High school football

Del Oro hammers Woodcreek in SFL opener

LOOMIS — A bumpy first half of the high school football season is now behind Del Oro, and with Friday night’s 38-7 pasting of Woodcreek in a Sierra Foothill League opener, it ...

Del Oro suffers 40-0 loss to Oaks Christian at Battle for Veterans

Del Oro coach Casey Taylor was still capable of looking at the bigger picture after his high school football team suffered a 40-0 loss to Oaks Christian in the season-opening, show ...

Granite Bay hoping for berth in State Bowl Games

Section commissioners are scheduled to meet Sunday to determine who will represent Northern and Southern California in the State Bowl Games in Carson.Coach Ernie Cooper said follow ...

Football playoff alignments up in the air to the end

LODI — Enrollment figures for the 2011-12 school year have been released, and while football teams have an idea which division they’ll be in for the Sac-Joaquin Section ...

KVIE show looks at high school football injuries

KVIE Public Television on Tuesday will show “Frontline: Football High,” the story of two high school football players who collapsed from heatstroke during practices las ...

Football players are honored on all-conference teams

FOOTBALL Sierra Foothill League Final regular-season standings                   League  ...

Del Oro throws top of SFL into a logjam

A big celebration and an eventful Senior Night for Roseville High School ended in disappointment Friday when Del Oro handed the Tigers their first Sierra Foothill League loss, 31-2 ...

Our View: Prep football flies in foothills

The Auburn Journal and its sister publications have stepped up our prep football coverage because of reader interest and the amazing talent that local high school teams bring to th ...

SFL provides a mouth-watering menu for high school football

While some football fans in greater Sacramento County have become mesmerized over the thought of ESPN cameras gaining sudden interest in our neck of the woods, the city of Rosevill ...

Woodcreek football takes on pack mentality

James Nunley accounted for 49 percent of Woodcreek’s yardage last season. Since seniors aren’t allowed to play a fifth year of high school football, however, he’s gone. The ...