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 […]

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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 […]

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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 … […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Frosh volleyball squad gets two big wins

Davis High played lights out last week as they captured a pair of freshman girls volleyball matches. On Oct. 4, Grant was the victim at The Cage as the Blue Devils rolled, 25-17 and 25-10. Jennifer Blanc and Mackenzie Harrison each had three kills in the game and Anna Perry played well at the net, […]

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UCDÕs upsets are similar

Enterprise staff writer With the UC Davis football team getting a chance to catch its breath on a bye week, following a 3-3 start, thereÕs time to take a deeper look into a game that may turn out to be the turning point in the AggiesÕ season. That contest, a 14-13 upset win over Football […]

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Devils have another wild matchup with the ÕCats

If Davis High boys soccer fans have learned anything in the last year or so, it is that matchups against Franklin are going to be interesting. As the two best teams in the Delta Valley Conference, the budding rivals have not lacked for excitement in their last few contests. Last season, the Wildcats came to […]

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A hopeful Homecoming for DHS

Enterprise staff writer Homecoming. For a struggling Davis High football squad, the traditional game comes at just the right time. Hundreds of alumni will return home to cheer on the Blue Devils. Students at DHS Ñ thanks to the king and queen contest, class floats, an after-game dance and a before-game ASB-conducted carnival Ñ are […]

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JV boys boot Monterey Trail, Elk Grove

Special to The Enterprise The Davis High boys soccer team displayed a pair of powerful performances in their Oct. 5 and 7 games against two Elk Grove high schools Ñ Monterey Trail and Elk Grove. After the Blue DevilsÕ 2-0 away win over Monterey Trail, which was thanks to goals from Alexander Raya and Kian […]

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Davis High JV football falls to Franklin

Enterprise correspondent ELK GROVE Ñ In a contest full of broken arm tackles and electrifying plays, the Franklin High junior varsity football team defeated Davis High, 35-16, on Friday at Cosumnes Oaks-Franklin Stadium Ñ though the final score failed to reflect the competitiveness of the game. The Blue Devils hung around and remained just a […]

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Freshmen flatten Mesa Verde

With Winfred Roberson scoring four touchdowns on 196 yards rushing, Davis HighÕs freshman football team returned to its winning ways with a 30-14 victory over Mesa Verde on Thursday at Halden Field. The Blue Devils hammered away at MV in the first half, thanks to TD runs of one, eight and 40 yards by Roberson. […]

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ÔPinkÕ Devils split two contests

The Davis High junior varsity field hockey team traveled to Corning last Wednesday for an Eastern Athletic League match, but came home on the losing end of a 4-2 decision. The Cardinals came out strong, leading 2-0 at intermission, and forcing the Blue Devils to rally in the second half, trying to close the gap. […]

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