Del Oro

Hail, rain cut Eagles’ game short

ROSEVILLE – The sun poked itself out from behind the clouds as Del Oro and Woodcreek took the field Friday night. But before the first half was done the artificial turf field was ...

Eagles rally back for five-game win over Roseville

LOOMIS – Errors had plagued the Del Oro High boys volleyball team through the first three matches of the Sierra Foothill League schedule. After a first game loss Thursday night t ...

Break, rain turn into rust for local teams

A perfect storm of rain, spring break and more rain has some coaches attempting everything they can to keep rust from forming on their players short of sandpaper and Rustoleum. Th ...

Rain ceases Eagles’ bid to unseat SFL leading Woodcreek

ROSEVILLE – The Del Oro High softball team wanted to get in a game badly and was willing to gamble to do so. Its bet Wednesday may not pay off. The Eagles (5-1 SFL, 9-2) traveled ...

CIF inks $8.5M broadcast deal with Time-Warner

Television contracts have reshaped the college sports landscape and the fervor behind broadcasting has not been missed at the high school level. The California Interscholastic Fede ...

Local teams finish strong at Stanford Invite

The Placer High track team sent a small contingent to the Stanford Invite over the weekend where the Hillmen ran and jumped with some of the best track and field athletes on the We ...

Local athletes head to Stanford Invite

The Stanford Invitational has become one of the premier track and field events not only in college but in high school. Thousands of athletes come from all over the West Coast with ...

Game off

Area schools will be eerily quiet this week with students out for spring break. But while the majority of the student body will be free to enjoy their break, a handful of sports te ...

One hurdle over, few more remain

LOOMIS – Good things happen when the Del Oro High boys tennis team beats Granite Bay. But good times seemed like distant memories the last two years as the Grizzlies served as a ...

Placer, Del Oro squeeze in midseason scrimmage

LOOMIS – The rain has plagued many sports this spring but the clouds opened up just long enough Wednesday for Placer High and Del Oro to get together for a much-needed midseason ...