sierra foothill league

Living on the ragged edge: Woodcreek football team vows to find SFL success

With each mighty rep in the Woodcreek High weight room this summer, incoming senior Dominic Balmer is making a statement. He and the rest of his fellow Timberwolves will fall noth ...

Predications give way to season grind

The anticipation that comes from long hours of hard work under a non-relenting sun was adjusted a bit last Friday as many high schools in the area began their 2013 football campaig ...

Granite Bay-Folsom: A titan against a titan

Friday's Granite Bay-Folsom football clash has had people talking since — well, since this game was scheduled, mostly because these are two of the top programs in the gre ...

Although it isn’t yet fall …

With temperatures hovering around the century mark, it’s hard to imagine that fall is approaching. OK, OK, it’s still two months away, but the talk has already turned t ...

Granite Bay football coach Cooper steps down

Ernie Cooper, the only varsity football head coach at Granite Bay since the high school was established in 1996, stepped down Wednesday. Cooper led the Grizzlies to five Sac-Joaqu ...

To realign or not to realign

Placer is out, now Placer is in. Roseville is out but Nevada Union cannot get out. That’s about where league realignment for the Pioneer Valley and Sierra Foothill leagues st ...

Reasons to be thankful

Today is the day we give thanks for a bountiful harvest in the tradition of the Pilgrims who braved coming to this new world for a better life. Theirs was not so great but things g ...

Time to strap it on

It was opening week for some area high school football teams, while others will begin gridiron acting this weekend. The Capital Football (Athletic) League made an excellent showin ...

Plenty of sweat equity

The volleyball match between Whitney and Rocklin high schools is Aug. 27, not Aug. 17. There was a typo in the Wildcats’ preseason schedule last week. The temperatures this week ...

Soccer playoffs all in knots

Although Rocklin High girls soccer finished with a 12-5-4 overall record (.667 winning percentage) it didn?t qualify for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II Playoffs playing in a c ...