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The Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox returned to the field on a somber note Thursday following the tragic death of its photographer, Michael Sanchez. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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Fresh off a series split last weekend at home, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox reconvene Thursday for their first game that’s open to the general public. 

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The dawn of any new season brings with it optimism and some uncertainty with how it will play out: how teams do and how players develop over the long haul. 

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Editor’s Note: In a normal year it would be time for spring football camps to be gearing up around the area. This year, however; due to the ongoing public health crisis surrounding coronavirus, many teams are still uncertain about when they can begin working out, and if there will even be a …

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In collaboration with the county and local public health officer Dr. Phuong Luu, the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox have designed a plan to be one of the first live sports programs in the country to begin playing games this summer. 

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 Editor’s Note: In a normal year it would be time for spring football camps to be gearing up around the area. This year, however; due to the ongoing public health crisis surrounding coronavirus, many teams are still uncertain about when they can begin working out, and if there will even be a…

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 Despite a very short season due to school and sports shutdowns over coronavirus, the area received multiple selections for the annual Optimist all-star game, which was split into four separate teams based on school size and proximity. 

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Some of the premier softball talent in the area was selected to play in the annual Optimist all-star game, featuring the top senior athletes of the Sacramento region. 

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 Editor’s Note: In a normal year it would be time for spring football camps to be gearing up around the area. This year, however; due to the ongoing public health crisis surrounding coronavirus, many teams are still uncertain about when they can begin working out, and if there will even be a…

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Even though this season was cut short due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Yuba City High baseball coach Dave Rodriguez has totaled a boatload of good memories while leading the dugout at Honker Field since 2012. 

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 Despite her role as one of the top scorers for the Wheatland High girls basketball team, head coach Carlethe Embry said Logan Garza is a playmaking-type athlete who always fits the needed role on any particular day. 

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It’s called Be The Light, and it’s quickly gaining national notoriety among schools all across the country. 

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Not much more than twenty-hours ago high school spring sports were canceled all across California in light of public safety concerns surrounding coronavirus. 

Yuba City High baseball coach Dave Rodriguez said he delivered a message to his team shortly after the California Interscholastic Federation announced Friday that the remainder of the high school spring sports season would be canceled.

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The Wheatland High girls basketball team maintained its ascent atop the Butte View League and Northern Section Division IV perennial powers this past season. 

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Postseason accolades have begun to roll in, and first up is the prep boys and girls soccer honors following the 2019-20 winter season. 

Editor’s Note: Two of our bigger leagues within the Sac-Joaquin Section are the Pioneer Valley League and Capital Valley Conference. PVL houses two of our main schools in Marysville and Lindhurst, while the CVC schedule has Yuba City and River Valley squaring off. Today: We look at statistic…

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Editor’s Note: High school softball teams have only played a handful of games in 2020, but there are still a variety of area talent putting up big numbers in the small sample size that was played prior to the temporary postponement of spring sports due to the coronavirus outbreak. 

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Editor’s Note: Baseball is a numbers sport and we have some stat darlings through the first few games played in the Northern Section before everything was put on hold amid public health concerns surrounding coronavirus. Today we take a look at the Northern Section’s prep baseball stat leaders. 

Hailey Peterson and Emma McConville signed their national letters of Intent to play for Simpson University (Redding) and William Jessup University (Rocklin) the day before Sutter High School closed its doors amid public health concerns surrounding coronavirus. 

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Editor’s Note: The Appeal is working to feature as many area teams as possible following the temporary shutdown of spring sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Today: East Nicolaus High softball speaks out about a forced hiatus to help stop the spread of coronavirus. 

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Editor’s Note: The Appeal is working to feature as many area teams as possible following the temporary shutdown of spring sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Today: Yuba City High baseball coaches and players speak out about a forced hiatus to help stop the spread of coronavirus. 

Last week Sutter High softball player Reagan Ford inked her commitment to play collegiate softball at Oklahoma Baptist University.