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Del Oro soccer falls in finale

Del Oro High suffered a heartbreaking 1-0 loss at Roseville Thursday to end the season fourth in the Sierra Foothill League — one spot from earning a postseason berth. Rocklin b ...

Placer frosh rough up Zebras, go to 7-1

The Placer frosh football team remained undefeated in Pioneer Valley League play Thursday night by handing visiting Lincoln a 49-7 drubbing at LeFebvre Stadium. The Hillmen used t ...

Prep Football Primer

WOODCREEK (2-5) AT DEL ORO (7-0) Don’t let the Timberwolves’ record fool you — they’re capable of beating top-notch teams. Woodcreek knocked off a 5-2 Oakmont team 28-6 la ...

Eagles’ nest a beautiful setting for Friday night lights

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a four-part series profiling four football stadiums in the foothills. Del Oro High is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The acronym FLY ( ...

Del Oro volleyball team's loss sets up clash with Rocklin

The Del Oro High volleyball team suffered a setback in its quest for a Sierra Foothill League title Wednesday night in Grass Valley. The Golden Eagles lost to Nevada Union 25-18, 2 ...

Del Oro soccer's playoff hopes dented by Rocklin

LOOMIS — Rocklin High loaded up its backfield and double-teamed Del Oro’s offensive threat Kolby Mitnick all night. Coach Grant Depue’s plan to play to a draw worked perfect ...

Forest Lake volleyball avenges loss to Woodland

The Forest Lake Christian volleyball team bolstered its playoff position with a 25-14, 25-18, 25-21 win over Woodland Christian Tuesday night at home. The Falcons had lost to the ...

Hillmen’s redemption tour begins at Bear River

The bitter taste of a disastrous 24 minutes of football is tough to rinse from the mouths of Placer High’s senior football players. Bear River blasted Placer 35-14 last season t ...

Del Oro volleyball overpowers Oakmont

Senior Emily Mattevi swatted 12 kills to lead the Del Oro High volleyball team past Oakmont 25-22, 25-15, 25-23 Wednesday night in Loomis. The Golden Eagles got 10 kills from Bell ...

A long journey back to Jessup

Patricia Plummer has had quite a college volleyball odyssey. She’s spent each of her four years of eligibility at a different school. She’s gone from local schools to the East ...