wrestling

Whitney sends five wrestlers to Masters

The Whitney High wrestling team placed second in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III championships held on the Wildcats’ campus over the weekend. Five Wildcats wrestle ...

Whitney to host Sac-Joaquin Division III championships

Whitney High School will be the site of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III wrestling championships this Friday and Saturday. The opening ceremony is at 10:45 a.m. and the action ...

Placer County wrestlers shine in SFL Championships at Del Oro High

LOOMIS — The six prep wrestling teams in the Sierra Foothill League were so anxious to open the 2014 individual postseason, they couldn’t even wait for school to get ou ...

Whitney's Overton takes second at sections meet to qualify for state

STOCKTON – Whitney High School had four entries in the SJS/Northern Section Women’s Championship held at McNair High School this past weekend. As a team, the Wildcats ...

Wildcats wrestlers take out Rio Americano 69-9

Whitney High School gave Rio Americano a real trouncing in wrestling, beating the Raiders 69-9 last week on Senior Night. Only two junior varsity wrestlers were in the match for W ...

Orange Crush looks for Japan trip sponsors

Enthusiasm is growing for Lincoln’s local chapter of the Orange Crush Wrestling Clubs, kindergarten through second grade, which just won the Dual Meet Championship in Corcora ...

Sporting things to do in the area

For anyone feeling left out of the sporting arena, here are a few things on the local docket. The Sacramento Area Wrestling Association (SAWA) will host a tournament at the Hardwo ...

Roseville shellacs Nevada Union in SFL dual

  Nevada Union High’s wrestling team spotted Roseville five free victories during Thursday’s Sierra Foothill League showdown in Grass Valley. The Tigers hardly n ...

Zumaran claims Chico wrestling title

  Apparently Andrew Zumaran’s pot of gold has been hiding in Chico this whole time. The 182-pound senior wrestler at Woodcreek High escaped the Joe Rios Memorial ...

Placer County native prepares for run at NCAA wrestling championships

  The illustrious wrestling career of 2009 Granite Bay High School graduate Ryan Loder has come down to 12 events across 78 days — the last three played out on ESPN at ...