High school

Wildcats sharpen skills for CVC run

A number of senior soccer players have passed through the hallowed halls of Whitney High School helping to build the Wildcats’ legacy and the 2015 group could be one of the s ...

Western Sierra begins inaugural campaign with a loss

Western Sierra Collegiate Academy did not go softly into its first-ever football game Friday night, as their opponent came in with shutout on their minds – the shutout did no ...

Young distance runners earn hardware at Junior Olympics

As many fall sports athletes in the Roseville area prepare for their seasons to begin, two young locals were busy competing in the Track and Field Junior Olympics in Jacksonville, ...

Rocklin tennis numbers, skill on upswing

Coming off a trip to the NorCal Championships and a share of the Sierra Foothill League title, the Thunder girls tennis team returned ready to take the next step. Returning ei ...

Western Sierra volleyball looking for leadership

There was no shortage of girls trying out for the 2015 Western Sierra Collegiate Academy volleyball team, but the Wolves still look like a team under construction. Although Wester ...

Reid injured, but Hillmen still hope to make Wolverines roster

The pads were popping and the sweat was flying at Sierra College football’s first scrimmage of the season Saturday. But one ill-timed step may have cost Placer High grad Conn ...

WHY NOT US? Woodcreek football looks to gain ground in SFL

It’s not easy building a team in the ultra-competitive Sierra Foothill League.  That’s exactly what the Woodcreek Timberwolves football program found out after st ...

Roseville Enjoys Quarterback Depth this Year

Heading into the first week of the 2015 regular season, the Roseville High football team has three quarterbacks who could all step into the game and lead their team to victory.&nbs ...

TIGER PRIDE - Roseville seeks return trip to playoffs

As the Roseville High football team begins their second season in the Capitol Valley Conference, the program hopes last season’s playoff experience and familiarity translates ...

Summer of surgeries: Scotty Henrichs returns to Granite Bay football

No player has looked forward to taking the field more this season than Granite Bay’s own Scotty Henrichs.  Just a few months ago, the 17-year-old wide receiver wasn&rsq ...

To boldly go … for the first time

Most high school football players entering their senior season have become accustomed to practicing in the closing weeks of summer in the scorching heat. It has become a yearly ...

Local ruby club looking forward to another year of success

The Sierra Foothills Rugby Club will be gearing up for another season with practices beginning around November. Based in Penryn, the multi-level organization had great success in 2 ...

Justin Castrillo Resigns from Oakmont Wrestling to Coach Son

For the last four seasons, Justin Castrillo has built a strong wrestling program at Oakmont High School. Castrillo led the school to Roseville School District’s only individu ...