football

Victory over Woodland evens Falcons' season

Four games into the regular season and sitting with a modest 2-2 record, the Colfax Falcon football team hopes to make the best of this week’s “bye” in its schedule as Pionee ...

JVs rally late for 21-13 win over Woodland

After sleep-walking for nearly three quarters, the Colfax Falcons JV football team woke up from its slumber in the second half to rally past Woodland, 21-13, in a non-league game l ...

Miscues stymie Falcons in Jackson

The Colfax High football team went back to the drawing board this week with goals of better execution and technique as they get ready for Friday’s expected tough game at El Camin ...

First impressions as football season begins

They say first impressions are always lasting ones. So let’s check with that Sports Chatter guy on his early views of the 2012 Colfax Falcons’ football team .… I thought you ...

JVs open season with 18-6 victory

The Colfax High JV football team opened its 2012 season with an 18-6 road win at Argonaut last Friday. The Falcons and host Mustangs battled through a scoreless first quarter befor ...

Colfax sets the bar high

If there’s one thing that Colfax High football coach Tony Martello has found out over the past decade and a half of being at the helm of the Falcons’ football program it’s th ...

Frosh, JVs open season Friday

Falcon Frosh, JVs open season Friday Colfax High’s Frosh and JV football teams will open their 2012 seasons on Friday with games at Argonaut High in Jackson. The Frosh game will ...

Falcons ready for 2012 challenge

Starting his 17th season at Colfax High School, you have to believe Falcons’ football coach Tony Martello when he says he’s pretty much seen it all over the years as the head m ...

Heat doesn't slow Falcons' grid drills; 93 turn out

A total of 93 football players answered the call for the start of Colfax High School football practice last week. Early drills for the three Falcon teams were tempered this week by ...

Refusing to let go of a dream

Rocklin’s Glen Peacock family is understandably proud that their youngest is now playing football on a scholarship at Midland University in Fremont, Neb., but the road it took to ...