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Chico State Baseball continues road swing in Colorado against Mesa......4:45 Friday pregame on KpaySports 1290 & 102.9 FM
Chico State Softball has four-game Humboldt series pushed to Monday in Arcata.....
Chico High and PV baseball both on play road games Friday.......
DeChambeau leads Masters by one stroke over Scheffler.....completion of round one.....and round two on Friday......
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Warriors keep winning.....Kings suffer tough loss......guaranteed play-in tournament game.......

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Chico State Baseball and Softball fall flat in Monday Double-Headers......PV girls on doorstep of State Title Match-up hosts Colfax

     Tough day for the Chico State Baseball and Softball teams. Both teams get swept in CCAA series on Monday. 

     Wildcat softball loses all four games to the Stanislaus State Warriors losing yesterday 7-2 and 1-0. Chico suffers their second sweep at the hands of a CCAA opponent falling to 3-11 overall and 3-9 in the CCAA.

Chico softball will host Sonoma in a four game series this weekend.


The Chico State Baseball team gets swept by the SF State Gators in a double-header at The Nett yesterday.

The Wildcats could not get out of the first innings of both games as SF State batted around in both games.

     Chico starters last a total of 2/3 of an inning combined in the two games. The Gators scored five runs in the 1st inning of game one and 6 runs in the 1st inning of game two. SF State wins by scores of 13-9 and 9-2. 

Armando Murillo and Derek Lafarriere combined for 20 hits in 33 at-bats in the series.

The Gators scored 34 runs on 54 hits in the four game series. 

Chico falls to 8-5 overall and 3-5 in the CCAA. Chico hits the road to take on Stanislaus

in a four game series this weekend in Turlock. Game one of the series is Friday at 6pm.


The Pleasant Valley Vikings girls basketball team will take on Colfax tonight at Varley Gym with berth in the Division II State Championship game on the line. Colfax comes in at 33-2 and is the 4th seed in the tournament. PV comes in at 26-7 and couldn't be riding higher after AJ Gambol's fabulous fling to win their game against Oakland Tech on Saturday night. 

Game time is 7pm at Varley Gym. The winner takes on the Southern California representative at the Golden One Center this weekend.....


Butte College Women get ready for Consumnes River this Saturday. Butte trailed 48-47 against Hartnell but countered with an 18-2 run and won going away 81-57. Butte is 28-1 and has won 24 straight.

Consumnes River knocked off San Jose City 71-61 and comes in at 23-6.

Butte is in the Sweet Sixteen for the second straight year and is ranked number one in the state. They will play Consumnes River at 6pm at Cowan Gym on Saturday night.

All-State 1st Team Selection Morgan Triguero led the Roadrunners with

21 points and 10 boards knocking down 5 threes, Sarah Tait had 15 points and 7 rebounds while Jocelyn Medina had 14 points 6 assists and

5 steals. 


      Today is the official deadline for NFL teams to use the franchise tag on players that are set to become free agents.  Teams are allowed to "tag" one player, which allows them to play under a one-year contract in the upcoming season.  The value of the deal is based on the average of the top five salaries in the player's position.  Wide receiver Tee Higgins has already been tagged by the Cincinnati Bengals and star cornerback L'Jarius Sneed has also been tagged by the Kansas City Chiefs. The deadline is set for 4 p.m. Eastern this afternoon


       Iowa women's basketball superstar Caitlin Clark continues to draw millions of television viewers.  Nearly three-point-four-million people tuned in to Fox to watch Caitlin Clark break Pete Maravich's all-time NCAA scoring record against Ohio State on Sunday.  More people watched her final regular-season game than the Boston Celtics-Golden State Warriors game on ABC the same day.  The game was the most-watched women's basketball game since at least 2010 and shattered this season's previous high mark of almost one-point-nine million viewers when Iowa and Ohio State played in January.  Last week, Clark announced her decision to head to the WNBA following the end of her season at Iowa.


Two high profile starting pitchers are apparently gaining more interest as Opening Day in the MLB approaches.  Scott Boras told the media on Monday that four new teams have inquired on Jordan Montgomery and Blake Snell.  The agent for both players said there's a "pitching panic" going on in the league and some teams' "competitive seasons" are at risk.  Montgomery is coming off a World Series title with the Texas Rangers and sported a 3.20 ERA in nearly 189 innings pitched.  Snell won the NL Cy Young award with the San Diego Padres last season and led the majors with a 2.25 ERA.  Opening Day is on March 28th.


      The Warriors are back on their home hardwood.  Golden State hosts the Milwaukee Bucks tomorrow night at the Chase Center.  The Warriors come off a 140-88 loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday.  Lester Quinones paced the team with 17 points in the setback.  Stephen Curry was limited to four points and went 0-for-9 from beyond the arc.  The Warriors are ninth in the West at 32-and-28.


      The Kings failed to pick up a win at home.  Sacramento lost to the Chicago Bulls 113-109 at the Golden 1 Center.  The Kings were outscored 36-18 in the fourth quarter.  De'Aaron Fox led the way with 20 points and 10 assists.  Domantas Sabonis chipped in 18 points and 21 rebounds in the losing effort.  The Kings have lost three of four and sit seventh in the West at 34-and-26.  They visit the Los Angeles Lakers tomorrow night.


       The Sharks are looking to put an end to their seven-game losing streak.  San Jose hosts the Dallas Stars tonight at the SAP Center.  The Sharks come off a 4-3 loss to the Minnesota Wild on Sunday.  Anthony Duclair, Mikael Granlund and Nico Sturm lit the lamp in the losing effort.  The Sharks are at the bottom of the Pacific Division at 15-39-and-6.


      The Giants are continuing spring training action.  San Francisco hosts the Milwaukee Brewers this afternoon at Scottsdale Stadium.  The Giants are coming off a 12-10 loss to the Colorado Rockies yesterday.  J.D. Davis was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, while Nick Ahmed went 2-for-2 with an RBI and three runs scored in the setback.  Jose Cruz was charged with the loss on the mound.   The Giants are 2-6-and-2.


      The Athletics are taking the day off from the diamond.  Oakland visits the LA Angels tomorrow afternoon at Tempe Diablo Stadium.  The A's come off a 15-8 loss to the Cincinnati Reds yesterday.  Shea Langeliers homered for the first time this spring in the setback.  Zach Jackson was charged with the loss on the mound.  The A's are 5-and-5.


      A former American League MVP is retiring from baseball.  Josh Donaldson joined former player Sean Casey's podcast on Monday and announced that he's hanging up his cleats for good.  The 38-year-old won MVP honors with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2015 after slugging 41 homers and driving in 123 runs.  The third-baseman finished with 279 home runs and 816 RBI over his 13-year career.  He was originally selected by the Chicago Cubs in the second round of the 2007 draft out of Auburn.  Donaldson made stops with the Oakland Athletics, Cleveland Guardians, Atlanta Braves, Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees and Milwaukee Brewers.


      The Cardinal and Golden Bears are going head-to-head on the hardwood this week.  Stanford will host Cal on Thursday night at Maples Pavilion.  The Cardinal have lost six in-a-row to enter at 12-and-17.  The Golden Bears are riding a two-game losing streak to enter at 13-and-17.


       The Earthquakes are back on the pitch this weekend.  San Jose hosts the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night at PayPal Park.  The Quakes come off a 3-1 loss to the LA Galaxy last week.  San Jose sits at the bottom of the Western Conference at 0-2-and-0.

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