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Paradise Post
Cougars’ Goymer named PVL MVPThe Pioneer Valley League All-League Volleyball team was recently announced and
Paradise Post / Posted 10 days ago
The Pioneer Valley League All-League Volleyball team was recently announced and, as expected, the unbeaten Paradise Adventist Academy Cougars led the team with three selections plus the league MVP spot. The Cougars, who made the Northern Section... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Hillmen on top: Placer beats rival Center for first title since 1981, ending coach’s 0-4 streaktries. Looking the part of top seed in Division IV, Placer used balanced offen
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 20 days ago
tries. Looking the part of top seed in Division IV, Placer used balanced offense and just enough defensive stops to beat Pioneer Valley League rival Center 42-32 on Saturday night at Cosumnes Oaks High in Elk Grove. Sign up today for a free 30... Read more
21d
The Sacramento Bee
Playoff roundup: His 99- and 97-yard TDs lead Del Oro’s upset; Oak Ridge rally shortand No. 5 Colfax (9-3) will play No. 6 Bear River (9-3) at noon for the D-V cha
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 days ago
and No. 5 Colfax (9-3) will play No. 6 Bear River (9-3) at noon for the D-V championship. All four teams are members of the Pioneer Valley League. Top-seeded Sutter (11-1) will host No. 3 Anderson (10-2) at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Northern Section... Read more
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23d
The Sacramento Bee
‘Really low point’: He lost Jesuit’s starting QB job, then fueled a 10-game win streak(7-5) – The Hillmen have been in four title games since 2008 and seek their fir
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 23 days ago
(7-5) – The Hillmen have been in four title games since 2008 and seek their first banner since 1981 as they meet their Pioneer Valley League rivals in D-IV play. Center is in a title game for the first time since coach Digol J’Beily... Read more
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23d
The Sacramento Bee
‘Leaving a legacy’: How three small-town teams from foothills reached section finalsserve as a social hub for generations of alumni. On Saturday, three programs st
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 23 days ago
serve as a social hub for generations of alumni. On Saturday, three programs steeped in tradition and hailing from the same Pioneer Valley League will compete for Sac-Joaquin Section championships – on a turf field in a county more than an hour away... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Big rematches in high school football playoffs, including PVL teams meeting for titles1 with a last-second two-point conversion. In the D-IV finals Saturday at Cosu
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 25 days ago
1 with a last-second two-point conversion. In the D-IV finals Saturday at Cosumnes Oaks High, top-seeded Placer faces Pioneer Valley League rival Center, the third seed, in a rematch of a league game the Hillmen won 38-13 on Oct. 13. In D-V,... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Turnovers costly in Ripon’s semifinal losschance. But both tries fell incomplete, as the Bruins celebrated a chance to p
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 28 days ago
chance. But both tries fell incomplete, as the Bruins celebrated a chance to play for next week’s section title against Pioneer Valley League rival Colfax. The Falcons held off top-seeded Sonora 56-55 with a late stop on a two-point conversion... Read more
28d
The Sacramento Bee
Playoff roundup: Colfax wins thriller; Folsom, Oak Ridge and Granite Bay rollconversion attempt and Colfax (9-3) recovered the onside kick to advance to nex
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 28 days ago
conversion attempt and Colfax (9-3) recovered the onside kick to advance to next Saturday’s championship game against Pioneer Valley League rival Bear River, 1 p.m. at Cosumnes Oaks High School in Elk Grove. Gookin passed for two touchdowns... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
TWO PATHS TO SJS FINALS(8-3) today will be the 2 1/2-hour bus ride covering 108 miles to Grass Valley.
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 29 days ago
(8-3) today will be the 2 1/2-hour bus ride covering 108 miles to Grass Valley. There, No. 6 Bear River (8-3) of the rugged Pioneer Valley League awaits. The distance and travel time double last week’s trek to San Andreas, where Ripon stunned... Read more

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