YOUTH BASKETBALL: 11U Wildcats win a title

The Davis Wildcats Black, an 11U boys basketball team, captured first place at the Sac Area Sports AAU tournament in Sacramento on Saturday. The Wildcats finally got over the hump after taking second place in three previous tournaments this season. In its first game, Davis posted a 46-29 victory over the Dublin D-1 All Stars […]

DHS boys volleyball spikes rival Pioneer

The Davis High boys volleyball may have split a doubleheader on Wednesday night at Pioneer High, but it was a victory over the hosts that the Blue Devils will use as momentum for the rest of the season. Playing their fourth match in three days — after a three-set loss to Pleasant Valley earlier Wednesday […]

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UCD ROUNDUP: Aggies sweep MPSF swim awards

After a dominating performance at the first-ever Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Swimming and Diving Championship, it came as little surprise that the UC Davis women swept the conference’s yearly awards when they were announced on Tuesday. Liliana Alvarez was selected as MPSF Freshman of the Year, senior Linda Hermann earned Athlete of the Year and […]

DHS boys lacrosse taps new talent

Nick Juri and lacrosse have grown up together in Northern California. The new Davis High varsity boys head coach was first introduced to his sport while attending Bellarmine Prep in San Jose. “My friends (and I) started playing pick-up lacrosse on the football field after school,” Juri explains. “My senior year at Bellarmine, a JV […]

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Sharks survive Avalanche in shootout

SAN JOSE — Even when they come out flat, the San Jose Sharks are somehow finding ways to win these days. The Colorado Avalanche can’t seem to end up on the winning side even on nights they play well. Antti Niemi was perfect in the shootout just hours after getting a contract extension, and Ryane […]

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Schlosser lifts boys lacrosse in OT

The boys lacrosse season kicked off with a bang on Tuesday at Ron & Mary Brown Stadium, for the Davis High squad and for its fans. Blue Devils fans were treated to a thriller as DHS and Bella Vista played extra lacrosse, then Devil star Mikie Schlosser’s goal in overtime won it for Davis, 9-8. […]

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An impressive performance by the DHS girls

While an ultra-successful furlough break proved they could be road warriors, Davis High girls soccer players showed they could shine just as bright at home, demolishing visiting Lincoln High, 11-0, on Tuesday at Yudin Field. After members of the team won a title at a club event in Las Vegas last week, and the Blue […]

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SPORTS BRIEFS: DHS gains experience in loss

It was exciting night on Tuesday for most of the members of the Davis High boys volleyball team, as many of them were playing their first-ever match in their home gym. Valley spoiled the party, however, as it came into the DHS gym and won in three sets. The Blue Devils got behind early in […]

UCD’s loss at Sac State is its third straight

SACRAMENTO — After digging an early hole on Tuesday at Sacramento State, the UC Davis baseball team nearly climbed all the way out. But with the bases loaded in the top of the ninth inning, a double play ball sealed the Aggies’ fate in a 6-4 loss to the Hornets at John Smith Field. Sac […]

DHS softball fall short against Eagles’ ace

All together now … “Goodbye. Have fun at UCLA. See ya!” For the fourth consecutive season, Pleasant Grove right-hander Ally Carda has dispatched Davis High — this time with a no-hitter — as both teams opened the softball campaign with a 3-0 Eagle victory at DHS on Tuesday. “I thought we did really, really well,” […]

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Snow much fun in Lake Tahoe

SnowFest, the largest winter carnival west of the Mississippi, which kicks off Friday and runs through Sunday, March 13, offers a spectrum of zany and wacky events from hometown parades to polar bear swims and extreme food challenges. Don’t miss the Opening Night Ceremonies at the base of Squaw Valley USA on Friday with a […]

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DHS snowboard team has 11 members going to state championships

The DHS snowboard team had a strong season. The 10 racers on the girls varsity team competed in six races, achieving three second-place finishes in the three giant slalom events. The girls varsity racers ended the year finishing No. 1 in the final slalom race of the season, after placing third and fourth in the previous slalom […]

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SPORTS BRIEFS: UCD golf squads are both in 4th

WESTLAKE VILLAGE — Battling through frost and delays on Monday, which are expected to affect Tuesday’s portion of the event as well, the UC Davis men’s golf team is tied for fourth place after an official first round score of 1-under 283. Darkness caused play to be suspended during the second round of the USC Collegiate […]

Kings appease sellout crowd with a victory

SACRAMENTO — One of the NBA’s worst teams this season, the Sacramento Kings seemingly turned back the clock on Monday night to a time when the team played before sellout crowds and rewarded their loyal fans with victories. Marcus Thornton scored 16 of his season-high 29 points in the fourth quarter to help rally the […]

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