sports

Make plans to support Zebras’ sports

Although football takes up most of the media space in anticipation of fall sports, there are plenty of other games in town well worth getting out for to help support the Fighting Z ...

Fifth Quarter to build community while promoting substance-free activities for students

Lincoln’s Bayside Church Pastor Al Soto doesn't want to focus on the negatives on why his church is spearheading the new Fifth Quarter program at Lincoln High School. In ...

Rocklin Family Chiropractic offering sports physical

Rocklin Family Chiropractic is offering sports physicals for those high school athletes planning on participating in sports this fall. The cost per physical is $25, but $10 is the ...

Looking in the review mirror

It would be clichéd to say it was a year to remember for Lincoln High School, but many will look back and think of it as … a year to remember. After taking his team ...

Why I love my local newspaper

 In the early 1960s, I resided in the Bay Area in a city of about 60,000 residents.  Our city had a weekly newspaper and I looked forward to receiving it each Wednesda ...

Lincoln athletes extend their seasons

No matter how one looks at it, 2013 has started off as a banner year for Lincoln High School sports. The football team will try to keep their season alive this Friday at Inderkum ...

Basuini, Wiesner Cal Pac runners of the week

It was a busy week for the William Jessup sports programs as cross-country and soccer kept pace in the California Pacific Conference recently. CROSS-COUNTRY The Warriors’ M ...

How things are stacking up

The Lincoln High School football team got back on track this last week by again breaking the 50-point barrier for the Fighting Zebras third victory of the preseason. With league a ...

Fighting Zebras on the move

The fall high school season is now in full swing and some teams have earned the right for some early accolades. Perhaps the biggest juggernaut in prep football is the Lincoln Figh ...

Section media day and Bill

I took the long trip to Lodi last week for the California Interscholastic Federation, Sac-Joaquin Section’s annual media day. I had not been to one of these before and found ...