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Big win for Colfax High soccer

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Colfax JVs take it on the chin, 27-14 The Colfax Falcons JV football team started slowly and never got on track in suffering its first defeat of the season, 27-14, at Union Mine last Friday night. “We just didn’t play well,” said Colfax coach Justin Heimann about the setback. “We had some new players filling in at new positions but that’s not an excuse. We just never got going.” Colfax gave up a touchdown on the opening drive of the game as Union Mine used a ball-control rushing attack to do most of its damage. After giving up the opening score, Colfax’s Sam La Haie returned the Diamondbacks ensuing kickoff 70 yards for a score. Logan Hurst’s extra-point boot then gave Colfax a 7-6 advantage. But following La Haie’s big play, Union Mine scored on two more first-half possessions to take a 20-7 lead into halftime. La Haie also scored Colfax’s second touchdown late in the second half on a one-yard run. Cameron Howes added a pass interception for the Falcons. Colfax will tryto regroup this week when it hosts Woodland Friday at 5:15 p.m. Frosh fall, 26-2 Playing without their starting quarterback due to injury, the Colfax Falcons couldn’t get on track offensively on the road and dropped a 26-2 decision to River Valley last Thursday in Yuba City. Colfax quarterback Matt Harshman was sidelined for the Falcons after suffering a concussion in Colfax’s win last week over El Camino. He is expected to be back in the lineup for today’s game at home versus Woodland. Kickoff is set for 5:30 p.m. Gold Run CHP golf tournament The Gold Run CHP Area Squad Club is extending invitations to its first annual Golf Classic. This year’s tournament will take place on Monday, Oct. 29, at The Ridge Golf Club in Auburn. The Gold Run CHP Squad Club is a non-profit organization whose primary goal is to give back to the community. Proceed from this event will benefit the 11-99 Foundation that helps the Widows and Orphans Fund, scholarships, local schools and the community. The tournament will be an 18-hole event which will be played in a four-player scramble format. Entry fee is $95 and includes golf, range balls, cart, tee prizes and dinner following the tournament. In addition, hole sponsorships are available at $100. Sponsorship will include a sign with the business name on it at the designated tee box. Raffle prizes are also being accepted for the tournament. All donations are tax deductible. To sign up as a foursome or as a single, contact Officer Chris Nave at 389-2205 or by email at cknave@yahoo.com. Donations for the tournament can be sent to Gold Run CHP Squad Club, P.O. Box 123, Gold Run, Ca. 95717. Colfax High Girls basketball golf tourney The 7th annual Lady Falcons Basketball Golf Tournament is set for Sunday, Oct. 14, at Black Oak Golf Course in Auburn. Fee for the tournament is $85 per player and includes 18 holes of golf, green fees, cart and a barbecue chicken lunch following the tournament. The tournament will begin with check-in at 7 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Raffle and mulligan tickets will be available for purchase. Awards will also be given for a putting contest, long drive and closest-to-the hole. To reserve a foursome or to sign up as a single, contact Dave Campbell at 681-6709 or davec@tullywihr.com. All proceeds raised go to the Colfax High Lady Falcons girls basketball program.