Sports

Grizzles outlast Bay Area volleyball power

Taking a break from the league schedule, the Granite Bay High boys volleyball team welcomed Bay Area powerhouse Bellarmine Prep of San Jose to town Wednesday night and sent the Bel ...

Wildcats run with No. 1 Dragons, but bow out in D-III

GALT — Ignoring their No. 5 seed and refusing to be bullied by perennial area power Sacramento, the Whitney Wildcats proved they could hang with the best in Division III. Whitne ...

Rocklin returns to Arco Arena Thursday against Wood

Rocklin High’s boys basketball team will play at Arco Arena Thursday in the Sac-Joaquin Section, Division II semifinals against Wood of Vacaville. Rocklin (27-2) is the top seed ...

Buzzer-beater ends William Jessup’s season

A Cal Pac Conference title was within the grasp of the William Jessup University men’s basketball team Saturday evening when Jason Washington stood at the free-throw line, his te ...

Sierra College women advance in playoffs

The Sierra College women’s basketball team seems to be peaking at the right time. The Wolverines collected a season-high 20 assists en route to an 85-61 victory over visiting Me ...

Competitive basketball league taking teams

Registration for the second annual Beach Hut Deli Foothill Competitive Basketball League is underway now. The league is run by FirstStep Sports Marketing, in conjunction with ...

WJU's Calvert is Cal Pac's top newcomer

Rebekah Calvert made a major impact as a senior this year with the William Jessup University women’s basketball team. As a reward for her outstanding season, Calvert was hono ...

Speed limit at Folsom Lake raised as levels rise

If you take a drive in the foothills above Folsom Lake you’ll see both the north and south forks of the American River are raging compared to its recent trickle, due to the recen ...

WJU men place two on all-conference first team

The William Jessup University men’s basketball team’s standout guards Lucas Birchard and Zach Sowers were named first-team all-conference selections in the California Pacific C ...

Tahoe resorts deep in snow

Although drought discussions continue and plans for rationing water this summer are already in place for many California cities, it would be hard to put too much blame on Mother Na ...