PREP ROUNDUP: Colusa baseball notches victory
While the recent rain has washed out most of the Mid-Valley sports action the last two days, Colusa High's baseball team was able to squeeze in a game on Wednesday afternoon in Princeton.
Luke Corriea went 2 for 2 and scored twice and fired a complete-game two-hitter to lead the RedHawks to a 6-5 nonleague win over the Eagles.
Corriea struck out six and walked two to record the win for Colusa, which upped its record to 2-2 on the year with the victory.
"I thought for sure we'd get rained out, but it just misted on us the whole game," said Colusa coach Mike West. "They did a great job with the field getting it ready to play."
Shawn Friel and Tyler Martin both smacked doubles in the win for the RedHawks.
River Valley 241, Sutter 277
The Falcons beat the Huskies on a cold and rainy day at Coyote Run Golf Course at Beale Air Force Base.
Marysville 7, Faith Christian 0
The Indians picked up their first victory of the season in a rout of the Lions at Marks Field on Tuesday.
Alondra Lomeli scored two goals and had an assist for Marysville. Makayla Synak, Taylor Anderson, Annie Wooten, Amber Eason and Marimar Terriquez each scored for the Indians (1-5-2) and Synak added an assist.