Sports

Granite Bay wins Division II wrestling banner

Granite Bay earned a Sac-Joaquin Section championship for wrestling after all, and Roseville high schools came away from the Division II tournament Saturday with 27 qualifiers for ...

Local football players to be honored by National Football Foundation

Five high school football players from Roseville and Granite Bay will be among 26 honored by the Sacramento Valley Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of F ...

Sierra Nevada High School Racing Series shows that kids love to play in the mud

Mother nature offered a brief window of dry conditions for Saturday’s Sierra Nevada High School Racing Series event in Granite Bay. The West’s first dedicated USA Cycling mo ...

Valley Christian boys, girls go unbeaten in SMAL

GALT – Valley Christian Academy’s boys basketball team faced a Wilton Christian team suffering from illnesses. Valley Christian’s girls team also had several ill ...

Granite Bay gets by Del Oro, celebrates co-title

Granite Bay High School basketball fans had much to celebrate Friday night after earning the title of co-champion of the Sierra Foothill League.The Grizzlies share the honor with W ...

Woodcreek blasts Roseville, shares SFL title with Granite Bay

The first-place team battled the last-place team in a predictable outcome Friday night. Woodcreek High School blew right through crosstown rival Roseville on its way to a Sierra Fo ...

Granite Bay grad Anderson is top college swimmer of week

Alyssa Anderson, a junior at the University of Arizona and a 2008 graduate of Granite Bay High School, was selected as one of six Counsilman-Hunsaker National Collegiate Swimmers o ...

Rollerking hosts roller derby doubleheader Saturday night, Feb. 19

The Sacred City Derby Girls will open the flat-track roller derby season with a doubleheader tonight at Rollerking, 889 Riverside Ave., in Roseville.Sacred City’s Sacrificers ...

Woodcreek’s Peska scores school-record 44 points

It was apparent in the first quarter Wednesday night, Woodcreek High School boys basketball coach Paul Hayes said of John Peska.“You could just tell he had the hot hand,&rdqu ...

Woodcreek girls likely will hit the road in first round

ROCKLIN – Woodcreek High School doesn’t know who it will play next week in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II girls basketball playoffs. Nor do the Timberwo ...