The Yuba City wrestling teams finished their weekends at the 27th Jason White Memorial Tournament in successful fashion. The varsity boys squad placed third overall while the varsity girls team placed first overall to take home the tournament title.
Fans, players and alumni will see a new field general roaming the sidelines at East Nicolaus High this next season as Kramer Hagan was officially introduced as the new leader of the Spartan football program.
Lindhurst High softball coach Bill Biggs wanted to make it abundantly clear that height – or lack thereof – should not be a deterrent to any athlete striving to make it big and move on to to play college athletics.
The Marysville girls basketball team secured a dominant win on Wednesday night when it took down rival Lindhurst by a final score of 49-31.
J.T. Stinson, a senior from East Nicolaus High, won the 170 pound championship of the 66th annual California Invitational Tournament of wrestling in Morro Bay on Saturday.
The Yuba College men’s basketball team didn’t show any signs of quit on Friday night. After being down the entire game, the 49ers took their first lead of the contest with just under two minutes to go, defeating Contra Costa by a final score of 75-71.
Coming into Friday’s game, Sutter head coach Michael Brantingham knew his team would be tested. Wheatland gave Sutter all it could ask for in the second half, but in the end it was the Huskies’ clutch free-throw shooting that would ice the game.
The River Valley boys basketball team got back in the win column on Thursday evening after securing an overtime road victory over Bella Vista, 66-63.
The East Nicolaus boys basketball team secured another win on Wednesday night with a rather familiar opponent. After having just defeated the Warriors in tournament play last weekend, the Spartans downed Winters last night by a final score of 56-41.
It’s not everyday that a high school athletic department gets to boast about one if its athletes signing to a Division I program. That was the case on Wednesday evening at River Valley High when track and field star John Kroeger inked his commitment to continue his athletic career at Stanfor…
Sutter High athlete Cory McIntyre inked his college commitment on Tuesday to continue his baseball career at California State University, Northridge.
The Gridley and Wheatland girls basketball teams faced off on Tuesday night for a battle of the heavyweights. In the end it was the Bulldogs who came out on top in a back-and-forth contest, 59-52.
The Yuba City High girls wrestling team turned some heads this weekend after finishing 13th out of 145 at the Napa Valley Girls Classic tournament.
Halfway through her senior season at Willows High School, Meghan Weinrich received an honor that not many Northern Section girls basketball players ever get to experience.
The Blazers boys basketball team came away with their fifth win of the season on Friday, defending home court en route to taking down the Pirates by a final score of 52-40.
After a statement win on Wednesday over Roseville, the Falcons’ boys basketball team took to the court on Friday night, hoping to keep up the momentum. Unfortunately for the home team, Woodcreek had other plans, taking down River Valley by a final score of 60-47.
The East Nicolaus boys basketball team kicked off its host tournament on Thursday by handing Redding Christian its first loss of the season, defeating the Lions, 63-48.
The Wheatland boys basketball team secured a clutch road victory on Tuesday night, rallying from down 15, to defeat the Live Oak Lions, 63-60.
The River Valley High varsity girls basketball team completed the nonleague portion of its season with a 65-55 win over Capital Christian out of Sacramento Monday night at the Lincoln Invitational.
The East Nicolaus girls basketball team secured its eighth victory of the season on Tuesday night as it held on late vs. Golden Sierra, 36-34.
With the final slate of CIF state championship games finishing last night, we can all finally take a long exhale of breath. High school football season is officially over.
The Marysville boys basketball team was battle tested on Friday night according to head coach Stan Easter. After finding themselves down by two points at halftime, the Indians regrouped in the second half to take down Wheatland by a slim margin, 62-59.
The Sutter High football team may not be headed to a state championship next week, but the Huskies remain the cream of the crop in the Northern Section.
Grant Tull continued his torrid start to the season for the Gridley High boys basketball team, dropping 29 on Saturday to lead the Bulldogs over Durham, 54-41 Saturday to wrap up the Durham tournament.
Fresh off a fifth straight Northern Section championship, the East Nicolaus High football team advanced to the next step yet again with a neutral site battle against St. Bernard’s of Eureka in the 6-AA NorCal regional bowl game Friday night at River Valley.
The Sutter High Huskies fell victim to being on the wrong side of game possession most of the night on Friday in its 31-14 road defeat to Ripon in the NorCal regional 4-AA bowl game.
For the second time in just over a month, the Yuba College men’s basketball team took on the top team in the state at home Wednesday night in a nonconference battle with City College of San Francisco.
The Huskies defense has been Sutter’s go-to all season long and in Saturday night’s section title game nothing changed. Other than one rushing score in the third quarter for the Bobcats, Sutter was able to shut down Paradise and Tyler Harrison en route to a 20-7 victory, capturing the 2019 N…
As word started to spread on the Huskies sideline that No. 4 Paradise was leading No. 2 West Valley, the Sutter fans began to smile a little wider – knowing they would be able to host a section title game instead of traveling the weekend right after Thanksgiving.