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Oakmont grad headed to Fresno State

The long, hot summer practices. The blood, the sweat, the tears. All of the long hours Namani Parker has put into the game of football — it’s all paying off.  The ...

Q&A with Jordan Kunaszyk

Ever since he was six years old, Jordan Kunaszyk dreamt of being a Division I football player.  Although he didn’t have any offers out of Roseville High three years ago ...

ARC Football faces off against Fullerton for JC title

In preparation for the biggest game of his career, Anthony Luke received some memorable advice from his father, Tony. “He always tells me, ‘Dance with the girl you bro ...

Oakmont alum earns NorCal title with ARC

Roseville native and 1995 Oakmont High alum Jon Osterhout has reached the pinnacle.  The head coach of the American River College football team has done something no other co ...

Carrell dedicates final season, PAC-12 title game to his father

It was just five months from the start of his senior season when Jordan Carrell received a phone call that changed his life. The former Roseville High two-way football star w ...

Oakmont alum peaking in playoffs for ARC

No American River College wide receiver has hauled in more big receptions over the past three weeks than Oakmont alum Namani Parker.  The sophomore wideout has a team-high 31 ...

Lopez returns home to renew friendly rivalry

It’s been nearly three years since Woodcreek High graduate Malcolm Thomas and Roseville High alum Jonathan Lopez last met on the gridiron, but this weekend, they renew their ...

Woodcreek grad enjoys the recruitment process

For Anthony Luke, the grind never stops.  Even though the 2015 football season is long over, the 2014 Woodcreek High School alum can be found in the weight room every weekday ...

Woodcreek grads make impact on American River football team

As American River College head football coach Jon Osterhout puts it, there are few colleges in the surrounding area that allow players to develop into perennial athletes.  Th ...

BEAVER BALL - American River College football capitalizes on local talent

Last year’s storybook season for the American River College football team didn’t end in confetti and glory. Rather, the team suffered a crushing loss in the second roun ...