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Post 77 nips Napa, 7-5

FAIRFIELD — A day after a controversial call opened the door for its opponents to come from behind and win in the final inning, Yolo Post 77 bounced back on Thursday to defeat Napa, 7-5, at the Western Amateur Baseball Association July 4th Tournament, Playing once again at Fairfield’s Laurel Creek Park, Yolo improved to 16-11 […]

For Little Leaguers on July 4, it’s all about the games

On July 4 at the Davis Little League Complex, hundreds of local kids and their parents will celebrate their country’s Independence Day the best way they know how — playing and watching America’s pastime. After the organization’s annual pancake breakfast in the morning, a full slate of all-star games for players of all ages begins […]

Sports briefs: Blue Devil summer squad is getting better

Skipper Dan Ariola said a recent weekend trip to the Buchanan Elite Tournament was good for his Davis High summer baseball team no matter what the outcome of the games. On Thursday, he was proven right … Facing the same Sac City Easton Cats squad that had beaten the locals, 10-2, just two weeks ago, the […]

Cloth and fiber contest set at crafts fair

The Square Tomatoes Crafts Fair will roll into Davis’ Central Park on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a magic show, jazz and dancing, crafts and a cloth and fiber contest. John Fredericks of Jackrabbit Magic has returned to the fair. He will perform free magic shows from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. All […]

Have a blast with a new dog

Quinn is an 18-month-old black-and-white, spayed female German shorthaired pointer. She’s good-natured, smart and willing to please. She’d make a great jogging partner. Defty is an 18-month-old neutered male Burmese mountain dog mix. He has the coloring of a Burmese but his coat is short. He’s calm and friendly and has a fun-loving side as well. Meet Defty, Quinn […]

Taizé service planned Friday at DCC

Taizé services take place on the first and third Fridays of the month at 7 p.m. in Classroom 1 at Davis Community Church, 412 C St. All are welcome Friday, July 3, for an hourlong service of music, silence, candles and prayers. For more information, contact [email protected]

Winters man convicted of child molestation

A Yolo County jury has convicted a Winters man of molesting an 11-year-old girl, the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday. Manuel Alejandro Guzman, 32, of Winters, was found guilty Monday of two counts of child molestation on the girl, the daughter of a woman he was dating, District Attorney Jeff Reisig said. Prosecutors […]

Republic get a tie on the road

SANDY, Utah — Concluding a three-match road without a loss, the Sacramento Republic FC played Real Monarchs SLC to a 1-1 tie on Wednesday. Playing near his hometown of Salt Lake City, Sacramento’s Justin Braun scored his team’s only goal in the 19th minute. On the play, standout midfielder Rodrigo Lopez sent a corner toward the back […]

Schedule announced for Hawkins, Kings summer league

As reported by The Enterprise on Friday, former UC Davis star Corey Hawkins has been added to Sacramento Kings roster for the upcoming NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. According to a Tuesday announcement, Hawkins will join the Kings for a mini-camp in Sacramento next Tuesday through Thursday, before the team heads to Las Vegas to […]

DBC riders shine at USA Amateur Nationals in Truckee

With Will Kanz riding for the Junior Race Team and four cyclists — Jeffrey Buscheck, Daniel Kosykh, Jonathan Penaloza and A.J. Snovel — going for the Men’s Elite squad, the Davis Bike Club was well-represented at last weekend’s USA Cycling Amateur Nationals in Truckee. Kanz, a recent Da Vinci High graduate, got caught up in a crash but still managed […]

Davis 10U All-Stars takes third to qualify for Western Nationals

By virtue of a third-place finish in the ASA championship tournament last weekend in Lincoln, the Davis 10U girls all-star softball team qualified for the prestigious Western Nationals. Set for Los Angeles later this month, the Western Nationals is a tournament that features approximately 50 of the best teams from the western United States. Davis qualified […]

Youth roundup: Golfers Trask, Green win divisions at Teal Bend

A pair of young Davis golfers, Alessandra Trask and Madison Green, each took first in their respective divisions at Tuesday’s Drive Chip and Putt Championship qualifying tournament at Teal Bend Golf Course in Sacramento. The 8-year-old Trask overcame a tough start in the drive portion, improved in chipping to take third, then clinched her overall […]

Farmers Market will be open on Fourth of July

Start your Fourth of July the farm-fresh, feel-good way at the Davis Farmers Market, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Central Park, Third and C streets. Market sellers will offer a bounty of summer produce — including corn, tomatoes and melons — plus local eggs, honey, olive oil, herbs, chicken, meats and seafood, handmade […]

Pro baseball roundup: Bassitt pitches well in A’s loss

OAKLAND — Chris Bassitt was in Nashville early Tuesday morning when he learned he was going to pitch on short rest in Oakland that night. Hours later, he was on his way up from the minors. Bassitt gave the Athletics a solid outing in a pinch, but it wasn’t enough as the Colorado Rockies edged […]

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