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Colusa Volleyball: Small but mighty

In 2021, the RedHawks (32-9) went undefeated in the Sacramento Valley League claiming the crown outright for quite possibly the first time in school...

Maxwell Volleyball: Coming back strong

Last season, the Panthers finished 18-5 overall, going on a five-game win streak to bring home the inaugural Northern Section Division VII title. Hoping to...

Eight locals earn All-America Cheer honors

Colusa County will be well represented on the All-American Cheer Squad as four cheerleaders from Colusa High School and four from Williams High School...

Jr. Softball All-Stars do Colusa proud

Colusa Area Little League’s Junior Softball team saw its remarkable run come to an end on July 24 in Tucson, Arizona, but not before...

Coaches Corner: Eric Lay

In 2020 with COVID protocols forcing high school sports to go dark, the Pioneer Review embarked on a series entitled “Coaches Corner” featuring the...

Gross repeats as Trinity County derby winner

For the second year in a row, Colusa’s Brett Gross was the last man standing at the Trinity County Fair’s Destruction Derby on July...

Coaches Corner: Scott Burnum

In 2020 with COVID protocols forcing high school sports to go dark, the Pioneer Review embarked on a series entitled “Coaches Corner” featuring the...

Ducks on target at national championships

Colusa County’s Youth Shooting Sports Team kept its eyes on the prize when it participated in the 2022 U.S. Open Youth Clay Shooting Championships...

RedHawks host youth football camp

Nearly 50 aspiring football players, between the ages of 5 and 14, turned out July 13-14 for a two-day youth camp, put on by...

Three RedHawks earn All-State baseball honors

On the heels of their record setting 33-1 season, it comes as no surprise that three RedHawk baseball players - Ethan Lay, Luke Kalfsbeek,...

Coaches Corner: Tina Lyons

In 2020, with COVID protocols forcing high school sports to go dark, the Pioneer Review embarked on a series entitled “Coaches Corner,” featuring the...

Coaches Corner: Kim Travis

In 2020 with COVID protocols forcing high school sports to go dark, the Pioneer Review embarked on a series entitled “Coaches Corner” featuring the...

Majors baseball captures Dist. 2 crown

Colusa Area Little League’s major division team made short work of the competition at the District 2 Tournament in Browns Valley, which ran from...

‘Jacket football back at it

Looking to build upon last season’s success, the Williams Yellowjackets football team has been hard at it this summer. In the weight room and on...

County football teams gearing up for fall

With the football season less than two months away, local high school teams are gearing up by getting in some reps over the summer. One...

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