BRIEFS: Huge week for Devils in college

A pair of Davis High graduates, who also happen to be stepbrothers, were each honored this week for their performances as college athletes. As mentioned in MondayÕs online edition of The Davis Enterprise, UC Davis running back Josh Reese was named Great West Offensive Player of the Week for his role in the AggiesÕ 38-24 […]

| Posted in Aggies

Blue Devil boys win big

LINCOLN Ñ After a first half that head coach Ashley Yudin called a disaster, the Blue Devils woke up with five second-half goals to beat Lincoln 5-1. The Blue Devils trailed at halftime but Cyrus Ghaffari scored the first of his two goals just 12 seconds into the second half to erase the lead. Jacob […]

| Posted in Archived Stories

DHS defense looks to start faster

Enterprise staff writer Paint two faces on Friday nightÕs Davis High football performance. In a 43-20 loss to Will C. Wood, once the Blue Devil offense got untracked, it was very good. Give the guys with the ball a half of a smile. But when the Wildcats were in possession, once again the localsÕ opponent […]

| Posted in Archived Stories

SalitÕs hat trick leads UCD polo

Junior center Aaron Salit scored three goals and drew a key five-meter exclusion while senior Cory Lyle also performed a hat trick, lifting 15th-ranked UC Davis to a 7-4 win over No. 19 Air Force in a menÕs Western Water Polo Association contest at Schaal Aquatics Center Monday afternoon. The Aggies, playing in their home […]

| Posted in Aggies

BRIEFS: UCD women lose in Vegas

LAS VEGAS, Nev. Ñ Ashleigh Shoughro scored her seventh goal of the season, helping UNLV take a 2-1 victory over the UC Davis womenÕs soccer team on Sunday at the UNLV Rebel Classic. UCDÕs Allison Kelly also found the back of the net in the first half to tie the game at 1-1, but an […]

| Posted in Aggies

UCD running game gets on track in San Diego

Enterprise staff writer It was only one football game against a non-scholarship San Diego team that doesnÕt appear to have much talent. But after watching his team rush for only 84 yards on 50 carries in its first two games, UC Davis head coach Bob Biggs will take production on the ground any way he […]

| Posted in Aggies

UCD BRIEFS: Sedlak leads the way at Aggie Invite

UC Davis junior middle blocker Betsy Sedlak hit 6-for-13 in a three-set sweep of Nevada then followed it with an 11-for-15 night in a 3-0 win over Portland to earn the MVP at the Aggie Invitational and lead the UCD volleyball team to a pair of wins on the second day of the event at […]

| Posted in Aggies

Early scoring binge lifts Devils

NAPA Ñ ÒAfter the first 15 minutes, it looked like it was going to be 20-0.Ó Ashley YudinÕs Davis High boys soccer team actually did slow down after scoring three early goals on Friday at Napa, but still held on for a 3-2 victory. With the win, the Blue Devils improved to 9-2 on the […]

| Posted in Archived Stories

UCD gets its first victory of the season in San Diego

Special to the Enterprise SAN DIEGO Ñ Consider the monkey strapped to the UC Davis football team officially removed. It didnÕt go quietly, but away it went, and the Aggies posted their first win of the 2010 campaign by doling out a 38-24 beating to the University of San Diego on Saturday night. Using its […]

| Posted in Aggies

BRIEFS: DHS girls water polo splits a pair

The Davis High girls water polo team suffered its first loss of the year on Saturday falling to Monte Vista 6-4 at Schaal Aquatics Center. Earlier in the day, the Blue Devils knocked off Campolindo 10-3 and they sit at 7-1 on the season. Rachel Johnson scored a pair of goals in both games while […]

| Posted in Archived Stories

JV Devils come up inches short

VACAVILLE Ñ When Grant Dickerson hit Adam Inouye with a flare pass in the right flat for a late touchdown on Friday, it looked like the Davis High junior varsity football team might pull out at least a tie against Will C. Wood. Trailing 14-12 with 2:18 remaining after the TD, the Blue Devils lined […]

| Posted in Archived Stories

First-half floundering foils DHS

Enterprise staff writer VACAVILLE Ñ Where to start? It wasnÕt Davis HighÕs finest football hour. After losing 43-20 to Will C. Wood on Friday night, Blue Devil coach Steve Smyte reminded his players this season Òhas a long way to go … itÕs a marathon. If thereÕs anyone here now who doesnÕt believe that hard […]

| Posted in Archived Stories