tensions mount, one stink eye or misguided pitch can ignite a brawl.
The next update about high school fall sports from state officials is supposed to arrive this month, but the writing might already be on the chalkboard.
The last time Buster Posey went a season without wearing a Giants jersey, there were questions regarding Bruce Bochy’s job security, uncertainty over whether Brian Sabean was a competent executive and legitimate fears held by lifelong fans of the team in San Francisco they would never see th…
The California Community College Athletic Association Board of Directors overwhelmingly approved implementation of its Contingency Plan on Thursday, providing a return to intercollegiate athletics for the 2020-21 academic year that shifts all sports, including football, to the spring season.
Golf is a sport played largely in isolation most of the time anyway, so when COVID-19 hit this past March ending high school spring sports prematurely and putting its future in jeopardy, Guramrit Ghoman looked to what he could control.
The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox made a short drive down Highway 65 on Tuesday for a nonleague game against Lincoln in what could be called a border town rivalry with the two cities separated by about 30 miles.
Since opening Clingan’s Korean Karate and Mixed Martial Arts Academy, owner and grandmaster Bill Clingan has worked with several individuals who have had autism over the last half-century.
With the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox getting ready for their third week of summer collegiate baseball starting Thursday against Palo Alto, it’s time to get to know the 2020 roster, many of whom are local and regional products.
Sports are slowly returning, both in the professional and amateur ranks, and locals like Maycie Schroeder are taking advantage of the opportunity to develop and excel in their craft.
There was a wide array of people who descended upon Colusa Casino Stadium in Marysville Thursday night for the first Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox baseball game open to the public.
Marysville High football coach Jeff Freeman called the decision to suspend football activity precautionary in light of not having enough information regarding the contact tracing of a member of his staff being in the same location as someone who tested positive for coronavirus.
Players signed off on Major League Baseball’s health and safety protocols and agreed to report to training camps at their home stadiums by July 1 in preparation for a pandemic-shortened regular season of 60 games.