football

Wildcats roll over Fernley 28-14 in season opener

Whitney High opened its varsity football season with a 28-14 victory over visiting Fernley of Nevada on Friday night. The Wildcats, who went 13-0 last season, led 28-7 before Fernl ...

Sierra’s stacked

ROCKLIN — During his stellar senior season at Colfax High, Jeff Divine kept close tabs on Sierra College football down the hill. He couldn’t help but cringe when Valley Confer ...

Young Wildcats ready to tackle season

Whitney High’s varsity football team, which went 13-0 last season, will open this year at home Friday against Fernley of Nevada. This game was originally supposed to be part of ...

Lincoln grad prepares for sophomore season at Menlo College

Tony Ramirez is about to start his sophomore football season at Menlo College, as he tries to forget the injury that cut short his freshman year. Ramirez, who graduated from Linco ...

Former Rocklin resident to play for New York in UFL

Quarterback C.J. Bacher, who grew up in Rocklin, will play for the New York Sentinels in the first season of the United Football League. Bacher played four years at Northwestern Un ...

Alumni football games upcoming

Fourteen alumni football games are scheduled to be played at Folsom High in late November. Rocklin’s alumni will take on Woodcreek’s alumni. The other schools participating in ...

Bigger Looks To Be Better For Grid Playoffs

If the initial first down of the 2009 high school football season is just three weeks away and fans second-guessing a coach’s decision to go for it on fourth down isn’t far beh ...

The Graves situation

Former Whitney High running back Zack Graves has decided to red-shirt this season while attending Sierra College. Graves, who had a record-setting career for the Wildcats, will st ...

Whitney’s playoff run resumes Friday

After a week off in the Sac-Joaquin Section, Division IV playoffs to let Placer High and Oakdale catch up with the rest of the field, Whitney’s varsity football team will host Si ...

Placer stuns Oakdale

OAKDALE — The front tooth chipped during a raucous celebration at midfield was worth it for Josh Turney. The Placer High Hillmen are moving on to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division ...