What a weekend !! Tonight is the start of the North Section High School Football playoffs, while tomorrow is the biggest game to date for the undefeated Butte College Roadrunner football team. Here is a full run-down of the high school football playoff match-ups tonight.
#8 Quincy vs #1 Maxwell
#5 Etna vs #4 Chester
#6 Portola vs #3 Fall River
#7 Weed vs #2 Biggs
#8 Williams vs #1 Colusa
#5 Hamilton vs #4 Willows
#7 Pierce vs #2 Durham
#6 Winters vs #3 Trinity
#8 Yreka vs #1 West Valley
#7 Lassen vs #2 Sutter
#6 Wheatland vs #3 Central Valley
#5 Corning vs #4 Orland
#6 Pleasant Valley vs #3 Chico @Asgard Yard
#5 Foothill vs #4 Shasta
*For more on these high school football playoff match-ups listen to our KPAY High School Football Preview Show
You can hear it in the KPAY Sports News items section here on KPAY.com
KpaySports had a chance to talk with Butte College Roadrunner head football coach Jeff Jordan this week to talk about their big game with SF City College on Saturday.......
The Chico State men's soccer team knocked off Seattle Pacific 1-0 and advanced to tomorrow night's NCAA West Region semi-finals against UC San Diego. The Wildcats will play at 7pm and you can follow all the action at ChicoWildcats.com or you can listen to Chico State Basketball on Newstalk 1290 KPAY at 7pm and we will give you updates during out Chico State Basketball broadcast.
Wildcat volleyball is in Southern California. They will take on Dominguez Hills tonight and Cal State Los Angeles tomorrow. The Cats are on a three-match winning streak.
The Chico State men's basketball team takes on Cal State Stanislaus tomorrow night at 7pm in Turlock. Our pre-game comes your way at 6:35pm on 1290-KPAY and KPAY.com
WARRIORS WIN THRILLER AT ORACLE
(AP) — Andre Iguodala made a baseline jumper as time expired to lift the Golden State Warriors to a thrilling 116-115 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night.
Russell Westbrook's 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds remaining put the Thunder ahead after they trailed by 14 points early in the fourth quarter. Warriors coach Mark Jackson called a timeout to regroup, and power forward David Lee inbounded the ball from near half court.
Iguodala caught the ball and extended over Thabo Sefolosha for the winning shot, sending the announced sellout crowd of 19,596 into a frenzy. He sprinted toward half court and was mobbed by teammates.
Iguodala finished with 14 points and nine assists.