Granite Bay

Woodcreek still hopes to capture share of SFL title

With the bitter taste of last year’s ending still fresh in their minds, the Woodcreek High girls soccer team returned to the field this year with a chip on their shoulders. A ...

BJAX GIVES BACK: Granite Bay resident hosts youth camp in Roseville

Bobby Jackson’s days of scrambling for loose balls, hustling for steals and driving to the rim against the best basketball players in the NBA are all but over, but the Sacram ...

Granite Bay swimmer earns Section Scholarship

Granite Bay High senior swimmer Heaven Quintana was one of four female scholar athletes selected to win the A. Dale Lacky Scholarship in the Sac-Joaquin Section (SJS) this week.&nb ...

UNBEATEN NO MORE - Granite Bay girls take care of business; boys lose first SFL dual in 19 years

In impressive fashion, the Granite Bay girls swim team wrapped up their 242nd consecutive league victory with a win, 130-55 over Oak Ridge Tuesday afternoon. Unbeaten since 1997, t ...

Walk-off RBI seals Trojans' comeback win over Grizzlies

It appeared as if Granite Bay’s baseball team was finally going to knock off Sierra Foothill League rival Oak Ridge in a regular season game for the first time in three seaso ...

South squads excel in 2016 Optimist All Star Games

Hitting the hardwood one final time in their prep careers, a dozen local athletes made their final journey to Sacramento High School Saturday afternoon to take part in the 39th ann ...

Darren and Taylor Nelson follow parents footsteps to Cal Poly

Darren Nelson was one win away from having a little breathing room in his friendly, but competitive sibling rivalry. The 6-foot-8 right-handed pitcher helped lead the Granite Bay b ...