sports

Working hard

In covering sports one often hears the phrase, “working hard.” It might strike the novice as odd that those playing games would be referred to as working hard, but that is what ...

Cassell leads womens soccer; mens cross country takes Preview

The William Jessup University womens soccer team picked up two key wins last week. Behind two goals by senior Jacque Cassell, the Warriors defeated Holy Names University 2-1 last w ...

William Jessup readies for conference play

The William Jessup University womens soccer team fell to Fresno Pacific University 2-0 on Saturday. The Warriors out shot the Sunbirds 14-12, but could not find the back of the ne ...

Play sports while you can

There is perhaps no better time to enjoy sports than during those college prep years. There are no decisions to make as to where to play, politics are at a minimum, and there are n ...

Fitness expo debuts in Auburn

The NorCal All Sports Health and Fitness Expo is making its debut right here in Auburn, Saturday and Sunday. Vendor booths, demonstrations and a family friendly run are just a fe ...

Dream BIG

Some may be familiar with the effort going on now to try and come up with the financing to build an entertainment and sports complex in downtown Sacramento. It has been tabbed Thin ...

Thinking Big to overcome a shrinking economy

Amidst the hope that a new sports and entertainment complex will bring an estimated $7 billion to the area over the next 30 years, a number of chambers of commerce have offered the ...

All sorts of sports on display in playoff buffet

A softball mishap left Kelsey Ulep with a fear of flying objects when she was 7 years old. Whitney High School’s girls golf team should thank the individual responsible for U ...

City of Rocklin offering fall sports schedule

Whether it’s fencing, baton twirling or adult softball, now is the time to sign up for fall sports with the city of Rocklin. Rocklin Recreation is now accepting registrations f ...

Jr. Wildcats is more than just football and cheerleading

Whitney Junior Wildcats are learning more than how to tackle and cheer — they’re learning how to become better people. The youth football and cheer teams are centered around ...