Rock’s school-record long jump warms up DHS

SACRAMENTO — If Davis High’s long-jump specialist Ian Rock gets off a couple more leaps like he did Thursday, he’s not going to need transportation to the State Meet next week in Clovis. He can just jump his way there. “It was a school record and pretty awesome,” Blue Devil head track coach Spencer Elliott […]

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Strong start for Watney at Byron Nelson

IRVING, Texas — When the par putt dropped for Jeff Overton on the second hole early in the Byron Nelson Championship, things suddenly seemed to be going in the right direction for him again. “That broke a lot and I thought I missed it, and it actually went in,” Overton said about the 10-footer on the […]

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Sports briefs: DHS’ Glass to play in softball Optimist game

Catchers always seem to be underappreciated. Davis High backstop Emily Glass has handled a strong pitching staff, fielded her position brilliantly and been a force at the plate for the Blue Devils in her senior season. Now, a few days after she thought she had suited up as a high school player for the final […]

Where did we find these kids?

There are a couple of guys on this staff who are really starting to bug me. At first, I liked these kids. Kinda good looking, each of them. Personable? Check. A little goofy, though — I found out one played second base and the other ran cross country. OK. “One has no arm and the […]

Marlins complete a sweep of the Giants

SAN FRANCISCO — Florida Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria stood at the center of the visiting clubhouse, holding a Marlins cap in his hand and flashing a smile behind his sunglasses. He was clearly the happiest person at AT&T Park. With the home fans still stunned and grieving over the injury to star catcher Buster Posey, […]

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Anderson’s three-hitter sends A’s past Angels

ANAHEIM — The Oakland Athletics, starved for runs most of the month, finally got some, with every player notching a hit against the Los Angeles Angels. Brett Anderson tossed three-hit ball over eight scoreless innings and Andy LaRoche drove in three runs to help the last-place A’s win 4-3 on Thursday. The A’s split their […]

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Team USA captures U12 DYSA championship

Scoring 13 runs in the first inning, Team USA showed its seasonlong prowess and earned the under-12 Davis Youth Softball Association championship last weekend at Playfields Park. Stopping the Giants, 19-9, in the Sunday finale of the Barry Garrison Memorial Tournament, Tessa Malone had two triples and a single while Kathleen Pan, Kailey Smith, Jeanne […]

The party’s over … DYSA thanks all who helped

Special to The Enterprise It’s been an exciting season of softball … and last weekend’s Barry Garrison Memorial Tournament at Playfields Park proved the point. Congratulations to all the division winners. The weekend turned out many successful displays of amazing softball. It was great to see the girls’ growth from the beginning of the season […]

Posey injured in brutal collision in Giants loss

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Buster Posey lay in the dirt around home plate, dazed, writhing in pain and curling up in a ball. AT&T Park fell silent, fans covering their mouths in disbelief. In the blink of an eye Wednesday night, the road back to the World Series for the defending champion San Francisco Giants […]

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Posey hurt as Giants fall to Marlins in 12 innings

SAN FRANCISCO — Scott Cousins scored the winning run in a brutal collision with catcher Buster Posey at home in the 12th inning, and the Florida Marlins beat the San Francisco Giants, 7-6, on Wednesday night after blowing a four-run lead in the ninth. Emilio Bonifacio hit a short fly ball to right-center off Guillermo […]

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Angels beat Cahill, hand A’s another loss

ANAHEIM — Although Trevor Cahill rarely struggles against the Los Angeles Angels, the sinkerballer couldn’t even keep up with Ervin Santana in the latest loss for the plummeting Oakland Athletics. Torii Hunter and Alberto Callaspo hit back-to-back homers, Santana allowed one run in six solid innings, and Los Angeles sent the A’s to their seventh […]

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DHS’ magic runs out in girls lacrosse semis

It was a night of mixed emotions for the Davis High girls lacrosse team as it faced top-seeded Carondelet in the North Coast Section semifinals at Diablo Vista Middle School on Wednesday. The Blue Devils felt the pain of a loss for only the second time since early March and saw their season come to […]

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UCD football gets academic award

For the most part, UC Davis has played smart football in recent years — and now part of the reason for that has become clear. The Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association recognized the Aggie squad with an Academic Progress Rate Award on Wednesday for having the highest APR score in the Great West Conference. […]

Long rain delay doesn’t slow Cats

Sacramento scored four runs in a three-hour rain-soaked first inning — scoring twice before and twice after a long delay — and the River Cats beat New Orleans, 10-4, on Wednesday at Raley Field Catcher Josh Donaldson’s two-run put two quick runs on the board for the Cats (30-17) before the two teams were called […]

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