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Local athletes win Biletnikoff Scholarships

Nicholas Petrarca of Roseville High School and Alec Naki of Granite Bay were among five winners of a $1,000 Biletnikoff Scholarship.Petrarca, a club volleyball player, has a 4.1 gr ...

Soccer clash goes to No. 1 Jesuit over No. 9 Granite Bay

The score read as a loss, but Granite Bay’s boys varsity soccer team and hundreds of fans left Capital Christian High School on Friday night with their heads high.Jesuit clai ...

Granite Bay nips Jesuit, Davis for section swim crown

Granite Bay High School swimming coach John Sherman knew his boys team would be competitive this season, but a Sac-Joaquin Section championship?“It was unexpected this year,& ...

Grizzlies can’t hang on, lose to No. 1 Sheldon

SACRAMENTO – Sheldon High School spent the nonleague portion of this high school basketball season traveling all over the United States, playing in tournaments in Santa Monic ...

Next stop college for area prep athletes

Wednesday began at high school campuses around the country with an annual attraction for early February: National Signing Day.At Granite Bay, there were five student-athletes seate ...

Roseville boys hold on; Woodcreek girls win twice

Boys varsity basketballRoseville 50, West Campus 48 – The Tigers (8-9) built an 11-point lead in the fourth quarter, then had to hold off the Warriors on Friday night in Sacr ...

Woodcreek comes through with game on the (free throw) line

CARMICHAEL – John Peska nailed two free throws with 5.2 seconds left to ice Woodcreek High School’s 65-60 nonleague basketball victory over Jesuit on Tuesday night. Sam Anders ...
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