The Marysville baseball team defeated Foothill in five innings on Tuesday by a final score of 13-3. 

Morgun Goss went 3-for-4 at the plate, Dominic Crabtree recorded three steals and scored twice and Alex Torrez finished it on the hill as Marysville baseball dispatched of Foothill. 

Marysville (8-3, 7-1 Pioneer Valley League) hosts Forest Lake Christian Wednesday for a 4 p.m. scheduled contest.

Colusa 14, Pierce 3

It was an easy win for the hometown RedHawks as they disposed of county and Sacramento Valley League rival Pierce in a run-rule shortened game.

Two freshmen led the way for Colusa as Justin Lee finished 2 for 2 with two RBI and Ethan Lay smashed a two run double.

Cody Free also doubled to drive in a pair of runs for the RedHawks.

Bright spots for the struggling Bears, included Cole Stassi launching a two run home run and Matthew Tapia finishing 2 for 3 and knocking in the only other run of the game for Pierce.

Colusa (15-4) hosts Woodland Christian in a non-conference game today and then plays Pierce (1-10, 0-3) in Arbuckle on Friday.  

Gridley 10, Oroville 0 (5 inn)

Starting pitcher Lance Santerre fired a five-inning complete-game one-hitter to lead the Gridley High baseball team to a 10-0 win at home over Oroville in a Butte View-Westside League crossover game Tuesday. 

Santerre struck out 12 of 17 batters while relinquishing one infield hit against the Tigers. Offensively, Selso McTygue finished 2-for-3, Cameron Erickson added a triple and two RBI and Vince Anselmo provided a couple hits for Gridley (7-9-1, 2-3 Butte View). 

Gridley continues crossover play with the WSL Friday when it hosts Las Plumas at 4 p.m. 

Sutter 17, Corning 1

The Sutter varsity baseball club zoomed past Corning on Tuesday in five innings by a 16-run margin. 

Multiple players contributed in the win for the Huskies, most notably though was Cory McIntyre who finished the day going 2-for-3 with two doubles and four RBI. Another notable performance was Alec Bell who tallied a stat line of 2-for-2 with two RBI. 

Sutter (10-6, 5-0) will play at Valley Christian on Thursday. 

Sutter 13, Corning 3 (6 inn)

Avery Jolley finished 3-for-4 at the plate with two RBI and struck out 11 in seven innings to lead the Sutter High junior varsity softball team to a 13-3 road win over Corning Tuesday. 

Sydney Harper led the Huskies offensively, going 4-for-4 with a pair of doubles and three RBI. Cali West and Eli Ramirez added two hits each against the Cardinals. 

Sutter (12-1, 3-0 Butte View League) hosts Orland in a doubleheader Wednesday beginning at 2 p.m. 



Sutter 4, Corning 0

The Huskies softball team came away with a shutout win on Tuesday against Corning. 

On the mound for Sutter, was Hailey Peterson who had a lights out performance with 13 strikeouts and no allowed hits. 

On offense it was Meadow Topete who went 2-for-4 with two RBI, while Darcy Gillen contributed with a double on the day. 

Sutter softball (10-3) will host a double–header today vs. Orland. 

River Valley 7,

Nevada Union 4

The Falcons were able to edge out Nevada Union on Tuesday en route to securing their second victory of the season. 

Notable performances for River valley came from Diana Hull, who went 2-for-3 with an RBI, as well as Kentalia Smith who hit a double and finished with two RBI. On the mound, Korrie Almond recorded seven strikeouts. 

River Valley softball (2-9-1) will play at Yuba City on Thursday. 

Yuba City 13, Antelope 0 

The Honkers maintained their undefeated record in league campaign on Tuesday night when they walloped Antelope by a 13-run margin. 

Yuba City was led by the play of pitcher Blake Craft, who nearly pitched a perfect game with a final stat line of no runs and 12 strikeouts. 

On offense, the Honkers saw a great performance from Jordy Martins who went 4-for-4 with three RBI. 

Yuba City softball (6-1-2, 5-0) will host River Valley on Thursday. 

Colusa 5, Pierce 4

Colusa got all it could handle from county rival Pierce in a Sacramento Valley League game, but ultimately held on at home to earn the win.

In the defensive play of the game,  the RedHawks turned a triple play in the top of the third to end a bases loaded threat and then went on to score three runs in the bottom of the frame to grab the lead when Helena Harris delivered a two run single.

Abby Huskey, Jessica Hickel, Dyanna Santana and Edith Moreno each had two hits for Colusa while Emily Ehrke went 2 for 4 with two RBI for Pierce.

In the circle, Jasmine Alvarez closed out the game facing the last five Bear hitters.

Colusa (11-4, 3-0) travels to Arbuckle on Friday for the season finale with Pierce (8-10,1-2)


Bella Vista 6, River Valley 3

River Valley’s No. 2 singles player, Jimmy Sallaberry stayed perfect on the year with a straight-set 6-1, 6-2 win, but the Falcons fell 6-3 on the road to Bella Vista Tuesday. 

Sallaberry is 16-0 in singles play. His brother, River Valley’s No. 6 ranked player, Jeshua Sallaberry recorded a 6-1, 6-1 win, while No. 5 Eddie Perez pulled out a split-set 0-6, 6-0, 6-1 victory. 

River Valley (6-10, 3-7) hosts Antelope at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Orland 8, Live Oak 1 

Live Oak boys tennis recorded one individual victory Tuesday in its 8-1 road league loss to Orland Tuesday afternoon. 

The doubles team of Chris Fregoso and Carlos Topete won its pro-set 8-5 to stave off the sweep at the hands of the Trojans. 

Live Oak (0-9, 0-8) wraps up league play at home Thursday against Colusa. The match begins at

3:30 p.m. 


Inderkum 207,

River Valley 233

The Falcons golf team came way from Tuesday’s match at Teal Bend with a tough loss.

Despite the outcome not going the team’s way, River Valley was led by the following golfers with sub-50 scores: Karn Ghoman (38), Amrit Ghoman (42) and Ryan Jelavich (47).

River Valley golf (10-5) will face Bella Vista on Thursday. 


River Valley 

John Kroeger among state’s best jumpers

River Valley High’s John Kroeger finished fourth in the varsity boys invitational long jump at the prestigious Arcadia Invitational in Southern California over the weekend. 

Kroeger recorded a mark of 22 feet, 9.25 inches competing against athletes from 31 states as well as Canada, Norway and Mexico. 

The River Valley junior currently sits fourth in California with a personal record 23-4 heading into Wednesday’s four-team meet against rival Yuba City, Roseville and Woodcreek. The meet begins at 3:30 p.m. in Yuba City. 

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