basketball

Hoops dream a reality for former Del Oro star

Those familiar with Emilie Johnson know she rarely needs extra motivation to spend one more hour in the gym, jog another mile or put up 100 more free throws. But when the UC Santa ...

Arent grows by leaps, bounds

ROCKLIN — Casey Arent is no longer just, “a kid that’s tall.” That’s how the Del Oro High graduate described himself after a prep career that was admittedly mediocre. Up ...

Vintage basketball in Dimes Classic

Bennett Davison never made it to the NBA, but he has no regrets. His basketball career lasted much longer than he ever imagined and took him to countries he never thought he would ...

Ten CIF title games at Power Balance this weekend

A total of 10 California Interscholastic Federation state championship boys and girls basketball games are set for this Friday and Saturday at Power Balance Pavilion in Sacramento. ...

Del Oro goes OT, gets its rematch

The Del Oro High girls basketball team is headed back to Power Balance Pavilion with some revenge in mind. The Golden Eagles rallied in the fourth quarter, then pulled away in ove ...

Golden Eagles sail into semis

LOOMIS — Brianna Ruiz’s latest assault on Del Oro High’s track and field record book will have to wait. Club volleyball season is on the backburner for Belle Obert and Baile ...

New determination for Del Oro

Teenagers are resilient. But even four days after the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship game, the Del Oro High girls basketball team was still dealing with the sting of ...

Jessup women respect basketball elder

Ask Guin Boggs about the women’s basketball team at William Jessup University and the veteran coach is a fountain of information. Ask him to reveal his age and the well suddenly ...

No Mosier, no problem for Colfax

SACRAMENTO — Even from his uncomfortable seat on a stretcher in the Power Balance Pavilion pressroom, Chase Mosier couldn’t hold back his smile Saturday afternoon. Colfax High ...

Del Oro girls can't hang on

SACRAMENTO — Amidst the thunderous roar of a crowd mostly decked out in black and yellow, Del Oro High’s hopes for a Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship were spoiled b ...