Sports

Oakmont junior ready to trade paint in Chico

This Saturday at the Chico Fairgrounds,16-year-old Colby Copeland, a local sprint car driver and Oakmont High School junior, will get his first taste of driving against the big boy ...

Fishing pays big for former Roseville resident

His friends call him MB – but “Iceman” is the name he goes by in the competitive fishing world, because he is calm and not easily stressed during competitions. On Aug. 17, ...

Wolverines ready to make big splash

For Scott Decker talk is cheap, so when it comes time for preseason predictions the Sierra College women's water polo coach will only say so much. “Last season I thought we had ...

Tigers hope to improve upon SFL record of last season

In what has become a familiar refrain for many Sierra Foothill League sports teams, last season’s Roseville High School boys soccer squad got off to a blazing start in non-league ...

Grizzlies set to defend title

It’s the beginning of a new school year, football season is about to commence at Granite Bay high school and that can mean only one thing – Ernie Cooper is in the house. The G ...

Perfect start to Roseville season

The new-look Roseville High School volleyball team got the 2008 season started with a bang on Thursday, whipping Casa Roble in straight games, 25-13, 25-21 and 25-17. This year’ ...

Nine is fine for Paulie Harraka

Paulie Harraka, in his Bill McAnally/ Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse No. 16 Toyota won the Berco Redwood 50 for the Toyota TRD Late Models last Saturday night at The All American Spee ...

Bravo wins big at Indian casino

Roseville has a new champion in its midst. MMA fighter Michael Bravo recently earned an International Fighting Council (IFC) 155-pound championship belt, defeating Leland Gridley o ...

Lady Vikes ready to rumble

Last year was a season with two distinct halves for the Oakmont volleyball team. The Lady Vikings recorded a respectable 7-6 mark in non-league play, but won only three of 12 match ...

GB girls hope to repeat 2007 league success of last season

Last season, the Granite Bay Girls’ Tennis team went undefeated in league, winning the Sierra Foothill League for the second consecutive year. They continued their domination int ...