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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......
Download the KpaySports APP and listen to Fox Sports Radio and Chico State Baseball all over the globe.....
Warriors keep winning.....Kings suffer tough loss......guaranteed play-in tournament game.......

Sports News Archives for 2020-03



     The Chico State Basketball team was holed up in their hotels while the Chico State Baseball team was on a bus heading to Los Angeles for a four-game series with Cal State Los Angeles. By days end, both teams would be back in their respective busses headed back to Chico with their seasons coming to a premature end as the ever-changing Coronavirus pandemic hits the United States.


     The Wildcat men were slated to play in a 1st Round NCAA Tournament game versus Seattle-Pacific at RIMAC Arena. As of 11:30am on Thursday morning the 1st Round games were still on with teams practicing on the UCSD campus. But, less than two hours later, after widespread cancellations of Division I postseason conference tournaments. The decision was made to not only scrap the men's and women's basketball tournaments, affectionatley known as March Madness, but they also cancelled spring sports.


     The decision was a shock to the Chico State men's basketball team which rebounded from a 9-14 season to win 23 games and earn the 4th seed in the West Region of the NCAA Tournament. Their season ends, and so ends the career of their lone senior Justin Briggs who set a new school record for career blocked shots. Briggs was also named the inaugural Defensive Player of the Year in the CCAA.


     When word leaked out that spring sports were cancelled it was a major gut punch to the Chico State Softball team which was ranked 2nd in the nation with a record of 19-2. A crushing blow to a team that was dominating CCAA and West Region competition. The Chico State Baseball team was having a great bounce back year and was 15-7 overall and 11-5 in CCAA play.


     It also ends the seasons for the highly touted Chico State men's and women's Track and Field teams as well as Chico State men's and women's golf.  

Chico State men win THRILLER over Stanislaus in CCAA Tourney Opener




March Madness is about surviving and advancing.....the Chico State men were the definition of that on Tuesday night.


Despite 21 turnovers and twelve missed free throws the Chico State men outlasted Stanislaus State in overtime 75-73. The Wildcats trailed for much of the game and at times couldn't get out of their own way, but with their CCAA Tourney life hanging in the balance the Cats made their biggest plays of the night.


Down eight (61-53) with under five minutes to go the Wildcats would rally with an indominable will to win. Chico would survive three point blank Warriors looks with under 7 seconds to go. Kevin Warren led Chico with 21 points. Justin Briggs scored 12 points pulled 6 rebounds and blocked four shots, while changing several other attempts with his 6'10 frame. Gritty point guard Isaiah Brooks shook off a second half tumble to score 10 points dish off 4 assists and Calvin Geraci scored 13 points on 5-of-6 shooting and 3-of-4 from deep.


Chico will now head to La Jolla and RIMAC Arena where they will play Cal Poly Pomona for the third time this year. The Broncos have won the previous two match-ups. A Wildcat win puts them in the CCAA title game. The game will be broadcast on KPAYSPORTS 1290am at 11:35am on Friday morning with tip-off set for 12 noon. You can also hear the game by hitting the LISTEN LIVE tab on this page. The game is also available on the KpaySports app that you can download for free in the app store and on your Amazon Alexa with the skill of "Alexa, play KpaySports dot-com."




It was an amazing late season run for the Chico State women winning six in a row to secure a home playoff game, but in the end they had no answer for nearly a flawless 1st half from the Cal State East Bay Pioneers in the 1st Round of the CCAA Basketball Tournament.


While the Cats came out tentative, East Bay came out looking for a fight and they took it to the Wildcats building a 12-point 1st quarter lead and then stretching that lead to 47-20 by halftime.


The 78-53 final score was not indicative of the great year the Wildcat put together as Chico won 18 games and surged to a 4th place finish in the CCAA.


The game ended the amazing career of senior Madison Wong who finished her Wildcat career with 226 three-pointers. That whopping number is not only the best in Chico State history but its the most in CCAA history. She also nailed 87 three's during the 2019-2020 campaign setting a single season mark.


The Cats finish the season at 18-11




Division III BOYS

#8 Pleasant Valley 58 #9 Central Catholic 55

#11 Foothill 68 #6 Palma 51


Division V BOYS

#1 Pierce 61 #16 Durham 46

#5 Eastside Prep 62 #12 Oroville 48


Division IV GIRLS

#5 Pleasant Valley 52 #12 El Dorado 46

#2 Argonaut 64 #15 Chico 49


Division V GIRLS

#6 Gridley 63 #11 Durham 30

#3 Monte Vista Christian 64 #14 Colusa 32



Pleasant Valley Girls 3 West Valley 0

Chico High Girls 8 Ben Holt 0

Cardinal Newman 4 Pleasant Valley High Boys 3

Encina 2 Corning Boys 1




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