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Aggie roundup: Adamson, McKelvie pace UCD tennis win

The UC Davis men’s tennis team made it two straight to open the home stand — and three in a row overall — on Saturday after the No. 57 Aggies handed No. 72 San Francisco a 6-1 defeat at the Marya Welch Tennis Center. UCD improved to 6-3 overall, posting its first-ever win over the […]

Arts calendar

Galleries “Positive Reflections: From Combat to Community,” a show of veterans’ artwork, opens Friday, Feb. 5, at Gallery 625 in Woodland. The reception is 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. that night. The show runs through February. For information, email [email protected] or call 530-309-6464. Ben Tuason’s “Davis Shopscapes” are on display at Gallery 1855, 820 Pole Line Road, Davis, throughout February. […]

Third place is a charm as DHS snowboard shreds in slalom

By Stacy Piacentini NORTHSTAR CALIFORNIA — The Davis High School snowboard team opened February on fire as the Blue Devils ferociously stormed the gates at Northstar on Monday. Combined, the boys and girls teams took third place. The sunny, blue sky and fresh new powder presented perfect conditions for the team’s second giant slalom race […]

Area sports briefs: JV girls win; Diamonds click

SACRAMENTO — Davis High picked up a big junior varsity girls basketball win Monday, holding host St. Francis to 8 second-half points in a 43-33 Delta League victory. The sixth straight win for the Lady Devils (16-5 overall, 7-2 in league) moved the team into a second place tie with the Troubadours, one game behind Franklin (8-1) — […]

DHS girls fall to Elk Grove again, 56-38

ELK GROVE — The Lady Blue Devils aren’t the healthiest of teams right now, however, Davis High coach Heather Highshoe knows that’s no excuse for Friday night’s 56-38 loss to Elk Grove. Offense? “It was pretty much nonexistent,” Highshoe told The Enterprise. Rebounding? “It didn’t feel like we were exerting ourselves,” the coach added, noting that […]

DHS skiers win again

ALPINE MEADOWS — It would not be hyperbolic to say that Monday was magnificent in the Sierra Nevada. The dumping of snow that has caused two race postponements so far this season came together in a perfect day for slalom racing at Alpine Meadows. Adding to Monday’s majesty was a special guest appearance by DHS Principal […]

DHS snowboarders face challenges on the slopes

By Stacy Piacentini NORTHSTAR CALIFORNIA — Due to rain resulting in miserable, slushy snow, last week’s Davis High School snowboard race at Boreal Mountain resort was canceled. In contrast to last week, Monday’s giant slalom provided the racers with firm snow, and by race time, a beautiful blue sky. The Blue Devil snowboard team competed […]

Aggie women handle Mustangs, 75-57

  SAN LUIS OBISPO — Rebounding — literally — from a disappointing road loss at Santa Barbara Thursday night, the UC Davis women went up the coast and recovered Saturday afternoon. In a 75-57 victory over Cal Poly, the Aggies used a 42-35 advantage on the boards to run their record to 11-7. Led by […]

Cheung wins 3 events as Aggie women splash past Gauchos

Junior Hilvy Cheung touched the wall first in three events — including the final pair of home-season individual races — as UC Davis women swimmers came back from a 23-point deficit to upend UC Santa Barbara on Saturday. Mountain Pacific Sports Federation showdown marked the last home appearance for the Aggies at the Schaal Aquatics Center. Davis is 4-2 […]

Blue Devils miss 10 last-period free throws, lose to Grant, 77-70

SACRAMENTO — It wasn’t the kind of weekend the Blue Devil boys envisioned. First off, Davis High traveled to Grant High for a Friday Delta League encounter. The Pacers were 8-8, 5-1 — but DHS hoped to make this visit the beginning of a postseason run. It wasn’t to be as the Devils missed 10, […]

Lady Blue Devils will break attendance record on Saturday

On Saturday, the Lady Blue Devils host their inaugural Break the Record Night when Metropolitan League powerhouse McClatchy High visits The Cage for a 7 p.m. tipoff. “We anticipate a standing-room-only crowd,” says Davis varsity assistant and JV head man Brett Andersen. “Technically, the ‘record’ is zero because we’ve never done a BTRN — only the […]

UCD men add another ESPN3 game

Ready for another close-up? For the seventh time this season, UC Davis men’s basketball will compete in front of a national audience when ESPN3 selected the Aggies’ Feb. 6 road game at UC Riverside as its wild-card broadcast for that weekend. With this announcement, Aggie basketball fans across the country now have the ability to watch both road […]

Aggie men hope to keep W’s coming; surging women on the road

Aggie fans have to wonder if Siler Schneider’s heart-stopping 3-pointer that beat CSUN last week was the demarcation of better things to come for the UC Davis basketball men. Until that shot — which beat the visiting Matadors, 63-62, with 1.7 seconds left last Thursday — the Aggies were losers of eight of their last nine and looking like […]

NFL roundup: Cards top Packers in an instant classic

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Larry Fitzgerald’s brief but brilliant overtime heroics trumped another Hail Mary by Aaron Rodgers and the Arizona Cardinals escaped with a 26-20 victory over the Green Bay Packers Saturday night to advance to the NFC championship. Fitzgerald turned a short pass into a 75-yard gain on the first play of overtime to […]

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