water polo

Granite Bay graduate is honored at White House

Andrew Reego, a 2008 graduate of Granite Bay High School, was among more than 600 college athletes to be honored Sept. 13 by President Barack Obama on the White House Lawn. The at ...

OT win keeps Vikes alive in pursuit of section playoffs

The first of two steps required to get the Oakmont High boys water polo team into the section playoffs was not easy as the Vikings needed overtime to take down Bear River 9-8 Tuesd ...

SFL makes big splash

The first round of the Sierra Foothill League boys and girls water polo tournaments are in the books and form has held as the top teams on each side have earned the right to play i ...

Early Risers

This is the first in our weekly series focusing on some of the region’s top freshman and sophomore athletes. David Duran Sophomore, Woodcreek High   Sports: Water po ...

Double dipping times three

Playing a high school sport can be very demanding. Balancing school with athletics, while still having a personal life, can be a difficult task. But for Oakmont High School sophomo ...

Weekly Wolverine - Sierra College sports report

One of the quickest Wolverines, Sierra College cross country’s Amanda McNabb, finished third at the Crystal Springs meet in San Mateo, where the team took 10th place overall. ...

Weekly Wolverine- Sierra College sports report

The Sierra College women's soccer team lost to Modesto Junior College 2-1 last Friday. Head coach Jason Gantt felt the team missed a lot of opportunities in the loss. "It was j ...

Grizzlies prepare to defend water polo titles

You would think it would be difficult always walking around with a target on your back, but it does not seem to bother the boys water polo team at Granite Bay High. Coming off ...

Whitney edges Woodcreek as girls water polo season winds down

The Whitney High girls water polo team held off Woodcreek in overtime to lock down second place in the final regular season Sierra Foothill League standings. In a tightly contested ...

Weekly Wolverine - Sierra College sports report

The Sierra College women's soccer team opened league play with a 2-0 win over American River College. Lauren Rossi scored unassisted, while Janna Ylimaki scored off a pass from Ann ...

Grizzlies still own the pool at Woodcreek tourney

Forty teams from all over Northern California gathered at four venues – the Roseville Aquatic Complex, American River College, Rocklin High and Whitney High – this weekend for ...

Woodcreek can't close down early Clovis advantage

Forty teams from all over Northern California gathered at four venues – the Roseville Aquatic Complex, American River College, Rocklin High and Whitney High – this weekend for ...

five questions with stephen fuzie

By Alex Congrove The Press tribune Manager and physical therapist of Roseville’s Active Care, talks about his experience as an Olympic trainer, why he enjoys working with the ...

Reserves deliver win for Oakmont

With senior leaders Shane Welch, the two-meter center forward, and goalie Zac Daniewicz both out of the game due to illness, Oakmont High boys varsity water polo coach Mark Plank w ...

Roseville doubles up Whitney

The Roseville High boys water polo team found a very different opponent when it got to Whitney Tuesday for its matchup with the Wildcats. The Tigers did not play their best game, b ...