Elk Grove Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Elk Grove, CA
Friday Dec 19 | via The Daily Democrat
Shanaijah Davison had a team-high 20 points off the bench in Pioneer's 77-47 loss to Elk Grove in the Warren Meyer Classic at Woodland High. Thursday the Wolves girls spotted visiting Will C. Wood of Vacaville a three-point lead after the first quarter, then dominated the rest of the game to win 56-42 in the opening round of the Warren Meyer Classic. Comment?
Friday Dec 19 | via Davis Enterprise
DHS sophomore Ben Bergevin turns the corner against a Woodcreek defender in Saturday's championship game of the Les Curry Invitational. The host Blue Devils fell to the Timberwolves, 99-59. Comment?
Saturday Dec 13 | via Times-Standard
Arcata's Nathan Heidrick, right, tries to go around Franklin bigman and tournament MVP Phillip Fayne in the first half of Saturday's AIBT championship game. ARCATA >> It all starts on the defensive end of the floor for the Franklin Wildcats, and that was on full display on Saturday night. Comment?
Saturday Dec 13 | via Chico Enterprise-Record
Oroville's Kahliel Wyatt puts up a shot against Elk Grove defender Osasu Imasuen Saturday during a game in the Pleasant Valley McDonald's Winter Classic Boy's Basketball Tournament in Varley Gym in Chico. Chico >> After last week's tournament victory in Durham, the Oroville High boys basketball team can add another tournament win to its list of accomplishments this early in the season. Comment?
Saturday Dec 13 | via The Reporter
Vanden High School's boys basketball team was pushed to the limit by River City, but the Vikings held off the Raiders 67-65 to reach the championship game of the Del Oro Invitational on Saturday in Loomis. Jihad Woods led the Vikings with 22 points and eight rebounds. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via Times-Standard
McKinleyville's Will Ingersoll scored 13 points in the Panthers' loss to Franklin in the semifinals of the AIBT on Friday night. Arcata >> The final score might have read 73-54 in favor of Franklin, but it was anything but a blowout victory for the Wildcats. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via Chico Enterprise-Record
Taner Dubie's offensive rebound and put-back beat the buzzer and the host Vikings 45-44 as the Tigers won their second straight by a single point, getting them to the championship of the McDonald's Winter Classic hosted by PV at Varley Gym. “Well, I told the kids last night that this is the first year that I've been actually able to go to the right in the tournament bracket here,” Oroville coach Rob Anderson said. Comment?
Thursday Dec 11 | via RecordNET
Sac-Joaquin Section football's championship weekend provided some shock and heartbreak for St. Mary's football. Tracy had that, too, but after its incredible underdog run through the playoffs, No. Comment?
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