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Stakes Get A Little Bigger For Eagles

The stakes start getting a little bigger for the Del Oro Golden Eagles football team Friday night. Fresh off last Friday’s 41-12 second round CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Div. III ...

Placer boys, Woodcreek, Vista girls claim cross country titles

Following a one-year hiatus from the Sac-Joaquin Section cross country meet, one might think Karlie Garcia would have a solid plan to earn another first-place medal to put next to ...

Big Dividends Could Pay Off For "Battle" competitors

It’s hard to gauge whether a football game in the first week in September will pay dividends in December but according to Matt Williams, the 2nd Annual Battle at the Capital show ...

Concord-Whitney Will Have Div. I Feel

Next month’s “Battle at the Capital” football showcase hosted by Del Oro High will bring together a host of top notch prep teams from varying areas of Northern California. ...

Whitney claws past Colfax

COLFAX — Unbeaten no more, the Colfax High girls soccer team is shifting its attention to another goal never before achieved at the school. Whitney dominated its regular season ...

Del Oro Will Play Host To Football Showcase

The NCAA basketball Final Four, the opening of the major league baseball season and The Masters’ golf tournament always seems to make this time of the year one of the most exciti ...

Placer punishing all comers

Dan Fraguglia doesn’t have to look far to find tough competition on the tennis court. But he doesn’t count on it when he throws his Placer High uniform on. The senior said his ...

Bear River bounds past Whitney

LAKE OF THE PINES — After doing the dirty work for 30 minutes straight, Tanner Mathias was able to enjoy himself at the free throw line in the closing moments at Jack McCrory Gym ...

Hillmen come up short at Whitney

Whitney High’s varsity boys basketball team held on to beat visiting Placer 62-58 on Wednesday night in Rocklin. The Wildcats (19-6 overall) are now 9-1 in the Pioneer Valley Le ...

Whitney outlasts Placer to take PVL lead

It was too much Eric Gee and too many fouls for the Placer High boys basketball team to handle Thursday night at Earl Crabbe Gym. Whitney’s junior guard drilled a long 3-pointer ...