RED BLUFF — The Paradise Adventist girls volleyball team ran into a buzz saw Friday in the Northern Section Division VI finals at Red Bluff High School. The top-seeded Bulldogs swept the Cougars 25-17, 25-15, 25-12 in a match that saw Fall River use mini runs throughout each set to pull away. The Bulldogs had three players with at least five kills and seven players with at least one kill.
Red Bluff >> The kids nowadays do the “I Believe That We Will Win” chant. Chico volleyball coach had that thought in his mind way back in August. After losing the regular season set to crosstown rival Pleasant Valley, the Panthers belief that they would win came to fruition Friday in the Northern Section Division II playoffs. Chico, which had lost a pair of five-set matches to the Vikings came out and won the section title in four sets, 25-23, 23-25, 25-22, 25-20. “Aug.
Cottonwood >> Every time the starter’s pistol went off Thursday at the Northern Section Cross -Country Championships a downpour came. The rain didn’t matter, however, for Chico’s Charlie Giannini who ran to an individual section title in 15 minutes, 45 seconds over the 3-mile course at West Valley High School. “Oh I could feel it,” Giannini said.
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Selecting a term
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