football

Which outcome was most surprising?

This weekend's football games included some highly anticipated matchups, some of which delivered on the drama and others which did not.And then, there was that game at Woodcreek th ...

Whitney tops El Dorado 35-13

The Whitney Wildcats showed their versatility and depth Friday night in Placerville with a convincing 35-13 victory over the host El Dorado Cougars. Whitney set the tempo early whe ...

Lincoln at Placer - who will win?

It may be just a regular season game Friday night in Auburn, but the matchup between the resurgent Lincoln High football team and Placer has the local hype maching working overtime ...

Battle of unbeatens - Zebras to take on Hillmen in Auburn

Lincoln High’s varsity football team hasn’t played in a regular season game like this in a very long time. The 7-0 Zebras will play in a Pioneer Valley League game against the ...

Eagles perched atop D-II rankings

The Del Oro High football team is in prime position to make history and play in a CIF state bowl game in December. But while regular-season success is important, the postseason wi ...

Lincoln stomps Marysville 35-0, improves to 7-0

Lincoln High’s undefeated varsity football team lumped up visiting Marysville to the tune of 35-0 at Alexander Grey Sports Complex on Friday to improve to 7-0. Lincoln forced a ...

Wildcats top Mesa Verde 40-14; Rodrigues injures ankle again

Whitney High’s varsity football team dominated visiting Mesa Verde 40-14 on Friday night, the third win in a row for the Wildcats. The Wildcats are now 5-2 overall and 3-1 in th ...

Rawlins runs wild as Colfax crushes El Dorado

COLFAX – In a celebration of 50 years of Colfax High here Friday night, new school met old school. Led by Pat Rawlins’ school record setting rushing effort, the Colfax Falcons ...

Hillmen bury Bruins, 51-7

LAKE OF THE PINES — Other than the green and gold on the uniforms, the Placer High football team did not look like itself Friday night. There was no explosive offense, senior Ash ...

Stanley running strong for Lincoln

Lincoln High’s varsity football team is 6-0 and senior running back Moses Stanley is a big part of that. Stanley, 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, leads the team with 10 total touchdown ...