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Wolverine teams claw their way to CCAA Final Fours

There will be lots of Sierra College crimson in Bakersfield this weekend. The powerful Sierra softball team and the upstart Wolverine baseball team will compete in their respective ...

Sierra softball headed to Super Regionals after sweep

ROCKLIN ?Turning 19 turned out to be a big day in Kacy Romero?s life. The Sierra College freshman second baseman gave the Wolverines a 7-5 lead with a base hit, and then for icing ...

Tisdel takes leave of absence from Sierra

Sierra College head football coach, Jeff Tisdel, announced Wednesday he was taking a medical leave of absence and immediately stepping down from his coaching duties. Tisdel will co ...

Gang takes over as Sierra A.D.

Trading Eagles for Wolverines, Thomas Gang is the new Sierra College associate dean of athletics. The former Mendocino College athletic director’s appointment was approved by th ...

Volek garners one last honor at Sierra

Just before retiring from his post as athletic director at Sierra College, John Volek collected one last prestigious honor. Volek was named the Under Armour Athletic Director of th ...

Wolverines swing for state title

The Sierra College women’s tennis team will face off against Santa Monica College for the California Community Colleges Athletic Association State Tennis Championship today. Th ...

Arent jamming, cramming

ROCKLIN — Casey Arent is aware of what is at stake when he stays home instead of going out with his buddies. The 2008 Del Oro High graduate’s social life will have to suffer fo ...

Lady Wolverines get hot for postseason run

After a fourth-place finish in the Big 8 Conference, the Sierra College women’s volleyball team hits its stride once the postseason began.The Lady Wolverines rode their playo ...

Sierra back on winning track at homecoming

ROCKLIN — Benched the entire first quarter Saturday afternoon, Brandon Michalkiewicz made the most of homecoming when he finally hit the field. The Sierra College wide receiver ...

Wolverines drop fourth straight in Valley opener

STOCKTON — At this point, the Sierra College Wolverines are less concerned with defending their back-to-back Valley Conference titles than they are winning a game. Sierra slipped ...