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As league play rolls around this week, Shasta County Sports is taking a look at 10 players who impressed during preseason and who we think hoop heads should keep and eye on.
As league play rolls around this week, Shasta County Sports is taking a look at 10 girls players who impressed during preseason and who we think hoop heads should keep and eye on.
League play begins this week and that means it’s time to take a look at the standings and top stat leaders (updated on MaxPreps) so far this season for girls basketball.
League play begins this week and that means it’s time to take a look at the standings and top stat leaders (updated on MaxPreps) so far this season.
West Valley High’s wrestling team won the NorCal ‘Beast of the North’ 2019 wrestling tournament Saturday at Anderson High School.
We hope you’re enjoying family, friends and the traditions we all hold dear.
As we all pause to celebrate the season, we’d like to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Shasta County Sports team – TJ, Aaron, Tracy and Mike.
Well-balanced scoring combined with hard-nose, harassing defense has been the key to success thus far in the preseason. Add in the Shasta County Sports No. 9 ranked player (Sean Proscher) and it is a nightmare for the opposing team.
“Trust the process” is a popular moniker being thrown around with the resurgent Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA. The Central Valley girls basketball team bringing the mentality to the local level.
Here’s a compilation of the various all-league teams from throughout the Northern Section. The all league selections are based on league bylaws and coach voting. The All-Section volleyball teams, voted upon by media members from throughout the north state, will be release soon.
Eight Northern Section teams and several individuals competed in the CIF State Cross-Country Championships in Fresno on Saturday
Foothill’s Osborne second at NSCIF cross-country championships, leads girls to D-III title
Twenty Shasta County runners qualify for CIF State cross-country championships
West Valley clinches the No. 1 seed in the Northern Section Division III playoffs with a defensive statement in a 49-0 lopsided win over Central Valley Friday night in the Valley Bowl.
With a home playoff game secured last week, Foothill High’s football team is seeing just how far it can push it.
The only thing for certain in the Division II playoff chase is that the Shasta Wolves are locked in the …
Shasta’s Skyler Royse swims Saturday in the Northern Section Masters at Shasta College. Royse won three events and earned Male …
When Shasta last stepped onto Foothill’s Bill Johnson Community Stadium on Aug. 17 in a scrimmage, the Wolves didn’t have a lot to lean on.
The coveted River Bowl trophy is starting to get comfortable on the west side. And that’s a problem for those in Black and Gold who have yet to experience holding the cup.
Not every rivalry has a trophy or a title attached to it. Foothill has played the third-wheel to historic Shasta and Enterprise’s annual River Bowl despite being better than both squads some years.
Leslie Cumming threw for one score, but it wasn’t enough as PV beat the Hornets 48-19 on Friday. (File photo …
One of the biggest games of the year is finally here – and it’s not River Bowl, Fair Bowl or even involve a single Redding team.
Get your popcorn ready, North State football fans. It’s about to get wild.
The gauntlet begins. For Foothill, how’s about starting with Eastern Athletic League perennial power Paradise to start?
JC Hunsaker knew this season would be a test. A test of character, dedication and hard work.
The past few years, U-Prep has been a program on the rise. A new head coach with a winning pedigree in Darren Trueblood and his former staff from Enterprise is inserted to lead the way and the players have followed.
Don’t discount the Eagles just because they play in a lower division. They have proven they belong with the best …
Central Valley coach Jesse Rogers said getting his first win as the Falcons varsity coach would be a huge sigh of relief.
Two-hundred, eighty days. That’s how long its been since both Foothill and West Valley took the field, losing in the Northern Section semifinals in their respected divisions.
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great scores and games last night.