Homecoming win not in the Cards for DHS

Enterprise staff writer Despite dropping its sixth straight game Ñ 42-28 to visiting Laguna Creek on Friday at Homecoming Ñ it was a game filled with little victories for Davis High. ÒThat was as good a half as I have seen from a high school tight end,Ó Blue Devil football coach Steve Smyte said of […]

Ags use bye to heal up

Enterprise staff writer Every college football team has a bye week at some point during the season. On the heels of two straight victories Ñ including a 17-13 win over South Dakota in the Great West opener Ñ UC Davis was off on Saturday. Aggie head coach Bob Biggs saw positives and negatives about the […]

Host Devils win five games at Davis Jamboree

After the Davis High girls provided a sneak preview of what was to come in a win over Buchanan on Thursday, night, the main event on Friday and Saturday was an overwhelming success. With most of the best water polo teams from throughout Northern California getting together at Schaal Aquatics Center on the UC Davis […]

BRIEFS: DHS can’t break through at Grant

SACRAMENTO ÑÊÒWeÕve just hit one of those spells.Ó Davis High boys soccer coach Ashley Yudin didnÕt sound too concerned after a scoreless tie against Grant on the road Thursday. But thereÕs no doubt the Devils need to start converting on their opportunities. On Tuesday, DHS was scoreless for over 80 minutes before finding the net […]

Hurry up and get to the field

Enterprise columnist You still have time, but donÕt dawdle. Tonight, Ron & Mary Brown Stadium at Davis High School is to be christened Ñ and while you probably missed the official dedication ceremony (slated for 3:45 p.m.) thereÕs going to be a heckuva football game when the Blue Devils entertain Laguna Creek at Homecoming. Besides […]

DHS girls polo does it with defense

Enterprise staff writer The Davis High girls water polo team proved Thursday that strong defense can be worth more than just keeping the opposing team off the scoreboard. The Blue Devils forced 14 turnovers against Buchanan, eight of which led directly to goals, in a 19-2 rout of the Bears at Schaal Aquatics Center on […]

With temp in the 90s, Devils shoot in the 80s

Impressive wins in the first two Delta Valley Conference girls golf tournaments had Davis High coach Rhonda Mohr feeling good about this yearÕs team. ThursdayÕs performance at the third DVC meet has Mohr feeling great. All five Blue Devil golfers broke 90 Ñ a first in program history, according to Mohr Ñ as they captured […]

BRIEFS: Devils drop field hockey match

After a winning streak that stretched back for more than a month, the Davis High girls field hockey team finally met its match on Wednesday. It was no surprise that when the two top teams in the Eastern Athletic League Ñ the Blue Devils and Chico Ñ matched up, it would be a competitive contest, […]

Big offensive day for Blue Devil boys

Coming off of a boys water polo tournament in which Davis High faced some of the toughest competition in the state, the Blue Devils were happy to be home. Though facing those talented teams certainly will help DHS in the long run, itÕs always fun to put up big numbers, and the Devils had a […]

Devils show their versatility

After spending most of the season dominating opponents as a doubles team, Davis High tennis players Hanna Jolkovsky and Jasmin Mould had a chance Tuesday to see if they could perform as well on their own. Both did great. With Jolkovsky winning at No. 3 singles and Mould doing the same at No. 4, the […]

Davis aims to shuffle the deck against the Cards

Enterprise staff writer There are a handful of players listed as doubtful due to injuries. Davis High running back Courtney Williams will again be on the sidelines. The Blue Devils once again will have a number of young men playing out of position. You know what? LetÕs lift the needle on this broken record … […]

A bounceback effort by DHS volleyball

After a very tough loss at Monterey Trail on Monday, the last thing the Davis High girls volleyball wanted to do was fall behind in a home match against Elk Grove on Wednesday. But after losing the first set to the Thundering Herd, a new Blue Devil team took the floor at the DHS gym. […]

Aggies need OT, but get a win

Enterprise staff writer UC Davis menÕs soccer coach Dwayne Schafer has wanted to have some home games at night for a while now, but the coachÕs hands had been tied because Aggie Soccer Field doesnÕt have lights. For 2010, Schafer decided to change venues to the turf at Aggie Stadium for a few home contests […]

BRIEFS: State propositions will be debated

The Davis League of Women Voters will sponsor a debate on the state propositions on the Nov. 2 ballot at 7 p.m. Friday in the Community Chambers at City Hall, 23 Russell Blvd. Jean Canary, league vice president, will moderate. Mark Pruner, chairman of the Republican Central Committee for Yolo County and Bob Schelen, chairman […]