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Hoop Shoot national free throw contest is today Hoop Shoot free throw contest for kids is Saturday in Roseville

The Roseville Elks Lodge #2248 will hold the first step in the national Hoop Shoot free throw contest at 10 a.m. today at Kaseberg Elementary School, 1040 Main St., in Roseville. ...

Woodcreek wins, Roseville falls in opening round of Whitney girls tournament

Ron Volk is coaching a young, inexperienced girls basketball team at Roseville High School, but it’s a team that also has talent. The Tigers opened the Whitney Winter Invitation ...

South African finds fairway of faith at Jessup

A golf scholarship attracted Gareth Gobey to William Jessup University in 2008, but living in California meant more to the South Africa native than hitting the books and all the lo ...

Grizzlies slow but can't tame running Mustangs

There was nothing fancy about Monterey Trail High School’s offense in its 22-17 win over Granite Bay on Friday night in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I semifinals. The vi ...

Oakmont boys, girls sweep Center

Oakmont High School opened the basketball season with a girls/boys sweep of visiting Center in a Foundation Game doubleheader Monday night. The Vikings won the girls game 50-43, a ...

Roseville boys open with two basketball wins

Roseville opened the high school basketball season a little earlier than most teams, beating Grant 80-71 on Saturday night. The Tigers built a 19-point lead in the first half and ...

Woodcreek utilizes its speed in Foundation victory

Foundation Games kicked off the basketball season for Woodcreek High School on Monday night, and the Timberwolves boys started with a 61-37 win over visiting Casa Roble. The Woodc ...

Granite Bay freshman is second in cross country state meet

Granite Bay High School freshman Clare Carroll finished second in the Division I girls varsity race at the CIF State Cross Contry Champ9ionships on Saturday at Woodward Park in Fre ...

More snowfall means more visitors to resorts

By most accounts, the ski season was a dramatic success a year ago for Lake Tahoe and other California resorts. According to statistics compiled by the California Travel & Tou ...

Wolverines weed out baseball players

His roster has been set. Sierra College baseball coach Rob Willson has found the right 30 players. Willson and his assistants sorted through 102 players. Sixty were let go before ...

Granite Bay drive stalls at Monterey Trail 12

A potential go-ahead drive stalled at the Monterey Trail 12-yard line in the final minute Friday night, and Granite Bay High School’s football season ended with a 22-17 loss ...

Roseville families learn do-it-yourself recruiting

Charlie Torgerson had no idea where to start for daughter Claire. John Adams followed the footsteps of those older than son Elliott. Alicea Coy took the wheel because it was expect ...

Roseville's Tremblay receives All-CalPac soccer honor

Sophomore defender Elli Tremblay of Roseville was one of three William Jessup University soccer players named to the All-California Pacific Conference first team.Tremblay was joine ...

Basketball season begins with Foundation Games on Monday

The defending Sierra Foothill League and Sac-Joaquin Section Division II-champion Woodcreek High School boys basketball team is back and ready for the new season, which begins Mond ...

Crabbing on your own is a little work but well worth it

Most anglers rely on any of the numerous party boats to get a limit of crab. Why not? The boat’s deckhand does all the work, and the angler reaps the reward of crabs in the s ...