Jim Linsdau

Sports Editor
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Jim Linsdau was selected as Athlete of the Year when a senior in high school and played one year of football in junior college. He turned his interests to the health sciences and writing and got his first job as a sports editor with the Placer Herald in the early ‘90s.
He spent several years as managing editor of his own bi-weekly newspaper and produced a publication called HSL Sports covering high school athletics.
Jim is married with a daughter attending Western Sierra Collegiate Academy.

Recent Work

Rocklin takes out St. Francis in section championship

At 9-1 in Sierra Foothill League play, Rocklin High girls tennis captured the team crown. The Thunder entered the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Playoffs as the No. 2 seed and ...

Rocklin advances to second round of NorCals

The two best offensive weapons of Rocklin High’s girls volleyball team showed up in Tuesday night’s opening round of the CIF NorCal Regional Division I girls volleyball ...

Wildcats battle, but Panthers claim NorCal opener

Coming off a 10-23 season and heading into the Division I Sierra Foothill League for the first time, the 2018 Whitney High girls volleyball had a big challenge ahead of them. But ...

Western Sierra shocks No. 5 Quincy in NorCals

The Western Sierra Collegiate Academy girls volleyball team continued to make school history. The Wolves not only won their first section playoff match this season, but made it to ...

Trying to turn that championship corner

The Lincoln High football season ended with a 49-28 loss at Tracy in round one of the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II Playoffs Friday. Although the Fighting Zebras took an earl ...

Everett and Williamson make a run for state

Destiny Everett and Saedy Williamson will both head for Folsom Saturday to compete in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section championships at Willow Hill. At subsections, Everett was unable ...