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UCD volleyballers take a game before falling to No. 7 Hawaii

Senior outside hitter Kaylin Squyres tallied 19 kills and freshman libero Malia Bolko picked up a match-high 23 digs on Sunday, but UC Davis ultimately lost to seventh-ranked Hawaii, 23-25, 25-17, 25-22, 25-17, in Big West Conference women’s volleyball action at The Pavilion. With the result, the Aggies fell to 13-15 overall and 8-6 in league play, […]

Junior Blue Devils capture SYL U14 title

ELK GROVE — The Davis Junior Blue Devil U14s were once in a classification known as the Midgets. After Saturday, they are alone in a category called champions. With Payne Barksdale and Taylor Vaughn combining for more than 400 yards rushing and four touchdowns, Davis rolled to a 36-7 victory over Rio Linda at Monterey […]

Aggies again lick their wounds ahead of Causeway Classic

If it wasn’t so sad, it would be funny. After the UC Davis football team finished its home finale on Saturday, media types were informed that one of their choices for postgame interviews was injured and unavailable. The Aggies had just dropped a spirited 55-38 decision to visiting Cal Poly.UCD fell to 1-9 and 1-6 in Big […]

DHS boys lose close section championship to Lodi

Special to The Enterprise ROSEVILLE — The Davis High boys water polo team is no stranger to the Sac-Joaquin Section title game, having now made an appearance in 11 consecutive championship contests. But on Saturday at the Roseville Aquatics Center, it was a new face that took home the banner as Lodi beat the Blue […]

Davis girls come up short in bid for 7th straight water polo title

Special to the Enterprise ROSEVILLE — Each November since 2009, the Davis High girls water polo team has taken home the Sac-Joaquin Section title. On Saturday afternoon, a seventh championship in a row was not meant to be, as the Blue Devils lost a 6-5 defensive showdown with rival St. Francis. Despite three goals from […]

Entertaining, energized Aggies still fall to Cal Poly

It wasn’t an Aggie victory. However, this 55-38 Cal Poly decision (in which it took back the Golden Horseshoe trophy) was totally entertaining. While the Mustangs (4-6, 3-4) rang up 669 yards of offense, the UC Davis football team wasn’t exactly chopped liver, with 496 yards of its own. The Big West rivals went back-and-forth early […]

Vernau wins individual title but Marauders edge Devils

FOLSOM — Coming into the Sac-Joaquin Section championship at Willow Hill Reservoir Park, the Davis High boys cross country team knew it would need performances of a lifetime from several runners to upset Delta League champion Jesuit. As the six Blue Devil finishers crossed the line, clearly exhausted from giving maximum effort — and needing help from […]

Blue Devil girls cruise to cross country crown

FOLSOM — For the first time in her four-year prep career, Davis High senior Fiona O’Keeffe won’t enter the state cross country meet as the Sac-Joaquin Section individual champion. Not because she was upset, though. Rather, Blue Devil head coach Bill Gregg made the decision to rest O’Keeffe, confident that the DHS girls would take the section […]

Late-game collapse ruins Aggie men’s party

“They’re disappointed, I’m disappointed,” UC Davis men’s basketball coach Jim Les said after Friday’s stunning late-game meltdown led to a 79-71 overtime loss to visiting North Dakota State. “The beauty of it is we get to play again Sunday. We’ll forget about this one quickly.” With 2:10 remaining in what was once a festive opening-night […]

In it for a while, young UCD women fall to Stanford

One thing is for sure, the UC Davis women don’t back off a good basketball opponent. Each of the past two seasons, the Aggies have come face-to-face with nine-time national champion Connecticut. Stanford — which has become an annual test for UCD — pranced into town Friday with its No. 14 ranking and got a […]

Halsted, Barr pace Aggie runners at West Regional

SEATTLE — UC Davis seniors Erika Barr and Trevor Halsted — a Davis High graduate — each finished 27th overall in their respective races, leading the Aggie men and women to top-15 placings in the 2015 NCAA West Regional Cross Country Championships at the Jefferson Golf Course in Seattle on Friday. UCD’s women team finished 15th overall […]

Grant football player killed in Friday shooting

SACRAMENTO — The Grant High School community remains in shock today after a Friday afternoon shooting left one prep football player dead and another wounded. Killed while he and Pacer teammates made a “food run” was Jaulon Clavo, a starting cornerback for Grant. Teammate Malik Johnson was wounded in the shooting, which remains an open […]

Davis runners prepare for section championships

Visit the cross country section of the California Interscholastic Federation’s website for its Sac-Joaquin Section satellite and, front and center, you’re greeted with a massive photo of Davis High star runner Fiona O’Keeffe. While the three-time defending champion is certainly the favorite at the Sac-Joaquin Section Championships Saturday at Willow Hill in Folsom, she is by […]

Dunning: Could Trojans still win the Pac-12 title?

This week’s picks are as follows: BAYLOR over OKLAHOMA … two red-hot teams out to impress the college football playoff committee, which has yet to show the Big 12 any respect. USC over COLORADO … the Trojans are still eyeing that Pac-12 title. UTAH over ARIZONA … my how the Utes wish they could have […]

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