Sports

Athlete of the Week: Emily Anderson

Vista del Lago sophomore Emily Anderson is coming on. She’s making the move from shooting guard to point guard this year and is making good progress and is doing so quickly ...

Bulldogs simply dominant

Dominant is the best word used to describe the Bulldogs this season; winning all 16 games with a running clock in the fourth quarter. The team’s closest game by final score ...

Senior class caps remarkable career

Folsom High’s senior class of 32 football players have had an outstanding four-year run. The class started off as 71 players strong on the 2011 freshman team, which won all ...

Taylor, coaches deserve credit too

Troy Taylor is consumed by football. Two years ago, less than two weeks after losing to De La Salle, he was at a Folsom basketball game with a notepad and pencil drawing up plays ...

Bulldogs finally achieve goal of state title

As eighth graders, many of the current senior football players on Folsom High’s team followed the 2010 team on their journey to a state championship, undoubtedly dreaming abo ...

Bulldogs place first at Jailbreak Duals

Folsom won all five dual matches convincingly Saturday to claim their own Jailbreak Dual tournament. The Bulldogs cruised to wins over El Molino (64-12), Hanford (61-12), St. Mar ...

Lady Bulldogs recover after big loss to Antelope

Nothing like a big loss and a benching to turn things around for a team. Folsom High’s varsity girls lost for only the second time this season Thursday, losing big in first ...

Eagles placed seventh at Mesa Verde Tournament

Vista, still bitten by the flu bug, struggled at the Mesa Verde Tournament last week, placing seventh. Despite being less than 100 percent healthy, the Eagles narrowly won the two ...

Bulldogs claim state title in dominating 68-7 fashion

It really should have come as no surprise. Folsom claimed the CIF Division I state football championship Saturday night in Carson the same way it won its previous 15 games: an unst ...

Three Sierra College football players sign National Letters of Intent

Football lives on for three Sierra College football players. Leonard Hazewood, Javon Tillman and Zack Starnes all inked commitments to play at a four-year school Wednesday during ...