Sports

Whitney's Rodrigues Commits To Oregon

Whitney High School quarterback Jake Rodrigues, rated as one of the top quarterbacks in the nation heading into the 2011 football season, has verbally committed to play in 2012 at ...

Lake Almanor, and its trophy fishing, beckons

As a youngster, I remember often getting away with the family. Mostly it was weekend trips, but occasionally, a week outing occurred. You’d find a likely spot and, with the vehic ...

Thunder volleyball team wins title

Tyson Norton has a tough act to follow as Rocklin High School’s boys’ volleyball coach. It will be his own after the Thunder won the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship ...

Wildcats bounce back; Get shot at Sac-Joaquin title

aBy Cecil Conley Sports Editor An error by Alex Rodriguez cost Whitney High School’s softball team in Tuesday’s 4-1 loss to Rodriguez High of Fairfield. All she could do afte ...

Section's elite create masters-piece

Zac Post removed his track shoes and heaved them nearly as far as he did the shot put. The Whitney High School senior was fuming after a poor performance, and his shoes were withi ...

Rocklin swings into title game

Roc Murray did not have a second thought about giving away the second out in the fourth inning Monday. There is often a method to the Rocklin High School baseball coach’s brand ...

Title shot tipped away

One measly goal was all Rocklin High School’s girls soccer team allowed in its three Sac- Joaquin Section Division II playoff matches. That one goal was enough, however, to spoil ...

Skateboarders show off winning style

Nearly 70 skateboarders competed in the Gatorade Free Flow tour held Saturday at EPIC Indoor Skate Park. Rocklin’s venue was one of 15 skateboard parks throughout the nation s ...

Rocklin backs new regional sports complex

Rocklin is hoping to cash-in on a new idea for a regional sports complex that could potentially be an economic boon for the city. “These things happen all the time somewhere in ...

Young pitcher slings it with both hands

Eight-year-old Aiden McNasby has quite a unique trait — he can pitch right-handed and left-handed.As a toddler, Aiden would pick up things with both hands and eventually learned ...