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Sam Dines of Drake tries to dribble past C.J. Hester of Hercules during the first round of the Red Brown Tournament at Drake in San Anselmo, Calif.
Aptos senior quarterback Alex Joh and Scotts Valley senior running back Jake Rehnberg each commanded attention in their own way this season -- Joh with his arm, legs and deception while running the Mariners' wing-T offense, Rehnberg with his hard-hitting ability on offense, defense and special teams.
Chaminade at Serra CIF Western Div Football Final Friday December 6, 2013 Serra's Jordan Lasley jukes Chaminade defenders Joseph McIntosh and Donovan Lee turing TD reception.
At halftime, Eric Patten had a message delivered to him. The Crescenta Valley High boys' basketball senior forward was told by coach Shawn Zargarian that he had registered just three first-half rebounds and he would need to show vast improvement in the second half.
The Temecula Great Oak boys basketball team thrives on pressure defense and when the Wolfpack crank it up, games can turn quickly.
The difference: Calvin Geraci provided San Marin with an offensive spark pouring in 19 points.
Point Guard Jonny Saavedra helped the Warriors to a convincing 60-38 win over Burroughs last Tuesday at home.
Tehachapi's Brandi Davidson drives for a layup while Alyssa Garcia comes in to assist in a 52-4 win against East last week.
Capital Christian, The Bee’s top-ranked team, and No. 2 Sacramento will be put to the test Thursday through Saturday in the 60th annual Gridley Invitational.
The difference: Amanda Klein could not be stopped on the offensive glass with 12 of her 14 rebounds being offensive as Marin Academy doubled-up host Athenian in Danville.
The Eagles broke the Wolves' new defense in the second quarter, then Sammy Flores broke out in the second half.
The Aragon girls' basketball team appears to have the pieces to make some noise in the Peninsula Athletic League's South Division.
Pinewood prevailed 31-21. The Panthers and Spartans each took third at a tournament last weekend.
For the first time in the young season, Corona Centennial was forced to play with its talented backcourt kept under wraps.
Sanger High's Ricky Davila, left, approaches the goal with El Diamante's Francisco Medina racing at the right in a game Tuesday night, December 10, 2013 in Sanger.
Kristina Sahakian easily made a pair of layups, Claire Yanai banked in a hook shot and Ivet Satorian hit a running shot.
Tala Ismail finished with a game-high 22 points and seven steals to lead the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team to an easy 63-19 victory against Canoga Park in a pool-play contest of the 17th annual Pioneer Shootout at Providence High on Tuesday afternoon.