football

Timberwolves 'Rammed' in season opener

After dominating the game for the first quarter and into the second, the Woodcreek High football team watched momentum flee to the far sideline in one short second-quarter spurt as ...

Grizzlies brutal preseason schedule starts Saturday

When the Sac-Joaquin Section released its new playoff format for the 2009 season, designed to move in the direction of the final system slated for implementation in 2010, there was ...

Tough "Knight" for Tigers

Roseville Tiger football got off to a slow start Friday night with a 36-20 loss to Rio Linda. Rio Linda proved to be the superior team, combining for 485 total yards and no tur ...

Nunley carries load for Woodcreek

Although a significant portion of its lineup is new this season, it is a familiar face that will get the most attention when the Woodcreek High football team hits the field. Ru ...

Grizzlies reload on the fly

For most teams, losing all 22 starters from the prior season would be disastrous, but at Granite Bay High School, the business of reloading is just part of the process. Combine a c ...

Young Tigers look to grow up quickly

With a murderous early-season non-league schedule, and a very young football team, Roseville High coach Larry Cunha decided to challenge his squad even more when he filled a week t ...

New coach, new system – new results?

Although he is new to the top spot on the coaching staff, Oakmont’s new head coach Tim Moore is very familiar with the program. Elevated from his assistant position following the ...

Sierra slams Diablo Valley

PLEASANT HILL — Sierra College tailback C.J. Woodbury didn’t wait long to do his best Lamon Muldrow impersonation. Sophomore linebacker Setaleki Fuapau intercepted a pass on D ...

Which football team will return to the postseason?

With the new week comes a new poll question at our comprehensive regional sports Web site, placersports.com. Gold Country Media has recently launched Placer Sports as a one-stop s ...

Sierra College report

As September rolls around, it is a new season of sports at Sierra College. Women's cross country, football, women's golf, women's soccer, volleyball, and water polo are all gearing ...