By Chandler Guadagnin
If you can’t get enough sports, there is no need to worry. KPAY Sports is proud to announce that in addition to broadcasting 2017 Chico Heat Baseball live, the station will air archived games from local sports teams. These games include High School Football, Butte College Football, Chico State Basketball and Baseball, as well as Chico Heat Baseball.
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By Mike Baca
ROADRUNNER MEN OUTLAST SAC CITY
The Butte College Roadrunner men’s basketball team moved to 9-5 on the season with a 90-83 overtime win over Sacramento City College on Monday.
The Roadrunners trailed by two with six seconds left before Josiah Wood hit two free throws to send the game into the extra session.
Michael Shoemaker led the Roadrunners with 18 points. Butte will take on Umpqua College today at the Siskiyous Tournament in Weed.
ROADRUNNER WOMEN FALL TO YUBA
The Butte College women’s basketball team fell to Yuba College 90-88 on Monday night at Cowan Gym. With the loss the Roadrunner women fall to 1-10 on the season.
HIGH SCHOOL HOOPS SCORES
The Chico High Panthers boys basketball team fell to Central Catholic High at the Enterprise Tournament on Monday night 69-64. The Panthers will take on Grants Pass from Oregon as they continue tournament play today.
The Chico High girls basketball team moved to 8-2 with a 73-32 win over Turlock Christian at the West Coast Jamboree. They will play Cloverdale later this afternoon at 5pm.
The Oroville High girls basketball team got a win at the Clark Cochran Christmas Tournament in Ketchikan, Alaska beating Hutchinson High 32-22. With the win the Tigers move to 6-5 on the season. They will play in the semi-finals of the tournament tonight at 7:30pm