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Yesterday | via Paradise Post
Redding >> As of late Thursday, Paradise High varsity football coach Rick Prinz wasn't ready to give senior running back Wyatt Glass full access to the field for Friday night's Eastern Athletic League showdown at Shasta . Glass, one of the premier backs in the Northern Section, who's coming off a 142-yard three-touchdown performance last week in the team's 41-21 road loss to Chico, has a high-ankle sprain, Prinz said from campus Thursday. Comment?
Thursday | via Paradise Post
Paradise >> The last time the Paradise High varsity football team made the trip to Thompson Field it came away with a somewhat shocking 26-7 win as the five-seed over the fourth-seeded Wolves in the quarterfinals of the Northern Section D-II playoffs last year. Paradise rushed for nearly 300 yards and held Shasta to under 200 on the ground, coming away with a big road victory. Comment?
Saturday Oct 3 | via Mercury-Register
Pleasant Valley, which lost to Enterprise in last year's Division II finals, didn't mind stripping that label from the Hornets one bit. At least for now. Comment?
Saturday Oct 3 | via Paradise Post
Paradise defender Nick Poliquin knocks away a pass intended for Chico's Kehmarr McMillian on Friday at Asgard Yard in Chico. Chico >> For the third time in the last four years, the Chico High football team has bragging rights over Paradise in the regular season. Comment?
Friday Oct 2 | via Red Bluff Daily News
Red Bluff >> It would have been difficult to find a tougher match-up for the Spartans homecoming game Friday night than the 4-1 Shasta Wolves, who ran off with a 55-7 win at Spartan Stadium. “We didn't play a great game,” Spartans coach Corey Hein told his team after the game. Comment?
Thursday Oct 1 | via Mercury-Register
Riddle's concerns were right on the money as Paradise had nine service and attacking errors in the first set, lost the kills battle, 9-3 and dropped the opener, 25-11 to Chico. Paradise, a three-set loser at Shasta on Tuesday, would battle back with wins in the second and fourth sets, as well as in the match-deciding fifth to come away victorious over the upper-division Panthers, 11-25, 25-20, 25-27, 25-17, 15-11 in an Eastern Athletic-Sacramento River League battle on the ridge. Comment?
Thursday Oct 1 | via Paradise Post
Chico High's Hannah Houston blocks an attempt from Paradise sophomore outside hitter Carly Otten during the Bobcats' five-set win at home over rival Chico Thursday night in Paradise. Emily Bertolino - Enterprise-Record “Before the I was really worried personally because I could see that my team wasn't pumped up and this was that we had to be really pumped up for,” the Paradise High junior said. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Mercury-Register
Chico High's Kehmarr McMillian reacts to a play in the team's 42-7 win over Enterprise on Sept. 25. The past three regular-season meetings for the Paradise and Chico High football teams have all went to overtime. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Paradise Post
Redding >> To push for a league championship, Shasta High's varsity girls volleyball team understands the importance of not letting a loss linger. The Wolves continued to avoid consecutive Eastern Athletic-Sac River League defeats under the direction of fourth-year head coach Hilari Freeman with a sweep of the visiting Paradise Bobcats 25-19, 25-10, 25-23 Tuesday night at Harlan Carter Gymnasium. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via Paradise Post
In its second-to-last tournament, the Paradise High varsity girls volleyball team split its four matches last weekend at the Battle of the Buttes at Sutter, beating lower division foe Fall River and playoff rival Oroville and falling to D-IV Sutter and D-V out-of-section opponent Woodland Christian. The Bobcats resumed their season late Tuesday at Eastern Athletic-Sacramento River League foe Shasta . Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via Mercury-Register
Pleasant Valley High's Jordan Cooley runs for yardage against the Shasta defense during the Vikings' game Friday night in Redding. Redding >> Of course it had to come down to the last possession in a one-score game between Shasta and Pleasant Valley High's football teams. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 22 | via Paradise Post
Hannah Pembroke of Pleasant Valley reaches to block a Cassidy Brott spike during the Vikings sweep at home over the Bobcats Tuesday. Emily Bertolino - Enterprise-Record. Comment?
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