Max Stassi’s season amidst a pandemic is wrapping up with only five games remaining including Tuesday night’s affair at San Diego.
Two days after a three-hit performance and first home run since Aug. 6, Yuba City High product Max Stassi returned to the starting lineup for the Angels Friday night in the series opener against Texas.
For the first time in 16 games, Yuba City High product Max Stassi powered one into the empty bleachers at Angel Stadium with a two-run shot to left-center Wednesday against Arizona, cutting a once 4-0 deficit in half.
Reno’s Randy Hedrick finally earned a coveted victory at All American Speedway, winning both 35-lap Late Model features on Saturday night during the fourth night of NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series racing in Roseville.
For the first time this year there was a pair of Yuba City High products on the same field on opposite sidelines, as Max Stassi (not in Friday’s starting lineup) visited Coors Field as a member of the Los Angeles Angels to take on the Colorado Rockies, assisted by bullpen coach and former Ho…
Editor’s Note: High school football is nonexistent right now in California due to the ongoing public health crisis surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, so today we took at look at some of the beasts in the area from years past, courtesy of a stat page put together by https://sites.google.com/v…
While he wasn’t in the lineup Wednesday night, Yuba City High product Max Stassi has returned to the Los Angeles Angels active roster following a knee injury that kept him out over a week.
Yuba City High product Max Stassi was activated off injured reserve over the weekend and managed a 2-for-3 day at the plate, while scoring a couple runs for the Angels in a 9-5 win over Houston.
As a lifelong hunting enthusiast, Yuba City resident Mike Corbella knew at some point soon that he was going to be handing down the tricks and trade of his hunting skill-set to his son, Carter.
Brisa Barriga said she had never taken a single online course before being forced to this year due to the ongoing public health crisis surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Northern Section moved one step closer to finalizing a 2020-21 prep sports calendar that will provide the framework for member schools to plan for a return to competition.
The United States Golf Association (USGA) has awarded a $5,000 grant to First Tee of San Joaquin to further their efforts of introducing young people to the game of golf and experiences that empower children to build strength and character. This grant is one of 51 other grants being awarded …
Nearly six years ago, Austin Allbert dressed in beaded pants, a fringed vest and a feathered headdress, and allowed his art teacher to decorate his face with “war paint.”
One of the few bright spots during the pandemic has been the emergence of Yuba City High product Max Stassi in Major League Baseball.
Cory McIntyre had not one but two championship runs in his final year as a Yuba-Sutter resident, before heading off to college in the fall.
Yuba City High product Max Stassi returned to the starting lineup Friday night as the Angels’ catcher, hoping to give the team a spark against the leader of the National League West Dodgers in game one of the Southern California freeway series.
All-American Speedway continues its return to NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series racing on Saturday evening, hosting round two of the 2020 championship season in Roseville.
A year ago at this time high school sports in the Yuba-Sutter-Colusa area were bustling, with athletes and coaches engaging in daily workouts to prepare for their upcoming seasons.
With fans unable to attend matches, Republic FC has embraced new innovations to connect with fans during games and provide more opportunities to showcase their fandom.
Manager Bob Melvin waited until the very last seconds before Wednesday’s first pitch in Anaheim before officially submitting the lineup. The A’s hadn’t heard back from Major League Baseball regarding Ramón Laureano’s suspension appeal – he wasn’t sure if their prized outfielder could play that day.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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.