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Softball: EG, PG, Sheldon All Good, But C.Oaks Could Be The Best

Softball: EG, PG, Sheldon All Good, But C.Oaks Could Be The Best

Could the best high school softball team this season be Division II Cosumnes Oaks? They may not end up being the top club overall in the entire Sac-Joaquin Section, because Vacaville, the defending Division I champion, has several key players back this year.


But, in the city of Elk Grove, the Wolfpack could have the...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Softball: EG, PG, Sheldon All Good, But C.Oaks Could Be The Best

Softball: EG, PG, Sheldon All Good, But C.Oaks Could Be The Best

Could the best high school softball team this season be Division II Cosumnes Oaks? They may not end up being the top club overall in the entire Sac-Joaquin Section, because Vacaville, the defending Division I champion, has several key players back this year.


But, in the city of Elk Grove, the Wolfpack could have the...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
State Wrestling – Day One Results

None of the eleven Elk Grove Unified wrestlers have qualified for today's semi-finals of the CIF State Wrestling Tournament in Bakersfield, however, there are a few grapplers from the Sac-Joaquin Section in the final four in their weight class.There's ...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
State Wrestling – Day One Results

State Wrestling – Day One Results

None of the eleven Elk Grove Unified wrestlers have qualified for today's semi-finals of the CIF State Wrestling Tournament in Bakersfield, however, there are a few grapplers from the Sac-Joaquin Section in the final four in their weight class.There's ...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Baseball Preview: Elk Grove’s Experience, Tradition Hard To Beat

Baseball Preview: Elk Grove’s Experience, Tradition Hard To Beat

The Elk Grove baseball team of 2006 was pretty special. Not only did they defeat Colin Kaepernick and Pitman High School that year for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship, but also all nine starters went on to play college baseball.

Two of them, first baseman/pitcher David Freitas and catcher Dwight Childs, were drafted three...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Baseball Preview: Elk Grove’s Experience, Tradition Hard To Beat

Baseball Preview: Elk Grove’s Experience, Tradition Hard To Beat

The Elk Grove baseball team of 2006 was pretty special. Not only did they defeat Colin Kaepernick and Pitman High School that year for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship, but also all nine starters went on to play college baseball.

Two of them, first baseman/pitcher David Freitas and catcher Dwight Childs, were drafted three...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Eleven EGUSD Grapplers Make State Tournament

Eleven EGUSD Grapplers Make State Tournament

Eleven Elk Grove-area wrestlers will compete this weekend in the CIF State Wrestling Championships in Bakersfield.


Seven of those grapplers are from Elk Grove High School, a team that qualified all 14 members of their team for the two-day Sac-Joaquin Section Masters’ Tournament in Stockton.


The top six finishers in each weight classification at the...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Eleven EGUSD Grapplers Make State Tournament

Eleven EGUSD Grapplers Make State Tournament

Eleven Elk Grove-area wrestlers will compete this weekend in the CIF State Wrestling Championships in Bakersfield.


Seven of those grapplers are from Elk Grove High School, a team that qualified all 14 members of their team for the two-day Sac-Joaquin Section Masters’ Tournament in Stockton.


The top six finishers in each weight classification at the...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Demps Ready To Lead Hornets To Big Sky Title

Cody Demps is getting used to long road trips now that he’s a basketball player at Sacramento  State, a school that is a member of the Big Sky Conference.


“Yeah, it’s not 20 minute bus rides any more,” he chuckled.


That’s what just about every road game meant for the 6-4 shooting forward when he was...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Demps Ready To Lead Hornets To Big Sky Title

Cody Demps is getting used to long road trips now that he’s a basketball player at Sacramento  State, a school that is a member of the Big Sky Conference.


“Yeah, it’s not 20 minute bus rides any more,” he chuckled.


That’s what just about every road game meant for the 6-4 shooting forward when he was...

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