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Chico State Baseball begins post-season quest at The Nett.....2:45pm pre-game versus Dominguez Hills TODAY.........
Chico State Softball takes on Dominguez Hills at Regionals begin on Thursday.......
Warriors look to oust Memphis in Game 5 tonight.....catch the game here at 6:45pm.......
A's split double-dip as they look to find offensive consistency........
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ALMOND BOWL 50 TONIGHT ON KPAYSPORTS 1290 !!!!

--It's the 50th installment of the Almond Bowl tonight as the Chico High Panthers take on the Pleasant Valley Vikings. So many memorable match-ups and great games....tonight should be another. Chico is 6-1 while PV is 4-3. LISTEN LIVE tonight at 7:30pm on KpaySports 1290 !

 

 

     The Chico State men's and women's soccer teams hosting two matches this weekend of old CCAA foes. San Francisco State is in town today

as the women play at 4:30 while the men take the pitch at 7pm. On Sunday Both the Wildcat squads will host Sonoma State, BUT because of the

downpour that is expected the matches will be played at Pleasant Valley High School's turf field. It will also be Senior Day for the Wildcats as the men's and women's  teams honor their seniors.....

     The women enter the weekend 7-3-2 overall and 3-1-2 in the CCAA while the men are 4-8 overall and 3-3 in the CCAA.

 

     The CCAA Cross Country Championships are in San Marcos tomorrow as the nationally ranked men's and women's teams look to keep one of 

the most amazing and longest streaks of success going.....The women have won 13 straight conferenece titles while the men have won 19 in a row.

Their dominance is a true dynasty in collegiate running as the Wildcats look to springboard to the West Regionals in Monmouth, Oregon in two weeks.....

 

 

     The Los Angeles Dodgers are still alive in the NL Championship Series after snapping out of their hitting funk while getting an outstanding performance from six relievers.

     Chris Taylor slammed three home runs and drove in six as the Dodgers clobbered the Braves, 11-2 in Game 5, sending the series back to Atlanta. Taylor belted two-run homers in the second and fifth innings before delivering a solo shot. He overshadowed teammate AJ Pollock, who provided a solo shot and a three-run blast.

     Taylor had four of the Dodgers’ 17 hits, while Pollock, Trea Turner and Cody Bellinger had three apiece.

     The LA bullpen limited Atlanta to three runs while striking out nine over 8 1/3 innings. Dodgers relievers allowed their team to rebound after starter Joe Kelly left with an injury in the first inning, shortly after giving up a two-run homer to Freddie Freeman.

     Losing pitcher Max Fried (freed) was lifted with two out in the fifth, charged with five runs and eight hits.

     Game 6 is Saturday in Atlanta.

     Braves slugger Jorge Soler (soh-LEHR’) struck out as a pinch-hitter after being cleared for COVID-19.

     Dodgers infielder Justin Turner is done for the season following a hamstring injury sustained in Wednesday’s loss.

 

ALCS-ASTROS/RED SOX

HOUSTON (AP) — It will be Luis Garcia starting for the Astros against Boston’s Nathan Eovaldi (eh-VAHL’-dee) in Game 6 of the AL Championship Series on Friday.

Astros manager Dusty Baker announced his pitching selection Thursday afternoon as his team holds a three-games-to-two lead in the series. García started Game 2 and gave up a grand slam in the first inning before leaving with no outs in the second because of discomfort in his right knee.

 

 Stephen Curry hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 56.8 seconds remaining as part of his 45-point performance in the Warriors' 115-113 triumph over the Clippers. Damion Lee hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 5:55 remaining and scored 11 points off the bench for Golden State. Paul George had 29 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in the Clippers’ season opener.

 

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