11 hrs ago
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
High school notes: Local teams to get test in Sheldon-Trail Summer Jam tourney
The sixth annual Sheldon-Trail Summer Jam, Northern California's largest high school boys basketball tournament featuring 60 teams, tips off Friday with 170 games scheduled at Sheldon, Monterey Trail and Elk Grove high schools and Smedberg Middle School.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Henderson could face challenge if Vikings sign Bishop
Released by the Packers on Monday, Bishop was contacted by the Vikings soon after and scheduled for a Wednesday workout at Winter Park.
USC football APR scores still below national average
Last week, the NCAA announced the Academic Progress Rate multi year scores that cover the four-year period between the 2008-09 and 2011-12 academic years, and USC's football team was subpar compared to the rest of the Pac-12 and the entire nation.
DN football to swim in a big pond in Gold Beach
Its spring practice period officially in the books, the Del Norte High football team has set up camp in Gold Beach, Ore.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Union Democrat
Clash of the Lions: South tops North on last-second FG
Nine of the Mother Lode's top football stars proved why they deserved the distinction by wreaking havoc on the gridiron Saturday night at Modesto Junior College.
FOOTBALL: La Sierra hires Roney as head coach
Roney had previously been a member of the Riverside Poly coaching staff for the past eight seasons.
Silver And Black Pride
Packers release Desmond Bishop, are the Raiders interested?
The Packers will officially release Desmond Bishop today. He immediately jumps to the top of my list of players I want to see where the historic Raider colors.
High School Football: El D defends passing tournament crown
The El Diamante Miners enjoyed an outstanding 2012 summer passing tournament campaign with three tournament titles, a couple of runner-up finishes and a 28-2 overall record.
High School Football: McMaryion's recruit status is on the rise
The summer between the junior and senior years of a high school student is normally a period of leisureliness.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
LA Daily News
Louis Brewster: New Miller football coach is hoping to restore old pride
He's relatively unknown in this area, but the Miller High School administration is banking on his name recognition growing throughout the 2013 football season.
South roars to Lions football win
The 40th Lions All-Star Football Game was decided on the last play by a field goal, yet South coach Kevin Swartwood was conflicted.
Sailors want to max out
Ernie Johnson didn't get to see the amount of weight football players benched or squatted at Newport Harbor High on Friday.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The Daily Republic
2012-13 Prep Year in Review: A lot happened
There weren't any Sac-Joaquin Section team champions, no football team with a winning record and no baseball or softball team advanced beyond the SJS quarterfinals, but 2012-13 was still one to remember.
NBC San Diego
$2.6M Judgment in Brian Banks False Rape Case
Atlanta Falcons linebacker Brian Banks marched Saturday as part of an effort calling for clemency for the "California 12." He is shown during NFL football rookie minicamp, Saturday, May 4, 2013, in Flowery Branch, Ga.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Hometown Report: Elk Grove grad feels dad's presence on his way to Omaha
Rodriguez and his father, Tony, regularly made the trek to watch their beloved Cubs, the kid packing a backpack filled with makeshift bases, balls and a glove for a pickup game in the parking lot.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Marin Independent Journal
All-Marin prep boys lacrosse player of the year: Joe Lang
Mill Valley resident Joe Lang of St. Ignatius High is the all-Marin boys lacrosse player of the year for 2013.
Alan Eberhart tabbed as new Glendale High baseball skipper
Having been away from the coaching ranks for nearly 18 months, Alan Eberhart had a hankering to return to the field.
Castle Park's Hernandez scores honors as Metro's best all-around track athlete
Castle Park senior Daniel Hernandez competes in the javelin throw as part of this year's San Diego boys decathlon.
STOCKTON - Marcelo Hernandez took a rewarding walk last week dressed in a red cap and gown.
The pride he felt was surpassed only by that of his mother, Victoria, who smiled and applauded during Lincoln High School's commencement ceremony, despite being in excruciating pain from bone cancer that she said is "eating up my vertebrae."
The Union Democrat
Lions of the grid: Strong foothills contingent preps for all-star game
The largest class of local gridders selected to play in the annual Central California Lions All-Star Football Classic in recent memory practiced "I haven't done this for awhile so it feels really good to put on the pads again," said Summerville's Darren Vallelunga, who helped the Bears reach the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV ... (more)