Dave Krizman

Schools free to seek donations

In a recent column regarding the budget crunch facing high school athletics, Dave Krizman (PVL Pipeline, March 23), stated that “[t]his year the ACLU won a lawsuit … essentiall ...

Rescue school athletics while we can

I was happy to see Dave Krizman address how state budget cuts would affect local school athletics in his “PVL Pipeline” column, March 23. Sports are virtually bigger than life ...

Athletics program faces 'perfect storm' in budget crisis

The health of athletics for our local high schools was my topic of discussion with Dave Horsey, superintendent of the Placer Union High School District. Armed with statistics, pri ...

PVL Pipeline: Transition time on the prep scene

December is a transitional time for prep athletics. Football has concluded, for most schools, several weeks ago. The wrestling programs are in full practice mode with no competitio ...

Hall of Fame embraces past

A special “thank you” to Loomis News Editor Martha Garcia and Auburn sports writers Eric Gourley and Dave Krizman for the outstanding coverage of Del Oro High School’s inaugu ...

Fine coach inspires many

I enjoyed reading about Jason Stowers in the sports section (Journal, March 17). (Columnist) Dave Krizman was on target about what a great asset Jason is to Colfax High, both as a ...

Forest Lake nurtured girls

The last two paragraphs of Dave Krizman’s March 10 column, “Homegrown talent leads to quality hoops,” really rang true. We moved from El Dorado Hills for our daughters to at ...

Formula to fight ‘Kendall curse’

Dave Krizman courageously points out in his Dec. 30 (sports) column that Colfax routinely opens the Kendall Arnett facing Del Oro. Now I can understand that Coach Mark Lee organi ...

Colfax-Placer rivalry short, but bitter

Although still in its infancy, the Placer-Colfax football rivalry has quickly turned into a must-see game every season. All the ingredients are there for this instant rivalry: two ...

Initiation’s tough on frosh football mothers

It does not come naturally or comfortably. For most moms it is an acquired taste. Over time — about three years — it will become an addiction that will ultimately lead ...