Championship weekend is here and it’s a hoops heaven for basketball lovers with 10 games spread out over two days, starting Friday at Butte College with Divisions IV and V and wrapping up Saturday at Shasta College with Divisions III, V, and VII.Read More
Make no mistake – the Enterprise girls basketball team is no one-trick pony. Yes, Jadyn Matthews is the senior leader of the 24-5 Hornets, but the cast that surrounds her can ball.
And the top-seeded Hornets did just that Tuesday in a 77-36 Northern Section Division III semifinal win over Red Bluff at Manatowa Gym that saw 11 of the 14 rostered players score. All playoff coverage is presented by Redding Rancheria.Read More
Enterprise capped its 23-5, 10-0 EAL regular season with blowout wins over Shasta and Chico last week and assured itself that the road to the D-III crown runs through the Hornets. For that, the Hornets are the Shasta County Sports Girls Basketball Team of the Week for the third time this season.Read More
It isn’t just that Jadyn Matthews might be the most complete girls basketball player in the Northern Section. It’s that Matthews makes those around he better too.Read More
If one thing is confirmed after Thursday night, it’s that the Hornets are on a different planet compared to the rest of the Northern Section.Read More
We offer 15 players who’ve shown they can come night in, night out and give their team an opportunity to win. Making the list doesn’t ensure postseason honors (just as not making this list doesn’t exclude from a possible MVP run).Read More
Enterprise girls basketball coach Anthony Williams wasn’t worried when his Hornets were down 9-3 after the first eight minutes of play Saturday against Foothill at the Rally in the Valley at Central Valley High School.
Williams’ Hornets continued to shoot and found their shot in the third period, racing to a 63-48 win.Read More
With a full week or more under our belts, it’s time for the ladies. The 45th annual Harlan Carter basketball tournament tips off Thursday at Shasta High School and runs through the championship game on Saturday. The Enterprise Hornets are defending champions and look to make it two in a row. They open against Willows, while fellow district school Foothill opens with Placer and the host Shasta Wolves have Eureka at 7 p.m. Thursday in the marquee game. Other schools include Chico and Sacramento High.Read More
The Enterprise girls basketball team lived up to that principle last week, going 3-1 and showing a moxie in its lone loss. For its efforts, the Enterprise girls team is this week’s Shasta County Sports girls basketball Team of the Week.Read More