Vikings beat River Valley for first win of the season – Chico Enterprise-Record


Ian Guanzon threw a touchdown pass to Noah Thomas and ran for another as Pleasant Valley beat River Valley 34-9 in Yuba City on Friday night.

Sean Stevens had an interception return for a touchdown late in the first half while Gabe Ponce ran for a 2-yard TD and Matt Kinoshita scored on a 25-yard run.

PV (1-2) plays at 7 p.m. Friday at home against Placer.

Chico 49, Lassen 7

No stats were available but the Panthers moved to 3-1 on the year with their win in Susanville. Their next game will be Oct. 1 at home against Yuba City.

Paradise 63, Central Valley 0

The Bobcats scored at least 14 points in each of the first three quarters on their way to the easy victory over visiting Central Valley.

Senior running back Taylor Harrison scored five first-half touchdowns on runs of 28, 53, 12, 24 and 10 yards. Nathan Magpusao had a 74-yard fumble return for a touchdown as Paradise moved to 1-1 on the year.

The Bobcats will host Red Bluff next Friday night at 7:30.

Gridley 35, Corning 12

Gridley‘s Shay Carr was 13 of 14 passing for 114 yards in the win over the Cardinals. He also ran for 152 yards and scored a touchdown.

Teammate Michael Ryan had 65 yards rushing and two touchdowns and had 100 yards receiving and two touchdowns.

Durham 7, Red Bluff 6

Ryan Keene hit Thomas Husa on a 25-yard touchdown pass to give Durham the 7-6 win over visiting Red Bluff.

Husa also had an interception that sealed the victory for the Trojans.

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High School Field Hockey

Davis 3, PV 1: Adi Steinbach scored on an assist from Riley Kucich in the second period to tie the score. However, it was not enough for the Vikings who allowed two second-period goals to visiting Davis.

Coach Bill Flory said PV had many chances to score with nine shots on goal.

Savannah Cresswell had five saves in goal. Flory praised Kendall Graytok on offense, and Ellie Gallaty, Anna Isherwood and Rilyn Harris all had standout performances.

College Volleyball

Butte 3, Yuba College 0: Butte College beat Yuba College on Friday night 25-16, 25 -22 and 29-27. Amina Moummad led the team with 12 kills and 11 digs. Emily Hanlon had 10 kills. Samee Taylor had 30 assists and Mallory Moore had 3 blocks. Butte has an overall record of 5-3. They play Saturday at San Joaquin Delta College at 1 pm.

San Bernardino 3, Chico State 0: The Chico State Wildcats bowed to the visiting Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes 15-25, 17-25, 23-25 at Acker Gym.

Four different Wildcats hitters—Makaela Keeve, Kelley Jacome, Lizzie Wilson, and Zoe DiNardo—registered six kills, with Wilson adding a pair of service aces. Keeve, Jacome, and Bree Rodriguez delivered three blocks apiece, while Brooke Ono led the ’Cats with 22 assists and eight digs.

The loss — Chico State’s fourth in a row — dropped the ’Cats to 4-5 overall and 0-1 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). No. 14 San Bernardino won its third straight to improve to 6-3 on the season and 1-0 in conference play.

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Men’s college soccer

Hartnell 5, Butte 2:- The Roadrunners lost to Hartnell 5-2 at home on Friday afternoon. Juan Monge and Quintin Benn-John each had a goal and assist. Butte (3-2-1) will host San Joaquin Delta at 1 p.m. on Tuesday.

Women’s college soccer

Butte 4, Sacramento City College 1: The Roadrunners rolled past visiting Sacramento City 4-1 on Friday afternoon. Sacramento had come into the game unbeaten.

Jillian Weber scored two goals to lead the Roadrunner attack, while Alexis Lince and Allison Brott also scored for Butte.

The Roadrunners are now 4-3 on the year and will be at Diablo Valley College on Tuesday afternoon.

 

 



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