DHSÕ hat is off to Oakmont

Enterprise sports editor On the road for the first three games of the season Ñ four if you count a Òhome gameÓ that was played at Pioneer High in Week 1 Ñ the Davis High football team couldnÕt avoid making mistakes that caused them to fall behind early. On Friday night, when the Blue Devils […]

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Devils canÕt hold on to beat Jesuit

Enterprise correspondent They played their hearts out. But it wasnÕt quite enough. The Davis High boys soccer team left it all out on the pitch Saturday night, but fell 2-1 against archrival Jesuit. The Blue Devils came out with adrenaline flowing, and attacked the ball from the second the refereeÕs whistle blew, but couldnÕt quite […]

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BRIEFS: Devil tennis stops Cardinals, 8-1

Laguna Creek proved to be a one-woman team Ñ in the most extreme sense Ñ Thursday as the Davis High girls defeated the Cardinals, 8-1, on Thursday at the Community Park Tennis Complex. Other than a competitive matchup between LCHSÕ Tiffany Pham and the Blue DevilsÕ InŽs Guinard at No. 1, DHS was dominant. The […]

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DHS beats Laguna Creek; Jesuit is next

Cyrus Ghaffari scored three goals for the second time this week to lead the Davis High boys to a 4-1 win over Laguna Creek on Thursday at Yudin Field. The CardinalsÕ strong goalie and outside trap defense gave the Blue Devils problems through most of the first half, but Ghaffari broke a scoreless tie just […]

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DHS girls jump on St. MaryÕs early

Enterprise correspondent In what was supposed to be one of the most competitive matches of the year, the Davis High girls water polo team demolished St. MaryÕs on Thursday, winning by a score of 15-2 at Arroyo Pool. Rachel Brooks and Hailey Wright led the Blue Devil scoring attack by pounding four goals apiece into […]

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Allen, Stapleton lead Devil boys to win

Enterprise correspondent The Davis High boys water polo team dominated St. MaryÕs on Thursday at Arroyo Pool, finishing with a 15-7 win. The victory avenged a 12-10 loss to St. MaryÕs in the 2009 Sac-Joaquin Section final. Despite sitting out the fourth quarter, Blue Devil senior Wade Allen and sophomore Connor Stapleton led DHS to […]

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Blue Devils swing for a sweep

It was a long day for the Davis High girls golf team as it hosted the first of four Delta Valley Conference tournaments on Thursday at Wildhorse. But as the strokes piled up, the Blue Devils werenÕt feeling much distress. ThatÕs because it was the other DVC squads that were putting up big numbers and […]

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UCD thinks it can play with San Jose

Enterprise staff writer Games against teams in the Great West Football Conference have not been easy for San Jose State the past three years. The Football Bowl Subdivision Spartans needed a last-second touchdown to beat UC Davis in 2008, trailed Cal Poly at halftime in 2009 and scored with just over a minute left to […]

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Davis is back at Halden tonight

After what has been a disappointing start to the season, the Davis High football team has a great chance to turn things around tonight against Oakmont. One reason for optimism is the Blue Devils (1-3) will play their first actual home game of 2010 as Phase 2 of the reconstruction of Halden Field has been […]

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BRIEFS: Big win for Blue Devil girls

Davis High girls volleyball coach Leigh Whitmire is always happy to get a win. WednesdayÕs three-set victory over Yuba City was a little bit sweeter. ÒIt just feels really good to be successful after you havenÕt won in a while,Ó Whitmire said after the Blue Devils swept the Honkers, 25-19, 25-22, 25-17. ÒYou never like […]

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UCD set to face battle-tested Spartans

Enterprise staff writer By the time most football teams have four games under their belts, theyÕve seen at least a couple of teams close to their talent level. That has not been the case, however, for San Jose State, which has faced three ranked teams Ñ No. 1 Alabama, No. 11 Wisconsin and No. 14 […]

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DHS stays hot with a home win

Another game, another win for the Davis High field hockey team. On Wednesday at Susan Beaton Field, the victim was Pleasant Valley, and the Blue Devils remained undefeated in Eastern Athletic League play with a 5-1 win. After a bumpy start that saw DHS back on its heels as a strong Viking squad put the […]

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Devils happy to be home Friday

Enterprise staff writer When Davis hosts Oakmont on Friday, fans will get their first look of the fall at Halden Field as a football venue. While the Blue Devils played a handful of games at DHS a year ago, it was before Phase 2 of the $7 million rehab project was finished. On Friday, hometown […]

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DHS field hockey goes a long way for a victory

SUSANVILLE Ñ ItÕs been a while since the Davis High girls field hockey team has been on the losing end of a final score, and even longer since they have had a chance to avenge a loss. That chance came Monday, when the Devils got revenge for their only preseason loss, with a 7-1 victory […]

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