DHS is few but still standing

Enterprise staff writer \n There they were. All 26 of them. Twenty-three stretching. Quarterbacks Shayne Reagan and Brandon Hassid warming up on the sideline. At the faaaaaar end of the field, Sammy Houck was living the lonely life of a kicker — hitting field goal after field goal. Alone. \n It\’s Wednesday at 5 p.m. […]

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Senior Night statement: Devils stop first-place Franklin

Enterprise staff writer \n That\’s the way to end a season. But is 2010 really over for the Davis High girls volleyball team? \n After struggling through the Delta Valley \n Conference with a 5-4 record (8-15 overall), the Blue Devils snapped first-place Franklin\’s eight-match winning streak at Wednesday\’s Senior Night at The Cage. \n […]

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Devils on a collision course for a section title

Enterprise staff writer \n They\’re locked and loaded at Davis High School. \n The rest of the Sac-Joaquin Section water polo teams know what\’s ahead — get past the two Blue Devil teams and you\’re probably headed for a section crown. \n While the DHS boys (16-11) will have some serious work to do to […]

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Davis JV boys end tough

Special to The Enterprise \n Another Davis High junior varsity boys soccer season came to a terrific close last week as the Blue Devils beat Elk Grove and Franklin. \n The locals finished with an 18-4-2 mark while scoring 82 goals – 64 more than their opposition. \n On Oct. 26, Davis went on the […]

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JV ROUNDUP: Cross country rolls at DVC

\n FOLSOM — The Davis High cross country freshman/sophomore teams raced their way to league \n titles at the Delta Valley Conference Championships Saturday at the Willow Hills course near the Folsom High campus. \n Both teams were dominant in team scoring, with the girls taking the top two spots and placing nine harriers in […]

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DHS truck makes its final stop Friday

Enterprise staff writer \n These must be our own Grateful Dead. \n Beaten down as the physical mismatches pile up … \n Probably tired of falling behind, then playing their hearts out late in games … \n Certainly not buoyed by key injuries to guys like tailback Courtney Williams, play-anywhere Dan Denkers, promising lineman John […]

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Blue Devils ace first test

Enterprise staff writer \n The first-round Sac-Joaquin Section playoff match versus visiting Pleasant Grove on Tuesday marked the first real test in some time for Davis High\’s girls tennis team. \n Grade? A-plus. \n “Sometimes it\’s hard (after a soft DVC slate). The girls get in a lull,” first-year Blue Devil head coach Sally Hosley […]

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DHS boys soccer playoff games are a fall tradition

Enterprise staff writer \n It\’s almost a right of passage for seniors in the Davis High boys soccer program. \n Every fall, the regular season ends with a lot of wins, few losses and visions of yet another Sac-Joaquin Section title. \n This season\’s departing Blue Devils — Erik Anderson, Cyrus Ghaffari, Alex Vivona, Alex […]

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BRIEFS: Aggies move up four spots

\n STOCKTON — Freshman Matt Hansen shot a 2-under 69, while three other Aggies fired 70\’s and the UC Davis men\’s golf team was five shots under par during Tuesday\’s second round of the Stockton Sports Commission Pacific Invitational to moving up to fifth place. \n Austin Graham, Andrew Haggen and Tyler Raber, a Davis […]

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AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: UCD opens up 9th at Pacific

\n UC Davis senior Austin Graham collected three birdies on the back nine, pushing him under par and helping him post a 1-under 70 on Monday as the Aggies men\’s golf team opened tournament \n action at the Stockton Sports Commission Pacific Invitational at Brookside Country Club. \n UCD shot a 9-over 293 team score, […]

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Not a fitting ending for DHS

\n STOCKTON — Knowing it was going to be her last one as the Davis High girls golf coach, Rhonda Mohr was prepared for a bittersweet season. And she was right, as one of the best performances by a Blue Devil squad in recent history came to an end with a tough outing at \n […]

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GW NOTEBOOK: Migration to Big Sky continues

Enterprise sports editor \n Back in September, the UC Davis and Cal Poly football team accepted invitations to join the Big Sky Conference for football. \n On Tuesday, Southern Utah — which won 55-24 at Aggie Stadium on Saturday to capture the 2010 Great West Championship — and North Dakota — the Aggies\’ opponent this […]

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Blue Devil football truths

Enterprise staff writer \n Ob·jec·tiv·i·ty: the ability to perceive or describe something without being influenced by personal emotions or prejudices. \n Lay this Davis High football season bare, here\’s what you get: \n – The Blue Devils have lost eight straight after winning their season opener against a very thin Armijo team. \n – DHS […]

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Aggie soccer closes out season with 1-0 win

The UC Davis womenÕs soccer team ended its season on a good note, taking a 1-0 win Sunday over Long Beach State at Aggie Soccer Field. Lisa Kemp scored the only goal of the game in the second half, her fifth score of the year, which proved to be the game-winner. Samantha Faber played her […]

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