Sports

Red-hot Woodcreek, Granite Bay chasing Rio Americano

For as long as the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II tournament has existed, it has been owned to the Raiders of Rio Americano High School. When this season’s postseason extrava ...

Grizzlies favored in boys polo playoffs

Fans of Sierra Foothill League boys water polo are holding out hope for a rematch of last week’s league tournament final when the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoffs hit the ...

Tigers, Thunder look to avert Granite Bay repeat

It has become customary in recent seasons for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II boys soccer semifinals to be dominated by teams from the Sierra Foothill League. Last year’s ...

Salmon restrictions to be lifted

Restrictions on offshore fishing have been a source of frustration for many anglers who may have been hoping to put fresh Chinook salmon on the dinner table or smoker. There wer ...

SYFC youth football roundup

2009 SYFC Playoffs Round 1 Wrap-Up Sierra Valley Conference Midgets Del Oro 48, Folsom 24The Jr. Golden Eagles continue the quest for a perfect season. Del Oro had allowed just ...

GB/Roseville youth soccer results

Under-6 coed The U6 Roseville Rockets celebrated another victory with a 5-4 win over the Badgers. Riley Toman (one goal), Ryan Graydon (three goals) and Jacqueline Campos (one g ...

Grizzlies close strong with win over Woodcreek

In its final regular season game of the year, the Granite Bay High girls volleyball team had a fairly easy time with Woodcreek, beating the Timberwolves in three games, 25-12, 25-1 ...

Rugby rising in Granite Bay

Despite its global popularity, rugby has struggled over the years to gain attention at the high school level. America prefers sports such as football and baseball. But that has ...

Jr. Tigers run past Rocklin in SYFC playoffs

A late touchdown run by Jonathan Tuttle lifted the Roseville Jr. Tigers Junior Midget team to a 14-8 first-round playoff win over Rocklin Saturday at Oakmont High. When these tw ...

GB's Lee, Oak Ridge team advance in girls golf

Granite Bay freshman Paige Lee posted an even-par 72 Monday to advance to the Northern California finals in high school girls golf. Lee's 72 was one stroke off the pace set by ...