basketball

Jessup women respect basketball elder

Ask Guin Boggs about the women’s basketball team at William Jessup University and the veteran coach is a fountain of information. Ask him to reveal his age and the well suddenly ...

No Mosier, no problem for Colfax

SACRAMENTO — Even from his uncomfortable seat on a stretcher in the Power Balance Pavilion pressroom, Chase Mosier couldn’t hold back his smile Saturday afternoon. Colfax High ...

Sierra women to face familiar foe

Here they go again. Brandie Murrish and her Sierra College women’s basketball team will face a familiar foe in the semifinals of the Northern California Regional playoffs Saturd ...

Sierra women advance in playoffs

This season has lasted so long for the Sierra College women’s basketball team that two players look far different these days than they did when the squad convened Oct. 1 for its ...

Rocklin, Whitney girls earn playoff berths

Staff Report Rocklin High School’s girls basketball team will have home-court advantage in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoffs. The brackets for all ...

Whitney, Rocklin girls await playoff seedings

Brackets for the Sac-Joaquin Section basketball playoffs will be announced Sunday, and it appears the girls teams at Rocklin and Whitney high schools will make it in their respecti ...

Jessup men take shot at title

More than a conference championship will be at stake for the William Jessup University men’s basketball team tonight when the Warriors battle Menlo College at 7:30 p.m. in Rockli ...

Whitney boys, girls both 14th in power ratings

Whitney High School's boys and girls basketball teams would be in the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs if the postseason began today. Rocklin's girls would also earn a berth. Rocklin' ...

Gym would be dandy at William Jessup

A plan to build a larger cafeteria at William Jessup University could be a blessing for the basketball and volleyball teams. They are starving for a gymnasium that does not resembl ...

Rocklin senior comprehends court

Kyle Peterson might as well be a coach with Rocklin High School’s boys basketball team. The 6-foot-1 senior guard certainly acts like one when he is standing on the sideline duri ...