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

Starting from scratch

Western Sierra Collegiate Academy is in its fourth year of football. They are members of the Sacramento Metropolitan Athletic League and, like other Division VII schools, they have ...

Zebras shut out Whitney in Stars and Stripes game

The Lincoln High football team took on visiting Whitney last Friday in a game where the Fighting Zebras fired on all cylinders in front of a home crowd to defeat the Wildcats 30-0. ...

Zebras girls tennis has great attitude and ambition

The Lincoln High girls tennis team started the fall season in August in the new Foothill Valley League. Their former league featured co-ed tennis, which is now in the fall for the ...


The Lincoln High fall sports programs approach competing in the new Foothill Valley League. Baseball Lincoln High Principal Michael Maul announced that The Fighting Zebras will h ...

Rocklin teams suffer setbacks last week

ROCKLIN – It was not a good week for Rocklin football, with the Thunder, Whitney and Western Sierra all losing on the gridiron. Whitney took on Fresno’s Central High s ...


Lest fans forget, there is more to this season than football. Tennis Although Antelope eked out a 4-5 victory, Lincoln winners were Dakotah Behrendt 4-6, 6-2, 6-2, Citaly Lazron ...