BRIEFS: Spots open for spring lacrosse

\n The Davis Lacrosse Association has extended registration for the U9 and U11 boys spring season. \n Players born between Jan. 1, 2000, and Dec. 31, 2001, can sign up for the U11 Lightning and athletes born between Jan. 1, 2002, and Dec. 31, 2003, can sign up for the U9 Bantam at http://www.davislax.org. \n […]

Sadler is strong for Lady Devils

Enterprise staff writer \n She\’s a Blue (collar) Devil through and through. \n In basketball, center Sarah Sadler will do what she has to get the rebound, set the screen, dish the ball to the right person. \n She\’s an immovable object on defense, who has become a big reason the Davis High girls have […]

DHS girls defeat Franklin

Enterprise staff writer \n ELK GROVE — Leading by one point with less than a minute remaining in a basketball game, how do you maintain your lead? \n If you have a player like Malika Wilkins on your team — and you\’re a smart coach — you keep the ball in the hands of your […]

JV/FROSH ROUNDUP: DHS JV girls win a nailbiter

\n ELK GROVE — With the Davis High junior varsity girls on fire in the first eight minutes — leading 18-5 — Monterey Trail doused the flames late, but didn\’t quite extinguish the Lady Blue Devils, who escaped with a 38-37 Delta Valley Conference basketball victory. \n “As it goes down in the scorebook, a […]

BRIEFS: Meet Anibaba on Wednesday

\n Davis\’ very own professional soccer player, Jalil Anibaba, will greet fans, take pictures and sign autographs on Wednesday beginning at 4:30 p.m. in an event at Soccer & Lifestyle, 517 Second St. \n Most of the local youth soccer teams will be there and the entire community is invited to meet Anibaba, a former […]

Blue Devil JV boys keep rolling along

\n From Friday\’s opening tip, the juggernaut Davis High boys junior varsity basketball team was in control of a 78-41 Delta Valley Conference victory over Monterey Trail at home. \n The win ran the Blue Devils\’ record to 16-4 overall and 3-0 in DVC play. \n “We got into our offensive flow early,” DHS coach […]

DHS boys should get creative to break skid

Enterprise columnist \n Sports teams can get goofy at any second. \n In 1988, after a decent spring training and a roster filled with solid players — Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken Jr. to name a couple — the Baltimore Orioles started the regular season 0-21. \n After six games, Cal\’s dad was fired as […]

ASU blanks UC Davis in tennis

\n No. 20 Arizona State opened with a doubles sweep and then won all six singles matches Sunday, as the Sun Devils swept visiting UC Davis in their first road trip of the dual match season at the Whiteman Tennis Center in Tempe. \n The Aggies dropped to 1-1 on the young season, while nationally […]

Friends, football and fun at Aggie Stadium

Enterprise staff writer \n The temperature was in the low 70s, with brilliant sunshine, and our college campus was bursting with activity on Saturday. \n Spring sports teams were getting the kinks out. Joggers and cyclists were everywhere. At the \n Arboretum, picnickers were sprawled out on the grass and, as a gentle breeze from […]

BRIEFS: UCD Senior Day goes swimmingly

\n Liliana Alvarez, Kayleigh Foley and Linda Hermann each won two individual events on Saturday to lead the UC Davis women\’s swimming and diving team to a 200-93 Senior Day \n victory over Cal State Bakersfield at Schaal Aquatics Center. \n It was the Aggies\’ third straight dual-meet win and moved their overall record to […]

Pacific doesn\’t care about the Aggies\’ Payne

Enterprise correspondent \n The returns of Mark Payne (seven points) and Todd Lowenthal (two points) from three- and nine-game absences, respectively, due to injuries were about the only positives for the UC Davis men\’s basketball team on Saturday at The Pavilion. \n And they came with one big negative: an 87-54 loss to Pacific (11-8), […]

Blue Devil boys need Mohr against Monterey Trail

Enterprise correspondent \n A big-time performance by senior Tim Mohr, in his return from a broken wrist, wasn\’t enough to provide a life preserver to the Davis High boys basketball team\’s sinking ship. \n The Blue Devils\’ losing streak hit 11 games on Friday as they fell at home to Monterey Trail, 72-49. \n In […]

Khaliya Wilkins\’ 30 lifts DHS girls

\n ELK GROVE — It was tough enough to tell them apart before, especially when they wear their hair \n in the same drawn-back bun. After all, Davis High basketball stars Malika and Khaliya Wilkins are identical twin sisters. \n Just to make scorekeepers and reporters crazy, they\’re a blur on the basketball court and […]

UCD women tame the Tigers

\n STOCKTON — For UC Davis\’ Paige Mintun, Saturday\’s block party extended all the way to the Alex G. Spanos Center on the University of Pacific\’s campus in Stockton. \n Mintun set the school record for career blocks, and added a game-high 19 points for good measure, as the Aggies defeated the Tigers, 65-57, in […]