UCD softball wins two in San Diego

With pitching like it got on Sunday in San Diego, the UC Davis softball team isn’t going to lose a lot of games. Alex Holmes and Jessica Thweatt each allowed just one run in pitching complete games to send the Aggies to 2-1 and 3-1 wins over San Diego and Sacramento State, respectively, on the […]

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Lady Devils start playoffs tonight

It’s a tall order, with Pleasant Grove sporting three frontline players bigger than Davis High’s inside duo of Sarah Sadler and Ashleigh Vandenbrink. But the Davis High girls have filled the bill time after time against squads of superior height. So when Lady Blue Devils host the Eagles tonight at 7 p.m. in the first […]

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DHS girls lacrosse ready to stick it to opponents

Lacrosse has spread like wildfire through the Davis sports scene — and one big reason for that has been the success of the Davis High girls squad. Coming off a 15-5 season in which the Blue Devils went 12-0 in Bay Shore Athletic League play, coach Jenn Morris sees another “very strong” team playing at […]

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Lady Blue Devils get Pleasant Grove

It’s official… Pleasant Grove comes to town on Tuesday for a first-round Sac-Joaquin playoff showdown with the Lady Blue Devils. The Eagles (17-10 overall) finished third in the rugged Delta River League and come to Davis fresh off a 73-56 loss to No. 1 St. Francis (Davis lost to the Troubadours, 75-51, on Jan. 6 […]

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Setoguchi’s hat trick lifts Sharks

SAN JOSE  — Devin Setoguchi recorded his first career hat trick and Ian White recorded a point in his first game with San Jose as the Sharks beat Colorado 4-0, on Saturday,  handing the Avalanche their 10th straight loss. Ryane Clowe also scored for the Sharks, who have worked themselves back into the playoff picture […]

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UCD ROUNDUP: Aggie lacrosse gets first win

The UC Davis women’s lacrosse team got into the win column on Saturday, and this one wasn’t close. Senior Gina Hoffmire and sophomore Anna Geissbuhler each scored five goals to lead the Aggies to a 21-5 win over Fresno State in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation action at Aggie Stadium. The victory put UCD at 1-1, both overall […]

Hawaii busts UCD men on 100th anniversary

On a day celebrating the 100th anniversary of men’s basketball at UC Davis, the Aggies came back from a double-digit deficit in the first half, only to see themselves fall back again after intermission. The second hole was too big to climb out of and UCD lost its ESPNU BracketBusters game, 83-69, to Hawaii on […]

UCD women prepare for UCR with nonconference win

The UC Davis women’s basketball team was hit with a technical foul before Friday’s game even started, thanks to some pregame music that ran on a little too long. Seattle University hit the two free throws. And that was the visitors’ only lead of the game. The Aggies (18-7) rebounded strong from the early hiccup […]

DHS boys golf season preview

Raber. It’s a name that is synonymous with Davis golf. Tyler Raber — a two-time CIF champion for the Blue Devils — continues to put up leaderboard numbers for UC Davis. Little brother Scott Raber — now a senior and probably the No. 1 player for Davis High — is at the top of his […]

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DHS girls finish DVC season undefeated

ELK GROVE — For anybody who’s seen the Davis High girls play basketball during the past seven weeks, it doesn’t come as a surprise that the Lady Blue Devils rolled over homestanding Elk Grove, 60-41, on Friday night. The DHS win gives the locals a perfect 10-0 mark in Delta Valley Conference play (20-6 overall) […]

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DHS boys win on Senior Night

Draw smiley faces on the basketballs — and put them away. Doing just enough against a struggling Elk Grove team, the Davis High boys basketball team ended a disappointing season with a 51-45 win over the Thundering Herd before 420 appreciative fans at home on Friday. On Senior Night, the Blue Devils jumped off to […]

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Cosumnes River Six

Call ‘em the Cosumnes River Six … All Davis guys. All ready to make a big run at a Big 8 conference baseball title. It’s no secret that Davis is a regional hotbed of baseball. The high school has won two Sac-Joaquin Section crowns since 2000, made the playoffs 14 of the past 16 years […]

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Sharks top the Capitals

SAN JOSE — Even though Dan Boyle took the shot on what proved to be the game-winning goal for San Jose he didn’t even get credit for an assist after the puck ricocheted off four sticks before making its way into the net. Boyle’s point shot deflected off a defender and two teammates before Dany […]

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COLLEGE MEN: Trojans vanquish Golden Bears

BERKELEY — Maurice Jones didn’t take it personally when USC coach Kevin O’Neill took him out of the starting lineup for the first time this season. The Trojans’ diminutive freshman shrugged off being benched and came back to score 22 points, all in the second half, and Southern California held off a late surge by […]

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