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Falcons, Golden Eagles soar into second round

The Colfax High volleyball team finally ousted its longtime nemesis Tuesday night in Garden Valley. The No. 13-seeded Falcons swept No. 4 Golden Sierra 25-21, 25-23, 25-19 to ope ...

Hillmen regroup for trip to Lincoln

After some very bad news last week and a subpar showing last Friday against Bear River, Placer High football coach Joey Montoya delivered some good news this week. “The playoffs ...

The road is unkind in Wildfires’ SMAL opener

The Foresthill High football team dropped its Sacramento Metro Athletic League opener Saturday despite a stellar defensive effort in Roseville. Chris Parker’s touchdown run in ...

Cox returns to guide Grizzlies

GARDEN VALLEY — Terry Cox is enjoying familiar surroundings these days. After a decade away from Golden Sierra High, he is back to guide the Grizzlies’ football program. The ...

Sierra Scoop: The dirt on turf projects

As turf football fields pop up all around them, coaches and administrators in the foothills aren’t just sitting around watching the grass grow. There have been rumblings around ...

Golden Sierra doubles up Forest Lake, 12-6

LODI — After erupting for six runs in the first inning Thursday, the Golden Sierra High baseball team appeared headed for an easy win in the postseason’s first round. Those si ...

Waldron a big fish at Pacific

Before Tyler Waldron ever took the mound for the University of the Pacific baseball team, Tigers coach Ed Sprague saw him as a Friday night guy. That's Sprague's term for the ac ...

Hillmen take non-league slugfest at James

The Placer High baseball team outlasted Bear Creek 15-14 Friday at James Field in an exciting non-league contest. The Hillmen improved to 5-3 with the win. They will face Colfax o ...