football

Loss leaves Sierra College at 0-2 in conference

Jeff Tisdel does not expect any sympathy cards. His Sierra College football team has had its way with the Valley Conference the past three years, but the tables are turning against ...

Sierra College swaps quarterbacks again

Here he goes again. Jeff Tisdel is switching quarterbacks for the second time this season with Sierra College’s football team. The head coach is creating a “two-headed monste ...

Placer win a piece of cake

LINCOLN — Cake never tasted better for Placer High’s senior football players.With memories of a crushing 2009 loss to Lincoln lingering and a cake decorated with “Go Lincoln ...

Zebras healthy enough for PVL showdown

Left tackle Dickson Avecilla’s right forearm is broken. Center Travis Bakken’s left ankle is sprained. Forty percent of Lincoln High School’s starting offensive line is not a ...

As Wolverines win, they lose players

Zack Graves did not want to remove his helmet as time ran out last Saturday in Sierra College’s 27-21 overtime win over Feather River. It may be a week or so before the running b ...

Ball bounces Sierra's way again in overtime win

Jeff Tisdel doesn’t teach history at Sierra College, but the veteran football coach knows it can repeat itself. The Wolverines learned that Saturday afternoon in Rocklin. Sierra ...

Lincoln escapes hole, then buries Foothill

Ken Lowe praised his Lincoln High School football team for keeping its cool Friday night when he was on the verge of losing his. A 14-point deficit can do that to a coach. Once th ...

Much more there than just his hair

This is for his parents, who made the difficult decision four years ago to send their son to live with his aunt and uncle in Portland, Ore. East Palo Alto was no place for John Blo ...

Sierra wins in overtime after letting lead slip away

Sione Fuapau caused it, Clark Partridge recovered it and Courtney Gardner made it pay off Saturday afternoon for Sierra College’s football team in the Wolverines’ first road vi ...

Schablaske stands tall at Sierra College

Don’t sell Taylor Schablaske short because he is 5-foot-9. The Sierra College sophomore prefers to be measured by his hands, and the wide receiver is putting his to good use this ...