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Placer football beefs up schedule

A hugely anticipated Placer High football season will be no cakewalk as coach Joey Montoya?s club will take on some impressive non-league competition beginning Aug. 31 in Modesto. ...

Placer crowns three section tennis champs

Tine Hummel has yet to find a true test on the tennis court this spring. Placer High?s German exchange student mowed down the competition at Friday?s Sac-Joaquin Section Division I ...

Hillgals storm back to top Lincoln, 7-5

The Placer High girls softball team?s remarkable surge continued Friday afternoon in Lincoln as the Hillgals held off the Zebras for a 7-5 victory. Placer won its sixth straight ga ...

Hess hauls in scholarship offer

Anthony Hess made certain he didn?t squander his one season in Placer High?s green and gold uniform. The senior caught the eyes of college coaches with his nose for the football, e ...

Hillmen get back at Zebras

The Placer High baseball team walked and blooped its way past Lincoln Thursday at James Field. In the process, the Hillmen jumped back into the league title race.Ryan Mason mowed d ...

Placer girls wrap up PVL track and field title

The Placer High girls track and field squad nailed down at least a share of the Pioneer Valley League championship Wednesday with an easy win over Foothill.The Hillgals mostly rest ...

Bruins take boys, girls PVL swimming?banners

The Bear River High swim team dominated the relays, then spread out and claimed much more hardware as individuals last weekend at the Pioneer Valley League swimming championships. ...

Lincoln's rally cools off Placer

Lincoln High baseball coach Troy Peterson did not hesitate to send senior Jordan Albarron out to the mound for the biggest game of the season in the Pioneer Valley League. Albarron ...

Hillgals brace for Bear River

The Placer High softball team got payback for one Pioneer Valley League loss on Monday. The Hillgals will look to avenge their other setback today.Placer edged Center 3-2 Monday as ...

Hillmen offer friendly fire

Blair Meyer humbly wore the ?No. 2? label all season for the Placer High tennis team. On Friday, he was finally crowned No. 1, though he wasn?t able to complete relish his victory ...