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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 ...

Del Oro doomed by second half

LAS VEGAS — Raging winds traversed across the desert landscape as the Del Oro High football team fell 38-13 to the former Nevada state champion Bishop Gorman Gaels Saturday night ...

Great expectations for Eagles

There won’t be an opportunity to cut any corners this year as the Del Oro High football team prepares to contend for the Sierra Foothill League championship once again. After goi ...

Taylor won’t be slowed down

Coach Casey Taylor’s 62-12 record, compiled over seven years with Del Oro football, is a testament to how useful team bonding trips can be. A more connected team is a successful ...

Looking Back

50 YEARS AGO (Aug. 5, 1960 Issue) Donald J. Nunes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Nunes of Loomis, was released from duties with the Air Force Reserves. He received basic training at ...

Eagles eager for rematch, shot at title

LOOMIS — Max Magleby has dreamt of a rematch since his go-ahead pass sailed through wide receiver Freddie Cargile’s fingertips and fell incomplete in the end zone. The Del Oro ...

Golden Eagles improve to 4-0

Del Oro High frequents the end zone so often these days that even the largest of leads doesn’t feel like much. Bryce Pratt scored four more touchdowns, bringing his season total ...

Decision day for Magleby

The Baltimore Orioles drafted Mason Magleby in the 41st round of Thursday’s Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, but the recent Del Oro High graduate doesn’t have any ...

Eagles soar with Magleby

SACRAMENTO — As Mason Magleby joked with teammates and danced to Grandmaster Flash’s “The Message” in the dugout, the Del Oro senior had no idea he was three outs away from ...