boys basketball

Rocklin's Taylor resigns as basketball coach

Steve Taylor resigned as Rocklin High’s varsity boys basketball coach today. Taylor, who started the Thunder program when the school opened in 1993, informed his players today t ...

Lincoln's Hale helps North boys top South

Lincoln High senior Keenan Hale (seven points) helped the North top the South 119-103 in Saturday’s 33rd annual boys Optimist All Star Basketball game at Center High. Forest Lak ...

Timberwolves see NorCal title slip from their grasp

The victory that felt so close just slipped through the fingers of the Woodcreek High boys basketball team Saturday night at Arco Arena. The Timberwolves had possession of the b ...

Timberwolves return to Arco

As part of our game preview, we spoke to both coaches, and also to two coaches who are familiar with Woodcreek and St. Francis and asked their thoughts on the game. Steve Taylor of ...

Timberwolves rally late, beat Mitty in overtime

On its way to the Bay Area Saturday afternoon, the Woodcreek High boys basketball team took a little detour past Arco Arena. "The guys looked out the window and said there was o ...

Thunder boys fall to St. Francis 75-72

The season came to a close for Rocklin High’s boys basketball team on Thursday night. The Thunder, seeded No. 10 in the Northern California regional tournament, were beaten 75-7 ...

Lincoln’s Hale named PVL MVP

Lincoln High boys basketball star Keenan Hale has been named MVP of the Pioneer Valley League. The senior forward, 6-foot-4, helped the Zebras (22-6 overall) reach the second roun ...

New videos at Placer Sports

We have posted some new video reports at our regional all-sports Web site, www.placersports.com.  Visit our site and click on the video content area to see highlights from the ...

Woodcreek fights back, beats Oakmont for section title

When you get a chance to put away a great team like Woodcreek, you had better do it because they won’t stay down for long. That was a lesson learned by the Oakmont High boys b ...

Thunder boys fall to Woodcreek 71-64

Rocklin High’s boys basketball team lost to Woodcreek, 71-64, in Thursday night’s Sac-Joaquin Section, Division II semifinal contest at Arco Arena. However, due to a change in ...