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Oakmont baseball chases success one pitch at a time

Longtime baseball coach and three-year Oakmont High skipper Paul Martinez will close out this season’s most pivotal series with Del Campo Thursday and Friday, just four years ...

Five Oakmont student-athletes continue their careers in college

As the ink dried on the pages, five Oakmont High School seniors made their post-high school plans official Tuesday afternoon as they signed letters of intent with their respective ...

NBA PEDIGREE - Jordan Brown has making of NBA star in his blood

He’s played in Spain, he’s suited up in Argentina, but come Saturday night, Jordan Brown will finally hit his hometown hardwood where the pros play.  The 6-foot-1 ...

Woodcreek duo sign NLI’s to Midland University

Ready, aim, fire. Two of the regions best sharpshooters inked their signatures on commitments last week as they continue their prep careers at the next level, and at the same univ ...

Ryan Hollingshead preps for return with FC Dallas

Less than a week into the new year, a car accident nearly brought FC Dallas midfielder Ryan Hollingshead’s soccer career to an end. On Jan. 6, the former Granite Bay High Sc ...

Sundquist embracing once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

Imagine spending your teenage years living on your own, with a couple of friends you work with, in a foreign country, not knowing the language.  Your job as an academy soccer ...

Life Time Athletic swim team flourishes as year-round program

Rain is cascading down on the spacious outdoor pools at Life Time Athletic Roseville, where no one is swimming on this chilly, miserable afternoon. However, the weather is a laugh ...

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 ...

WOODCREEK'S BLIND SIDE BROTHERS

Playing two of the most important positions in football, and arguably the toughest two positions to play, Woodcreek’s starting quarterback and left tackle, Alex and Matt Gord ...

BACK ON THE BLOCK: Tigers start tough league slate 3-1

It’s nearly halfway through the 2016 volleyball season and Roseville High coach Cindy Simon still isn’t settled in yet.  The second-year coach spent the majority ...

Defending section champs enter ‘rebuilding year’

In order to defend its crown as defending the Sac-Joaquin Section champion, Granite Bay’s volleyball program will have to overcome its youthful and fairly inexperienced roste ...

Emerald Brigade: Granite Bay plays music of success

The Emerald Brigade Support Organization held its annual Wines Around the Bay fundraiser at a private home in Granite Bay last month, hosted by Donna Eckwortzel Frey and Renee Nash ...

Roseville’s Anthem FC becomes overnight success in futsal world

One of the fastest growing sports in the world has taken off in Roseville.  Futsal, a game derived from the sport of soccer, incorporates 30 million people worldwide accordin ...

The Great Ice Whisperers converge on Roseville for Crush Bonspiel

As a 15-year-old boy growing up in Northern Minnesota, roughly 80 miles south of the Canadian border, Robert Kuhl Jr. was introduced to a sport that changed his life forever. &ldq ...

New Roseville rideshare app competes with Uber

A local man and former owner of Yellow Cab of Roseville has created a mobile app to compete with rideshare giants in the greater Sacramento area.   App creator Francisco Riz ...