Sports

Kwong looks for Repeated Success in 2015 for Roseville High

As schools around the Roseville area begin week three of the 2015 school year, returning Roseville High girls golf standout, Kayla Kwong, is already back in the swing of things.&nb ...

RISE UP: Oakmont football looks to get back on track in 2015

“Disappointing” was the first word out of Oakmont football head coach Tim Moore’s mouth as he left the Vikings sideline for the last time in 2014. The phrase was ...

Woodcreek hopes Veer Offense pushes team to Playoffs

When Kyle Stowers sat down this offseason and contemplated his team’s best chances of making the playoffs, one thought fluttered across his mind most — how do I put the ...

Duran and Houston anchor Woodcreek’s D-Line

Under first-year co-head coach and defensive coordinator Brad Hunkins, Woodcreek High will be counting on a pair of bookend defensive linemen to carry the load and set the tone for ...

WHY NOT US? Woodcreek football looks to gain ground in SFL

It’s not easy building a team in the ultra-competitive Sierra Foothill League.  That’s exactly what the Woodcreek Timberwolves football program found out after st ...

Roseville Enjoys Quarterback Depth this Year

Heading into the first week of the 2015 regular season, the Roseville High football team has three quarterbacks who could all step into the game and lead their team to victory.&nbs ...

TIGER PRIDE - Roseville seeks return trip to playoffs

As the Roseville High football team begins their second season in the Capitol Valley Conference, the program hopes last season’s playoff experience and familiarity translates ...

Summer of surgeries: Scotty Henrichs returns to Granite Bay football

No player has looked forward to taking the field more this season than Granite Bay’s own Scotty Henrichs.  Just a few months ago, the 17-year-old wide receiver wasn&rsq ...

Baumgarten, Smotherman can’t sustain runs in US Amateur

For the second time in the past two months, Granite Bay High senior Bryan Baumgarten was playing with the best amateur golfers in the country. This time though, he couldn’t k ...