Devil boys open Les Curry with Vanden

Enterprise staff writer \n Should Davis High\’s boys get away with a Les Curry Invitational opening-round victory over Vanden tonight, the 5-1 Blue Devil record will equal head coach Dan Gonzalez\’s best start ever. \n Gonzalez, now in his 11th year, watched his basketball team get off to the same start a year ago \n […]

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DHS girls start Wine Country event with Wood

\n NAPA — As luck would have it, the Davis High girls drew Will C. Wood (Vacaville) in today\’s 3:30 p.m. Wine Country Invitational basketball tournament at Napa High. \n The Blue Devils and Wildcats are also scheduled for a Dec. 22 meeting at DHS. Coming off a 9-18 season, Wood has started fast and […]

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BRFS: Blue Devil runners unite

\n Davis High graduates Drew and Matt Petersen didn\’t like to travel in packs when they ran cross country and track for the Blue Devils — usually pulling away from the competition. \n But as each began their college careers — Matt at Cal and Drew at UC Davis — apparently they got lonely. \n […]

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Wilkins\’ 3-pointer at the buzzer lifts DHS

\n FAIRFIELD — When you\’re 0-for-6 shooting 3-pointers, most basketball players don\’t necessarily want a tied game on their backs with the clock ticking down. \n But Davis High\’s Malika Wilkins — a tried and true veteran of four varsity seasons — said “bring it on” Tuesday night at Armijo High. And she delivered. \n […]

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Wide open Les Curry starts Thursday

Enterprise staff writer \n Blue Devil boys basketball coach Dan Gonzalez thinks he\’s put together a good one when the Les Curry Invitational Tournament gets underway on Thursday at Davis High. \n “We try to get returning teams and, this year, we tried to field as many varsity and JV teams from the same schools,” […]

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Devil boys come up big against Pioneer

Enterprise staff writer \n Last year, the Pioneer boys had Davis High\’s number on the basketball court. \n First, the Patriots stopped the Blue Devils by eight in the Dixon Ram Jam finale — then came back three days later and edged DHS by six in a nonleague tune-up. \n Devil head coach Dan Gonzalez […]

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Newest Aggie is a strong Devil

\n Playing water polo together in Davis for a coach Wright worked out pretty good for Elsie Fullerton and Keelia Houston for the past four years. Now, the pair that helped the Blue Devils win three Sac-Joaquin Section championships, will keep their talent in town for the next four. \n After she stared for Doug […]

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Aggies use a big run to shock Wichita

\n WICHITA, Kan. — Coming off a rare loss two days early at Kansas State, the UC Davis women were looking for somebody to take out their frustrations on. So Tuesday, they went played at Wichita State. \n The Aggies scored 25 unanswered points over a 10-minute span of the first half against the Shockers, […]

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Ritchart shines but UCD falls

\n LOS ANGELES — When UC Davis defeated Notre Dame de Namur on Saturday by exploding for a program-record 15 3-pointers, freshman Josh Ritchart played a small part. \n On Monday, when the Aggies gave UCLA a competitive game before losing at Pauley Pavilion, Ritchart played a staring role. \n Ritchart used a 5-of-6 performance […]

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DHS Toy performs well at another tournament

\n Even with less than a full team of wrestlers, Davis High performed well at its second tournament of the season last weekend. \n Once again, it was Philip Toy leading the way, as the senior took second place in the 112-pound \n division of the Green and Gold tournament. Andy Schmidl, Scott Derby and […]

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Devils grapple with a thin roster

Enterprise correspondent \n Due to the loss of veterans like Ran Wang, who will miss the season with a thumb injury, and Spencer Abilgaard, a three-year varsity star who graduated a year early, the 2010-11 edition of the Davis High wrestling team finds itself in an tough situation. \n This year, the biggest problems the […]

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JV/FROSH ROUNDUP: DHS girls take second

\n ROSEVILLE — After solid wins in games against Grant and host Woodcreek, the Davis High girls junior varsity basketball team lost to Oak Ridge in the championship game of the Woodcreek \n Tournament last weekend. \n After beating the Pacers (56-27) then topping the Timberwolves (39-34), the Blue Devils ran into a buzzsaw in […]

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Lady Blue Devils take 4th at home tourney

Enterprise staff writer \n Running roughshod over three struggling schools to start the season, the Davis High girls basketball team took it on the chin in the final two games of the Dorothy Speck Memorial Tournament this weekend. \n After suffering a 73-36 Friday night defeat to an accomplished Vanden squad, the Lady Blue Devils […]

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Aggie men gear up to play UCLA

Enterprise sports editor \n When the UC Davis men\’s basketball team walks into Pauley Pavilion on Monday for a game against UCLA, it will be looking to head coach Gary Stewart and junior Eddie Miller for a little guidance. And not just because Stewart has led the Aggies (4-5) to three wins in their last […]

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