Sierra Foothill League

Del Oro throws top of SFL into a logjam

A big celebration and an eventful Senior Night for Roseville High School ended in disappointment Friday when Del Oro handed the Tigers their first Sierra Foothill League loss, 31-2 ...

Del Oro knocks off Granite Bay

The legend of the Granite Bay-Del Oro High school football rivalry lives, as the formidable foes engaged in another battle Friday night in Granite Bay.Del Oro junior defensive back ...

Woodcreek starts fast for a change, busts Bear River

Woodcreek jumped off to its first stellar start of the season and finished with a 35-7 nonconference win at home over Bear River on Friday night. “We jumped on them early,” Ti ...

Woodcreek football takes on pack mentality

James Nunley accounted for 49 percent of Woodcreek’s yardage last season. Since seniors aren’t allowed to play a fifth year of high school football, however, he’s gone. The ...

Eagles get clipped

LOOMIS — In a sport where offensive prowess is measured in “kills,” a team had better have a killer instinct. With the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs looming, Del Oro High gi ...

Del Oro girls claim SFL crown

Del Oro High’s girls cross country team slipped past regular-season champion Woodcreek to win the Sierra Foothill League finals on Friday, with Granite Bay third and Oakmont four ...

Eagles edged in key SFL showdown

Del Oro High missed a prime opportunity to distance itself from Roseville in the Sierra Foothill League boys soccer standings Tuesday afternoon in Loomis. The Tigers rallied for tw ...

Eagles renew friendly rivalry

There’s something about the kind of rivalry that leads to intense competition between the white lines followed by two teams sharing a pizza after the game. It’s the camaraderie ...

Del Oro JV Boys Tighten Up SFL Race

A tight Sierra Foothill League JV boys basketball race is developing and after a pair of nail biting wins last week, the Del Oro JVs are right in the middle of the pennant chase. ...

KAHI broadcasting voice is a veteran Hillman

You’ve probably heard his voice, but you might not know what he looks like. At the recent Placer High School Kendall Arnett Basketball Tournament he did the play-by-play broadca ...