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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Author Archive: Evan Ream

Concussions in football: The information is finally out there

* Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series examining the effect of concussions on participation in high school football, specifically in Davis and especially now that the long-term effects are well-known. Today, we report on the recent advancements in the public’s knowledge on the subject. “If only 10 percent of mothers in […]

Half a world away, UCD grad helps Kenyan women, children

Kisumu, Kenya, lies 9,385 miles southeast of Davis. The equatorial port city is home to exotic wildlife, fertile land and breathtaking views of Lake Victoria. But it is also home to poverty, starvation and AIDS. According to a 2009 CIA estimate, 6.3 percent of the adult population of Kenya is infected with HIV, which causes […]

Rookie Adam Jahn shakes up MLS

It has been a year full of surprises for the San Jose Earthquakes. After finishing with the best record in the league last year, and bringing back the same core group of players for 2013, they currently sit in 14th place out of 19 teams with 12 games to go. Their potent offense, led by […]

Adam Jahn San Jose photos

Adam Jahn takes a shot in warm-ups before the Earthquakes’ game against Portland on July 27. Evan Ream/Courtesy photo A sliding Adam Jahn barely misses out on a cross from a teammate right in front of the goal in the first half. Evan Ream/Courtesy photo Adam Jahn wins a header in the box over Portland […]

Yolo beats Lodi to clinch D6 crown

Special to The Enterprise WOODLAND — Right fielder Robert Daugherty had three hits, scored three runs and drove in two more to help propel Yolo Post 77 past Lodi, 7-4, in the championship game of the District 6 double-elimination tournament. Daugherty’s fifth-inning solo go-ahead home run proved to be the deciding play of the game, […]

Sights and sounds from the Davis World Cup

Special to The Enterprise The streets of Davis are littered with decorated minivans. From your back yard you can hear parents yelling quality advice like “go!” and “boot it!” Kids are openly discussing the country Turkmenistan. It must be Memorial Day weekend. And in Davis, Memorial Day weekend means the AYSO World Cup soccer tournament. […]

DHS girls regret missed connections

Special to The Enterprise Despite outshooting Will C. Wood 18-0, the Davis High girls soccer team was forced to settle for a scoreless draw in its home opener on Thursday night at Yudin Field. The Blue Devils’ possession-oriented attack outclassed the Wildcats all night, but a plethora of missed opportunities proved to be the underlying […]

Jahn to start his pro career close to home

Special to The Enterprise All Adam Jahn wanted was a chance to prove that he can play soccer at the professional level. The Stanford product and Davis native is finally getting that chance and, best of all, he gets to do it close to home. On Tuesday, the San Jose Earthquakes used their first round […]

Anibaba stands tall with the best soccer players in Spain

Jalil Anibaba is an extremely humble individual. When asked why he has made it further than any of the myriad Davis High School soccer prospects, he points to the chances given along the way as main reasons for his success in college and Major League Soccer. He is, perhaps, too grounded an individual to point […]

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