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Boyer, Johnson take second at Escalon wrestling tournament

Dalton Boyer and Ben Johnson led Vista del Lago’s wrestling team at the Escalon Invitational over the weekend. Both Vista wrestlers competed at a higher weight class than th ...

Jerry Manuel Foundation and William Jessup University to host baseball banquet honoring Derrek Lee and Greg Vaughn

ROCKLIN ― The Jerry Manuel Foundation and William Jessup University will host a Baseball Banquet at the growing university, honoring former Major League Baseball players and Sacr ...

GOLDEN GIRLS: Del Oro wrestlers, among the best in the state, win the illustrious Napa Valley Classic

After food poisoning and car trouble ruined Del Oro High’s title shots at the Napa Valley Classic girls wrestling tournament in recent years, Golden Eagles coaches got creati ...

Sports Chatter: No more ‘Lady’ in mascot monikers

There’s a current move by the Colfax High Falcon Foundation to have two new CIF State championship banners ― some five-feet by six-feet in size ― to be placed in the Ron ...

Bulldogs fall to Monte Vista, 66-64

The first week of Sierra Foothill League play went well for the Bulldogs, but it ended Saturday with a disappointing 66-64 non-league loss to Monte Vista in the Father Barry Classi ...

Folsom football team to be honored with parade, ceremony Thursday at the Palladio

Folsom High’s state football championship will be celebrated from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Palladio. A short parade will begin at Whole Foods and will end at the center c ...

Folsom girls dominate Granite Bay in 58-33 victory

The Sierra Foothill League opener against Oak Ridge didn’t go as well as planned, but Folsom High’s varsity girls’ basketball team righted the ship Friday in an i ...

Folsom's stellar defense leads to 56-36 win over Granite Bay

The better a team’s defense, the less prolific the offense has to be for the team to be successful. The Folsom Bulldogs, however, can play it however you like it and on Frid ...

THE WOLVERINE: Placer grad Isaiah Pineiro reaching new heights for Sierra College basketball

You can’t reach the next level with a big step in the right direction. Just to be safe, 6-foot-6-inch Sierra College freshman Isaiah Pineiro has done it with a giant leap. ...