football

The memories will endure

Auburn’s sports scene was filled with record-breaking performances, dramatic victories and inspiring turnarounds in 2010. The Endurance Capital of the World got another major ...

Late charge gives Bulldogs state title

CARSON — Three touchdowns in 25 seconds turned a close game into a Folsom blowout, as the Bulldogs won the CIF State Football Division II Championship on Saturday in Carson, defe ...

Alleged extortionist was not male stripper, detective says

A local college and high school football star charged with extortion was not a part of the male strippers group he allegedly linked to prostitution. Auburn Police officers arrest ...

Turnaround leads to title for Del Oro

SACRAMENTO — Casey Taylor and his Del Oro High School football team were in no hurry to get out of the rain Saturday night. The Golden Eagles soaked in the thrill of victory for ...

Adair grins and bears it

LOOMIS — There are a few things Tyler Adair wants to check off his to-do list before Dec. 15. That’s the day he’ll go under the knife for surgery on the torn ACL in his left ...

Del Oro to play for D-III crown next Saturday

PATTERSON — The Del Oro High football team stumbled out of the gate Friday night in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III semifinals. By the time Kenny Andri, Brandon Monroe and ...

Extreme makeover: Del Oro edition

If there’s a poster child for Del Oro High’s transformation on the football field this fall, it’s Max Magleby. Just six weeks ago, optimism was in short supply on the Del Or ...

Playoff run takes its toll on Eagles

They are physically beat up. They are tired. They are hungry. And they are loving every minute of it. For the players on the Del Oro High football team, this is the most wonderfu ...

Inspired Del Oro grad doing anything he can for Nevada

Before every University of Nevada home football game, Jack Reynoso takes a moment to remember his dad. The Del Oro High graduate’s father, Rick, died of a cancerous brain tumor ...

Del Oro marches on to semifinal

One chance was all Whitney High School’s football team wanted in the second half Friday night in Loomis. When it finally arrived, the Wildcats let it slip through their hands lik ...