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Tigers use strong second half and OT to top Vista

It was a tale of two halves Friday night when Vista del Lago High visited Roseville in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division II girls soccer playoff opener. While the Eagles put on a s ...

Tigers gut one out against Vista del Lago

With pitching getting thin after three preliminary round games played Saturday and Monday, the Roseville High baseball team had enough to beat Vista del Lago Tuesday. In one of ...

Eagles back to familiar perch

LOOMIS — Del Oro High’s defensive intensity is back just in time. The No. 2 Golden Eagles suffocated No. 7 East Union 66-33 in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division III quarterfinal T ...

Del Oro boys crush Roseville

The Del Oro High boys basketball team crushed Roseville 70-21 Wednesday night, using a dominant defensive effort to improve to 5-4 in the Sierra Foothill League. The Golden Eagles ...

Remi Barry’s hoops odyssey

LOOMIS — Remi Barry’s route to the Gold Country wasn’t exactly direct. His is a basketball odyssey that has stretched from France to Florida to France to California to the u ...

Vista girls knock off Roseville at Rotary tourney

Amara Wainwright poured in 18 points for the Vista del Lago girls basketball team as it took a 49-39 win over Roseville at the Rotary Tournament at Oakmont High. The Eagles held ...

It doesn’t get any easier for Del Oro

FOLSOM — Standing a mere 5-foot-10 and weighing only 175 pounds, Dano Graves resembles a cornerback more than a quarterback. Yet the Folsom High junior has been beyond stellar in ...

Rocklin goes distance to beat Vista in section playoff

The new kids on the block took the playoff veteran the distance Friday in the opening round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II soccer playoffs. It took two overtimes and a p ...

Del Oro volleyball overpowers Oakmont

Senior Emily Mattevi swatted 12 kills to lead the Del Oro High volleyball team past Oakmont 25-22, 25-15, 25-23 Wednesday night in Loomis. The Golden Eagles got 10 kills from Bell ...

Del Oro’s o-line delivers

LOOMIS — Doug Warner likens the thankless role of his offensive linemen to the nature of emergency work. “They’re like firemen or cops,” said Warner, a 12th-year assistant ...