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The Sacramento Bee
Why Capital Christian tops boys basketball rankings despite its losing recordscored 20. The Titans are defending Metropolitan Conference champions. Oak Rid
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 5 days ago
scored 20. The Titans are defending Metropolitan Conference champions. Oak Ridge (5-0) moved to No. 5 after downing Sierra Foothill League rival Granite Bay 53-52 in the finals of the Titan Holiday Classic, hosted by Antelope. Koelbe... Read more
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The Mercury News
CIF football: Pittsburg rolls past Granite Bay for NorCal crownthrough the second quarter. Granite Bay had only lost twice entering the region
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
through the second quarter. Granite Bay had only lost twice entering the regional title game. One of those was a 35-14 Sierra Foothill League loss to the Folsom Bulldogs, who play Helix of San Diego next Friday for the state Div. I-AA... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
WHERE THE BUFFALOES ROAMlinebacker while getting snaps at fullback in recent postseason contests. uCAR
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 9 days ago
linebacker while getting snaps at fullback in recent postseason contests. uCARRYING VOL TORCH: The CCS has the WCAL. The Sierra Foothill League, which has two NorCal qualifiers in Folsom and Granite Bay, is king in the SJS. The VOL has surely... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Granite Bay grinds its way back to the top, shutting out rival Del Oro for section titleinto a season of promise vowing better results. On Saturday night at Sacrament
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
into a season of promise vowing better results. On Saturday night at Sacramento State, Granite Bay delivered, belting Sierra Foothill League rival Del Oro 22-0 in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship. Sign up today for a free 30... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘He’s a bad dude’: Folsom braces for its ‘nightmare’ on the football fieldAnd, oh yeah, this is as good a rivalry game as there is in the section. When t
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 15 days ago
And, oh yeah, this is as good a rivalry game as there is in the section. When the Placer County teams from the Sierra Foothill League met earlier this season, Granite Bay beat the Golden Eagles behind Evan Tattersall’s three rushing... Read more
16d
The Sacramento Bee
Best plan to win a section title Saturday? Coach who faced all the contenders has ideasOak Ridge coach who can speak of the joy and frustration of facing these progra
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
Oak Ridge coach who can speak of the joy and frustration of facing these programs. The Trojans went 11-2 this season. In Sierra Foothill League play, Oak Ridge defeated Granite Bay 14-7 in overtime and Del Oro 32-14. Oak Ridge fell to Folsom in... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
His stats don’t scream ‘top recruit’. How Granite Bay star lured Cal, and many othersin Berkeley next season. “A big pro for me was getting to go to school with Ev
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
in Berkeley next season. “A big pro for me was getting to go to school with Evan at Cal,” said Craig, a first-team All-Sierra Foothill League player last year and likely to repeat this season. “It’s great to have a big back like Evan who is not... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Traditional powers top Bee’s preseason boys and girls basketball rankingsRebekah Brown, Serina McMillan and team leader RyAnne Walters. No. 4 Oak Ridge
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 18 days ago
Rebekah Brown, Serina McMillan and team leader RyAnne Walters. No. 4 Oak Ridge has great size and tenacity to repeat as Sierra Foothill League champions in what figures to be a good battle with rival Oak Ridge, which returns frontcourt players... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
How big plays from ‘Rocket’ helped Del Oro launch its way into section title game175-pound receiver said. Guzman and friends will need breakaway plays against
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 19 days ago
175-pound receiver said. Guzman and friends will need breakaway plays against Granite Bay’s stout defense when the Sierra Foothill League rivals meet for the D-II championship Saturday night at Sacramento State. Granite Bay (11-2) – which... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Private schools rule public in California football. Why that’s not the case hereGuzman’s 99-yard kickoff return for a score and a 97-yard touchdown reception o
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 days ago
Guzman’s 99-yard kickoff return for a score and a 97-yard touchdown reception on Carson Jarratt’s pass to set up an All-Sierra Foothill League championship on Saturday at Sac State. Del Oro seeks its 12th title since 1989 and eighth since 2008... Read more
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22d
The Sacramento Bee
Granite Bay rides Tattersall train into section final, escaping upset by Del Campovictory over the fourth-seeded Cougars and ran the No. 1 Grizzlies right into t
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 22 days ago
victory over the fourth-seeded Cougars and ran the No. 1 Grizzlies right into the D-II section final next Saturday against Sierra Foothill League foe No. 7 Del Oro, which beat No. 3 Central Catholic, 23-12. The Cougars threatened an upset from the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Playoff roundup: His 99- and 97-yard TDs lead Del Oro’s upset; Oak Ridge rally shortDivision II semifinals Friday night in Modesto. The win advances the Golden Ea
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 22 days ago
Division II semifinals Friday night in Modesto. The win advances the Golden Eagles (8-5) to the championship game against Sierra Foothill League rival No. 1 Granite Bay on Dec. 2 at Sacramento State. Ryan Whalley also booted a 47-yard field goal... Read more
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Santa Clara Broncos
Meet the Future of Bronco Baseball – Cameron Allie40-yard laser timed dash to patrol central field for the Trojans. Allie helped
Santa Clara Broncos / Posted 26 days ago
40-yard laser timed dash to patrol central field for the Trojans. Allie helped guide his team to finish first in the Sierra Foothill League and third in the San Joaquin Section Championships last year. "We really like Cameron's athleticism,"... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘I was frazzled’: Del Campo kicker happy for redemption after nearly costly errorof the best football of his young life, scrambling, making plays, moving the te
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 28 days ago
of the best football of his young life, scrambling, making plays, moving the team into the end zone. SFL strength – The Sierra Foothill League is still standing strong with three of its four teams still alive after Rocklin fell at powerhouse... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Golden touch: Del Oro Golden Eagles batter unbeaten Inderkum with defensefor that breakthrough. Del Oro (7-5) looked the part of a team used to a good
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
for that breakthrough. Del Oro (7-5) looked the part of a team used to a good scrap, a program seasoned by the rigors of a Sierra Foothill League that includes the top two seeds in the Division I playoffs (Folsom and Oak ridge) and the No. 1 seed... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘We’re assured nothing’: Five key matchups as section football playoffs pit top talentplaying some dudes.” Rocklin is coming off a victory over a Modesto team, roll
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 30 days ago
playing some dudes.” Rocklin is coming off a victory over a Modesto team, rolling Downey 37-7. Rocklin hails from the Sierra Foothill League and finished behind D-I top seeds Folsom and Oak Ridge and D-II top seed Granite Bay. Central Catholic... Read more
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