Sports

Over early as Tigers fall hard against Del Oro

The mini hot streak that was being enjoyed by the Roseville High girls basketball team did make it fatr past the opening tip Tuesday night. Sending a message that the Tigers win ...

Scoring a spot in Springfield

A passion for the game of soccer has pushed Oakmont High senior Cole Alexander to new heights once again.   The high-scoring Viking has made a name for himself as one of the ...

Judge rejects request to set aside Barry ruling

Remi Barry will not play in Del Oro High’s basketball game at Roseville High tonight. A Placer County judge rejected Wednesday a request to set aside another judge’s ruling ag ...

Hunting clinics this Saturday

Wild Turkey: A free one-day clinic will be offered in Manteca for any person wanting to learn many of the nuances to hunting this wild, wily bird. The clinic will be held from 1 ...

Big swings in the girls' power ratings

The volatility of the Sac-Joaquin basketball power ratings system was on full display over the past two weeks with the Division II girls rankings.When the first set of rankings cam ...

For Rahlves, final chapter in Olympic medal quest nears

One of the few things Daron Rahlves never accomplished in his storied career as a ski racer was proudly standing on the podium and collecting an Olympic medal.   Four years ...

SFL fight to the finish

While there are certainly problems with human polls to determine champions, Sac-Joaquin Section boys basketball could probably use a little intervention into its computer rankings. ...

Granite Bay alum earns national, conference volleyball honors

Former Granite Bay High volleyball star Tyler Jaynes has continued to impress at the next level. A junior middle blocker for the Pepperdine men’s volleyball team, Jaynes was n ...

Warriors open second half with pair of wins

With a battle with first-place Cal Maritime on the horizon, the William Jessup men's basketball team (6-2 in the California Pacific Conference) stayed on track with two wins last w ...

Two wins for WJU women

An important two-win week brings the William Jessup University women's basketball team into this week with a shot to play for second place in the California Pacific Conference. ...