Friday, May 27, 2022

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2022-05-12

Hawks remain unbeaten as regular season ends

In what is shaping up as a banner year, the RedHawks concluded regular season play last week with an eruption of runs, outscoring their...

Lady Panthers continue winning streak

With the announcement of playoff brackets from Northern CIF Friday, the Lady Jackets added two more big wins to their record last week. Williams played...

Colusa Ducks take podium in Stockton

On Saturday, May 7, the Colusa Ducks shot in the 5th series shoot in Stockton with a four way tie for first place in...

Maxwell shuts out Redding Christian

In their final regular season game on May 6, Maxwell went on the road against Redding Christian, bringing home a 4-0 victory. A scoreless first...

Colusa softball ends SVL play with sweep of Live Oak

Colusa softball finished the regular season strong, posting two victories over Live Oak last week that allowed the RedHawks (13-14, 8-6) to move ahead...

Pierce boys run away SVL track title

With Arostegui Stadium in Live Oak providing the backdrop, the Pierce varsity boys track team out-ran, out-threw, and out-jumped the competition last Friday afternoon...

Maxwell patriot named Rodeo Grand Marshal

Elsa Johnson, who has been named Grand Marshal of the 91st annual Maxwell Rodeo Parade, is red, white, and blue to the bone. Johnson, 81,...

Quilt Guild welcomes North State quilter

The Pacific Flyway Quilters will host quilter Marjorie McGraw, of Cottonwood, at their May 16, meeting. McGraw is known throughout the north state for...

Life is good: Forever friend

I can still see us; two little girls having a peanut butter sandwich picnic. My forever friend Joanne Long and I would ride our bikes...

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