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At Davis High, wrestling continues to break gender norms

When the familiar winter sport of wrestling kicks off this weekend for the Davis High program, the majority of the team will be ineligible to participate. Ineligible because they are boys, who make way for the Blue Devil girls in Saturday’s season-opening Folsom girls tournament. Eschewing past customs and stereotypical gender roles, DHS head coach Ty Brown […]

Aggies get one final victory for the seniors

It couldn’t have ended any other way. No one at The Pavilion looked surprised when the last point of the 2015 UC Davis women’s volleyball 2015 season came off the right hand of senior Kaylin Squyres. When Squyres smashed a hit off a pair of would-be Cal Poly blockers to give the Aggies a 23-25, 25-11, […]

Legacy finally falters in Open Cup bid

SAN FRANCISCO — Seeking to become what would have likely been the first team from Davis to qualify for the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, the Davis Legacy fell, 4-3, in heartbreaking fashion at the hands of its NorCal Adult Premier League rival, San Francisco City FC, on Sunday. The Legacy, a fourth-division club, earlier […]

Aggie men head to water polo postseason as favorites

It’s often seen as cliché when a coach tells the media that in order to achieve a certain goal, they’ll need contributions from each and every player on the roster. However, with this year’s UC Davis men’s water polo team, the statement appears to be more truth than cliché. A total of 15 different players […]

Vernau wins individual title but Marauders edge Devils

FOLSOM — Coming into the Sac-Joaquin Section championship at Willow Hill Reservoir Park, the Davis High boys cross country team knew it would need performances of a lifetime from several runners to upset Delta League champion Jesuit. As the six Blue Devil finishers crossed the line, clearly exhausted from giving maximum effort — and needing help from […]

Blue Devil girls cruise to cross country crown

FOLSOM — For the first time in her four-year prep career, Davis High senior Fiona O’Keeffe won’t enter the state cross country meet as the Sac-Joaquin Section individual champion. Not because she was upset, though. Rather, Blue Devil head coach Bill Gregg made the decision to rest O’Keeffe, confident that the DHS girls would take the section […]

Davis runners prepare for section championships

Visit the cross country section of the California Interscholastic Federation’s website for its Sac-Joaquin Section satellite and, front and center, you’re greeted with a massive photo of Davis High star runner Fiona O’Keeffe. While the three-time defending champion is certainly the favorite at the Sac-Joaquin Section Championships Saturday at Willow Hill in Folsom, she is by […]

New-look DHS boys soccer team found a way to return to playoffs

With the widespread influence of the new Sacramento Republic FC Academy forcing high school athletes to choose between club and prep soccer, the fall of 2015 was a new look not just for Davis High, but for the whole Sac-Joaquin Section. The Blue Devils, however, were perhaps the most affected by the new academy, as DHS saw five […]

Devil water polo blowout leads to Marauder rematch

It’s the rematch that everyone wanted, though perhaps not when everyone wanted it. By virtue of a 14-5 victory over Woodcreek at the Schaal Aquatic Center on Friday night, the Davis High boys water polo team has earned its chance to get revenge for last year’s Sac-Joaquin Section championship loss to Jesuit. But unlike four […]

Makeup match magic: DHS girls tennis team wins playoff opener

After its Sac-Joaquin Section first-round playoff match was rained out Monday, the Davis High girls tennis team showed no ill effects Tuesday, cruising to an 8-1 victory over Rodriguez in the makeup match. The Blue Devils — who came in as the No. 3 team from the Delta League — swept the doubles matches and dropped only a […]

Aggie men reach soccer postseason despite loss

Needing a win to guarantee a Big West Conference Tournament berth, the UC Davis men’s soccer team didn’t get the result it wanted Saturday, falling 1-0 to No. 18 UC Santa Barbara at Aggie Soccer Field. But the Aggies (7-9-3, 3-4-3) still advanced to the postseason, surviving thanks to Sac State’s 4-2 loss to Cal Poly, which […]

Blue Devils granted a Senior Night victory

Two days after a tough loss to top-ranked Pleasant Grove, the Davis High girls volleyball team responded in impressive fashion, downing Grant, 25-13, 25-11, 25-11, on Thursday’s Senior Night at The Cage. Before the match, Blue Devil head coach Julie Crawford took the time to acknowledge graduating seniors Hazel Jackson, Molly Muller, Jordyn Fahey and Lilly […]

Upset not in the cards for DHS against powerful PG

Playing against area powerhouse Pleasant Grove, the Davis High girls volleyball team showed flashes of brilliance, unrivaled effort and the determination to take down the top-ranked team in the Delta League. Unfortunately for the Blue Devils, their hard work wasn’t enough to beat the Eagles as the visitors scored a 25-13, 25-16, 25-17 victory to capture […]

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