22 hrs ago | via The Daily Republic
Vanden pitcher Rochelle Roberts winds up for a throw during the 7-2 playoff loss to Whitney in Sacramento Monday. Comment?
Saturday Jun 15 | via The Daily Republic
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. Comment?
Saturday Jun 15 | via Sacramento Bee Newspaper
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. Comment?
Thursday Jun 13 | via The Daily Republic
Except for the part about losing by a point when a late 2-point conversion attempt failed, Vanden High football coach LeVon Haynes thoroughly enjoyed the Vikings' trip to Idaho in 2011. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 11 | via The Daily Republic
Bill Sarty took over for Kevin Ratterman as Vanden High baseball coach in 2002 and the Vikings didn't skip a beat. Comment?
Monday Jun 10 | via The Daily Republic
Rodriguez going to the Monticello Empire League from the Solano County Athletic Conference and Fairfield moving from the SCAC to the MEL meant that many longtime rivalries faded away because the teams no longer play. Comment?
Thursday Jun 6 | via The Daily Republic
Recent Vanden High graduates Tyler Corsi and Matthew Walker are taking their football talents to Pacific University in Forest Grove, Ore. Comment?
Thursday Jun 6 | via Sonoma Index Tribune
After merging both the Sonoma Valley and Valley of the Moon Little League organizations into one Valley league last year, the Sonoma Little League wrapped up its second successful regular season last Monday at Paul's Field, with the Cardinals claiming the Majors Division crown by toppling the defending champions. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 5 | via The Daily Republic
With Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft beginning today, local baseball fans have plenty of reason to keep an eye on things. Comment?