Bruce Gallaudet

American hitters Chin, Goldberg set a table fit for kings

They call the guys at the top of the batting order table-setters. If a team’s first two hitters are getting on base, there is good news in the box score. On Saturday, in the first round of the District 64 Little League 9-10 All-Star Tournament, Davis American’s Brian Chin and Nicholas Goldberg reached base safely […]

Sports park discussion nears; will it get enough support?

OK. I’m sold. After talking with parents, officials of programs like AYSO, Davis Youth Softball Association and local Little League, and a handful of grandmas and grandpas, I’ve decided that putting a new sports park in town is a good idea. Almost a decade ago, the city of Davis brain trust unveiled the idea for […]

Twin-post UCD to benefit from women’s hoops rule changes?

In light of sweeping NCAA women’s basketball rule changes, UC Davis coach Jennifer Gross took time out to talk about the new regulations — and provide a sneak peek at what Aggie fans might expect this winter. Last week, the NCAA announced the women’s game will go to four, 10-minute quarters for the upcoming season. […]

DHS football turnout improving; keen eye turned to safety

Davis High football coach John Wiley expects almost 90 players to hit the turf at Brown Stadium for the beginning of summer workouts next Monday. “We’ll have between 40 and 50 for varsity alone,” the second-year Blue Devil head man told me. “In the spring, with all the other sports going on, we had 30 […]

Rockies’ 1-2 punch helps capture AAA National League flag

Muhammad Mahmoud pitched 3 1/3 innings of no-hit relief while Brahim Counta drove home four runs as the Rockies topped a stubborn crew of Giants, 8-4, to win the Davis Little League AAA National League title on Wednesday. The victory snapped the Giants’ five-game postseason winning streak. “Most importantly, when we have fun, the kids play […]

Cutler, Agnew help send Giants to a championship date

They live to play another day. After losing all three previous encounters with the Brewers — including a playoff game last Thursday — the Giants of the Davis Little League majors division staved off elimination from the National League playoffs with a 5-3 win on Tuesday. Jumping ahead 3-0 in the top of the first, the […]

In the Clubhouse: The REAL names in golf will be in our backyard

It was a pretty exciting playoff: It took David Lingmerth three extra holes to dispatch Justin Rose in last weekend’s Memorial at Muirfield Village in Ohio. Let’s see … I know about Justin Rose. Solid golfer. From televised interviews, seems like a nice enough guy. And Lingmerth? Until Sunday, I though a Lingmerth was a […]

AAA Giants still alive as Davis’ outburst leads the way

The 2012 San Francisco Giants won six consecutive elimination games to get to the World Series, which they took in four games from Detroit. Now, Northern California has another orange-and-black team that thrives living on the edge. The Davis Little League AAA Giants followed James Davis’ five-RBI night to an 11-3 playoff win over the […]

Natural beauty helps Davis ultra runner move along the trail

“It’s a test of ultimate will. The heartbreak climb uphill. Got to pick up the pace. If you want to stay in the race …” — “Marathon,” by Rush What pops into the minds of long-distance runners during grueling tests like the June 27 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Race? A favorite lyric from a song like “Marathon”? […]

Texas, Sen. Wolk head in different directions — thank God

I’m numb. It wasn’t just the fact that Texas legislators passed a weekend resolution that, if signed by Gov. Gregg Abbott, would allow concealed weapons on college campuses in the Lone Star State … It wasn’t discovering that eight other states allow their students, faculty and administration to pack (according to the New York Times) […]

Local crew off to Junior Nationals again

Katie Descheemaeker is diminutive by sporting standards. She stands 5-foot-5, is soft-spoken and a dynamo in the classroom. Her tip-top condition is a visual hint that she’s an athlete, but it’s the Da Vinci Charter Academy senior’s firm handshake that spills the beans. Descheemaeker is strong, and its her driving energy that has helped the River […]

June 04, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Healthy 4×400 Blue Devil boys ready to roll?

They are finally healthy, white-hot on the track and ready to let it out one more notch come this weekend’s CIF State Track & Field Championships in Clovis. Featuring Alex McIntyre, Willie Hall, Ben Salcedo and Blake Croft, the Davis High 4×400-meter relay crew is the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters champion and goes into Friday’s state preliminary […]

June 03, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Interim AD talks about next Aggie priorities

Six weeks ago, when Terry Tumey suddenly resigned, Teresa Gould became the UC Davis interim director of athletics. Within 90 minutes of the announcement, Gould was in Aggie basketball coach Jim Les’ office. Les was in the fourth year of a five-season contract. His team is coming off its high-profile, 25-win Big West championship campaign. […]

May 31, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

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