Sports

Three Sierra College football players sign National Letters of Intent

Football lives on for three Sierra College football players. Leonard Hazewood, Javon Tillman and Zack Starnes all inked commitments to play at a four-year school Wednesday during ...

6 Granite Bay wrestlers finish unbeaten at Natomas Duals

Granite Bay High’s wrestling team went 4-0 at the Natomas Duals, as six Grizzlies finished unbeaten last weekend. Facing Natomas, Pleasant Grove, Reed of Nevada and Del Camp ...

The lady is a champ: Woodcreek's Lauren Mason ready to rumble

Lauren Mason is ready to make her season debut. “I’m pretty stoked,” said the 111-pound Woodcreek junior and Auburn resident, who recently returned to wrestling ...

Woodcreek High's Dominic Balmer takes 1st at tourney, verbally commits to Bakersfield

Dominic Balmer is back on the mat. And the Woodcreek High senior wrestler — who placed sixth at last year’s CIF State Meet in the heavyweight division and was a first- ...

Susac gets a Giant welcome back from Roseville leaders

San Francisco Giants catcher and Roseville native Andrew Susac was feeling some hometown love this week, after receiving a Resolution of Commendation from the Roseville City Counci ...

Granite Bay High boys basketball teams playing at NBA's Sleep Train Arena Monday

The Granite Bay High boys basketball teams have the opportunity of a lifetime. The Grizzlies’ freshmen, junior varsity and varsity squads are playing at the NBA’s Slee ...

BEAST MODE: Roseville Wrestling Club, Placer Valley Tourism hosts road warriors

ROCKLIN — Purchasing two tickets, packing your bags and flying to Roseville for two jam-packed days of sweat, blood and maybe a few tears may not sound too appealing for the ...

BEAR NECESSITIES: Granite Bay girls basketball team needs to grow up fast

It’s a rebuilding year in terms of how young and inexperienced the Granite Bay High girls basketball team will be, but this squad does not lack talent. The Grizzlies return ...

SYSTEM READY: Valley Christian’s fast-paced, shoot em’ up basketball program is back

It’s not even strategy anymore. At Valley Christian Academy, Brad Gunter’s thrilling approach to the game of basketball —  ‘The System’ — ...