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Chico State Men's and Women's basketball both beat Humboldt to reach 20-win plateau........CCAA Tournament next week in San Bernardino......
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Pleasant Valley Boys Soccer Falls to Newark Memorial 4-1 ending their state title run.......
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Coaching Legends call it a career and Chico State hoops hosts Stanislaus at home

     The Chico State Wildcats men's and women's basketball teams hosting a couple of match-ups this weekend. It all begins with games against Stanislaus State tonight at Acker Gym. The Wildcat men and women both swept the weekend on the road beating SF State and East Bay last weekend. 

The Chico State women are 9-4 overall and 5-2 in the CCAA one game behind San Marcos in conference standings.

        The Chico State men are 10-2 overall and 5-2 in the CCAA. Stanislaus women are also 5-2 in the CCAA while the Warrior men are 1-6 in conference play.

The women play at 5:30 with the men at 7:30 and our pregame at 5:05pm on KpaySports 1290 102.9 FM and the KpaySports app

 

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The New England Patriots are expected to part ways with head coach Bill Belichick today, reports indicate.  Belichick was with the Patriots for 24 seasons, racking up an incredible record including six Super Bowl wins.  ESPN reports Belichick and Patriots owner Robert Kraft have been meeting this week to make sure the decision was mutual and without conflict.  Belichick has one year left on his contract but is expected to continue coaching elsewhere.  An official announcement is expected later today.

 

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The Crimson Tide are losing a legend.  Longtime head coach Nick Saban is retiring.  Saban won seven national championships during his career, including six as the leader of the Tide.  The 72-year-old just completed his 17th season at Alabama, which ended with a loss to the eventual national champs in the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl.  Saban is 292-71-and-1 as a college head coach, ranking him sixth all-time in the FBS in wins, and 12th in NCAA college football history regardless of division.  He also spent time at Toledo, Michigan State, LSU and the Miami Dolphins of the NFL.  

  Nick Saban is moving onto the next chapter of his life as the legendary Alabama head football coach has announced his retirement.  

 

       In a statement released on Wednesday, Saban said that the 17 years spent in Tuscaloosa weren't just about wins and losses, but about legacy and how they went about it.  The goal was to help players create more value for their future.  He also said that Alabama will always be considered home.  Saban's teams won three national championships during the Bowl Championship Series era and three more after the start of the College Football Playoff.  In ten seasons of the CFP, the Crimson Tide qualified eight times.

 

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      Pete Carroll is out as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks next season.  Carroll will remain with the organization as an adviser, and says it was a joint decision with management.

 

     Carroll thanked the players and owner Jodi Allen.  He says his role as an adviser has yet to be determined.  Carroll has been the Seahawks head coach since 2010, winning one Super Bowl and two NFC championships.  Seattle finished with a nine-and-eight record and were eliminated from playoff contention on the last day of the season.  

 

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      The New Orleans Pelicans jumped out to a big early lead and cruised to a 141-105 win over the Golden State Warriors at the Chase Center.  New Orleans never trailed and led by as many as 41 points on a night where the team shot 57.4-percent from the field.  Jonas Valanciunas [[ YO-nahs vah-lahn-CHEW-nas ]] led the way with 21 points and nine rebounds.  Zion Williamson chipped in with 19 points, while Trey Murphy the Third came off the bench to score 16.  The Pels have won six of seven to improve to 23-and-15.  Moses Moody came off the bench to lead Golden State with 21 points in the losing effort.  Steph Curry was limited to 15 points as the Warriors fell to 17-and-20.  

 

     Chico's Kurt Kitayama will play in the second PGA event of the 2024 season. Kitayama will tee it up at 9:50am on Thursday morning at the Sony Open .

 Si Woo Kim will be looking to defend his title when the Sony Open in Hawaii tees off from Waialae Country Club in Honolulu.  Kim won last year's tournament after finishing atop the leaderboard at 18 under par.  The 28-year-old will be alongside Chris Kirk and Hideki Matsuyama for the opening round.  Gary Woodland is making his return after recovering from brain surgery.  The 39-year-old will be alongside Zach Johnson and Kevin Kisner for round one.  The tournament begins with Charley Hoffman, Alex Noren and Tyson Alexander among the first group of players teeing off.

 

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