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Marleau’s big night helps Sharks past Penguins

PITTSBURGH — San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau helped his team continue its roll on the same night he joined an elite group of NHL players. Brent Burns scored twice and Marleau got his 1,000th career point to lift the San Jose Sharks over the Pittsburgh Penguins, 3-1, on Saturday for their fifth straight win. […]

Dunning: Could Trojans still win the Pac-12 title?

This week’s picks are as follows: BAYLOR over OKLAHOMA … two red-hot teams out to impress the college football playoff committee, which has yet to show the Big 12 any respect. USC over COLORADO … the Trojans are still eyeing that Pac-12 title. UTAH over ARIZONA … my how the Utes wish they could have […]

JV/frosh roundup: DHS underclass cross country crushes at sub-sections

The Davis High cross country underclass boys and girls had perhaps the best Sac-Joaquin Sub-Sections performance ever on Saturday in Angels Camp. Not only did all five Blue Devil teams — freshman, sophomore and JV boys, and frosh/soph and JV girls — advance to this weekend’s section finals, but both JV squads and the frosh/soph […]

San Jose’s downward spiral continues against Islanders

SAN JOSE — John Tavares scored twice, including 36 seconds into the game, and the New York Islanders hung on to beat the San Jose Sharks, 4-2, on Tuesday night. Joel Ward and Brent Burns scored for the Sharks, who fell to 3-8 after opening the season with four straight wins. Thomas Greiss, facing the […]

AYSO roundup: Tournament play kicks off with exciting games

Davis AYSO regional tournament play got off to a drizzly-but-exciting start last weekend. Here’s a look back at some of the local action … U10 girls Golden Girls 4, Sapphires 0: With back-to-back games, the Sapphires ended their season with energy, enthusiasm and strong team spirit. Against the Golden Girls, the Sapphires had a few good […]

Farmers Market seeks holiday musicians

The Davis Farmers Market is looking for local musicians, singers and musical community groups to perform acoustic holiday music on Saturdays, Dec. 5, 12 and 19 at the market in Central Park, Third and C streets. Musicians and choral groups can perform at the oak tree, in front of the market shed, or on the steps […]

DHS drops an eventful football finale

Friday’s high school football game between Davis and Monterey Trail had a whole lot of everything, from offensive fireworks to defensive stops, from a touchdown with no time left in the half to a pair of last-second interceptions. Throw in a brawl, a Blue Devil 1,000-yard rusher and a Senior Night celebration, and the only thing the […]

Expert takes on campus anti-Semitism

How pervasive are expressions and incidents of anti-Semitism on universities, particularly at UC Davis and other University of California campuses? Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, co-founder and director of the Amcha Initiative and a lecturer at UC Santa Cruz, will examine this topic at Congregation Bet Haverim from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15.  Her talk, “Anti-Semitism on […]

Sports briefs: Aggies eliminated in America East quarterfinals

Kayla Wigney scored the only UC Davis goal early in the second half, but it wasn’t enough as No. 8 Albany — the tournament’s host school — defeated the Aggies, 7-1, in the America East field hockey quarterfinals on Thursday. UCD (8-12) held its own against last season’s Final Four participant until the final portion of […]

Library card-holders can discover and go

Are you looking for new places to take your family that are educational and inexpensive? Then come check out the award-winning Discover & Go program that offers Yolo County Library card-holders free and low-cost passes to more than 40 museums, science centers, zoos, theaters and other cultural venues throughout Northern California and the San Francisco Bay […]

JV/frosh roundup: DHS harriers win two league titles

After a pair of second-place finishes at last year’s conference meet, the Davis High boys and girls frosh/soph cross country teams took back the titles at Saturday’s Delta League Championships. The two-mile race was contested at the Willow Hill Reservoir course in Folsom. The Blue Devil girls easily defeated runner-up St. Francis by a margin of […]

Downtown needs better lighting

Downtown Davis is pedestrian UN-friendly after dark. (Re: John Troidl’s Oct. 28 letter to The Enterprise). It’s uninviting and unsafe. Even the few corners with no burned-out street lights are too dark for drivers to easily see pedestrians. It’s worse when it’s raining. I urge all of our City Council members to walk and drive […]

Such talent on our local stage

I would like to express my appreciation for the wonderful performance at the closing ceremony of Davis Chinese Film Festival on Oct. 11 at the Brunelle Performance Hall at Davis High School. A group of young dancers from Anhui Provincial Dance Drama Theatre presented Hui Ban, the story of Anhui Opera Troupe during 1911. At the […]

We’re making a difference

Many thanks to the Davis community and beyond who supported our ninth Sahaya Walks event on Oct. 11 and made it such a success through their presence, energy and contributions. Kudos to the approximately 150 people who attended the event, and to the numerous “virtual” participants. A very special thanks to International House, Davis, for hosting […]

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