On June 25, the USL Championship announced the competitive structure for the remainder of the 2020 season that has been tweaked down to a 16-game regular season and clubs are divided into eight groups followed by a single-elimination playoff. The regular season games will be played over 13 w…

In the fall, playing a game could very much be a reality for student-athletes after the Elk Grove Unified School District approved a plan to re-open school-related athletics during the upcoming 2020-21 school year.

The City of San Francisco and the PGA of America on June 22  announced that the 2020 PGA Championship, in which two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka aims for a historic three-peat, will be contested without spectators on-site, August 3-9 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.

After the USL announced it had decided to play the 2020 season, the Sacramento Republic FC released a statement earlier this month noting that it is preparing to safely put the pieces in place for its season.

The California Interscholastic Federation released its guidelines on June 12 for reopening sports and noted that its guidelines are to be used primarily as a tool for when schools reopen and that school districts should look to the state and county for guidance as to when they can safely reo…

After receiving an email from his son’s football coach addressing the current recommendations by Sacramento County regarding high school sports for the 2020-21 school year, Pleasant Grove parent David Falcone was frustrated.

The defending Metro League Champion in the high jump and triple jump, Kevin Adams had already won dual championships in the long jump and the triple jump at the Glen Poole Invitational this year for Monterey Trail’s track and field program.

With plenty of safety measures in place, playing high school sports could become a reality in the upcoming school year, depending on what local school districts along with Sacramento County Public Health and student-athletes and parents deem feasible.

In recognition of all of our local high school senior athletes who played a sport this spring, the Elk Grove Citizen is putting together a special senior issue to run in early June.