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Double team Austin Larson they say. Make the other guys beat you. Well, that didn’t work so well either.
When it comes to defense, there might not be a more tenacious girls basketball team in the Northern Section.
There’s still a ton of basketball still to be played between now and the section finals in late February. But the start of league, it’s time to take a look at those players that have stepped up their game over the preseason and enter league as legitimate MVP candidates.
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.
Redding Christian will always lean on its defense. When you have a shutdown guard like Sadie Alexander who carries out the passion of her father and coach Scott Alexander and his defensive mindset, it’s a given.
Most teams don’t play more than three games in a week — even in the preseason. Most teams also usually have depth. And most teams are usually dependent on upperclassmen.
Points, rebounds, wins, records. It’s all starting to pile up for Redding Christian’s Austin Larson.
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.
Lopsided games are becoming the norm for Redding Christian’s boys basketball team.
The 2018 All Northern Section volleyball team was announced today and Shasta County saw eight players land on the three teams, including three first-team selections.
If you aren’t paying attention to Austin Larson this season,clear your schedules. It looks like he’s playing 2K on “Rookie” mode.
The Redding Christian boys basketball team pounded its competition over the weekend to win the John Holland Tournament in Greenville, winning by an average of 41 points per game.
The Redding Christian girls basketball team won its own tournament over the weekend, beating Hayfork, Hosanna Christian and American Christian Academy by a combined average of 34 points per game over the weekend.
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.
What will Austin Larson do for an encore?
Eight Northern Section teams and several individuals competed in the CIF State Cross-Country Championships in Fresno on Saturday
The Redding Christian Lions couldn’t convert the go-ahead 2-point conversion with 1:17 left and saw their 2018 season end as they came up just short, losing 21-20 to No. 1 Big Valley in a Northern section Division VI semifinal on Friday night.
Follow the high school football scores and action from the opening week of the Northern Section playoffs, highlighted by No. 4 Foothill (5-5) hosting No. 5 Shasta 3-7) in the Redding Rancheria Game of the Week.
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
Redding Christian’s one hiccup came at the worst time of the season — losing the Northern Section Division VI final to snap a 15-match win streak.
This Week in 8-Man Football Semi-Final Playoff Edition:
Redding Christian lost in three sets to the Paradise Adventist Cougars in Saturday’s Northern Section Division VI championship
The Redding Christian Lions came into the first round of the playoffs angry.
With a home playoff game secured last week, Foothill High’s football team is seeing just how far it can push it.
Shasta’s Skyler Royse swims Saturday in the Northern Section Masters at Shasta College. Royse won three events and earned Male …
Redding Christian’s Clark Smith was tackled at the goal line and called short of the end zone on the final play and the Lions fell to unbeaten Big Valley 27-20 in heartbreaking fashion Friday night in the final regular season game.
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.
West Valley will #Playfor8 this week against Lassen less than a week after teammate Tyson Wacker died from injuries sustained …
The final regular season game is Friday. The North League champion will be decided between Big Valley and Redding Christian.
The Redding Christian Lions came into their Friday night game on a three game win streak over the three teams at the bottom of league standings.
Redding Christian earned the top seed in Division VI, while U-Prep also earned the one-seed in Division IV. (Photo by …
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.
The Redding Christian boys and girls swim team both placed fourth at the Northern Athletic League championships while the U-Prep Panthers captured the boys and girls titles with West Valley finishing as the runner-up.
For 8-Man, there are just two weeks left in the regular season.
Redding Christian volleyball repeats as league champs
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.
Take a look at the Northern Section 8-man football scene heading into Week 6 from Shasta County Sports 8-man football correspondent Wil Keepers.
Get your popcorn ready, North State football fans. It’s about to get wild.
Take a look at the Northern Section 8-man football scene heading into Week 5 from Shasta County Sports 8-man football correspondent Wil Keepers.
The Redding Christian Lions lost a tough back and forth affair to the Tulelake Honkers Friday afternoon 28-21.
The gauntlet begins. For Foothill, how’s about starting with Eastern Athletic League perennial power Paradise to start?
Take a look at the Northern Section 8-man football scene heading into Week 4 from Shasta County Sports 8-man football correspondent Wil Keepers.
Redding Christian’s football team rebounded from back-to-back losses with a 43-14 home victory over Hayfork Friday night.
JC Hunsaker knew this season would be a test. A test of character, dedication and hard work.
Fall River remained No. 1 in the Division V media poll released Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of Craig Harrington / Intermountain …
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.
Take a look at the Northern Section 8-man football scene heading into Week 2 from Shasta County Sports 8-man football correspondent Wil Keepers.
All but one top ranked team held on to its spot as the second week of games. Sutter, which had …
After dominating its opener, the Redding Christian football team ran into a Los Molinos team that returned all but two players from last years semifinal squad, and the experience gap showed as the Bulldogs won at home 50-0 Friday night.
Don’t discount the Eagles just because they play in a lower division. They have proven they belong with the best …
One week is in the books for the Northern Section high school football season. Even with only that one game played, there is quite a bit of shakeup in the weekly Media Poll.
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.