It’s been almost a month since the Sheldon Huskies softball team competed on a field before their season was put on hold, like many other high school athletes in the United States no one knows if the season will continue.
With a young team and the experience of a Sac-Joaquin Section playoff appearance last season, Laguna Creek’s softball team had high hopes for the 2020 season even though the Cardinals under second year head coach Rick Elkins got off to a slow start by going 1-3-1 through their first five gam…
The Monterey Trail girls’ softball team is one of the countless teams across the United States hoping to continue their spring sports season, but it’s going to be some time before prep sports fans hear an update.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Evening Optimist Club of Sacramento announced this week that it canceled the 43rd Optimist High School Basketball All Star Games that was scheduled for April 11 at Cosumnes River College.
For Franklin varsity baseball coach Bryan Kilby, the district wide shutdown of all academics and athletics throughout the state due to the coronavirus has him thinking a lot about his senior class.
Following a season that had the entire section and more taking notice, Laguna Creek’s Ahrray Young was named Metro League Co-MVP and the Cardinals’ head coach Cody Norman was named Coach of the Year.
Prior to all activities being postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, Monterey Trail’s baseball team was enjoying a great start to the season. The Mustangs started off the season 5-0 before having their season postponed as efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus were put into place…
The Monterey Tail boys’ golf program won’t compete in any more matches for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19 and the California Interscholastic Federation decision to continue postponing spring sport athletics events until further notice, according to their press release on March 17.
After an incredible season in which they returned for their second Sac-Joaquin Section Championship in three years, the Bradshaw Christian Pride girls soccer team earned seven All-League honors.
Capping off their final Delta League boys basketball season in which they finished in second place before going on to help their team win the Sac-Joaquin Section title, the Sheldon Huskies’ Josh Williams and Xavion Brown were voted Delta League Co-Players of the Year.
Five Bradshaw Christian athletes were named to the Sierra Valley Conference’s boys basketball, girls basketball or boys soccer lists that were released March 5.
After a meeting with its 10 Section Commissioners, the California Interscholastic Federation announced on March 17 that they have not made a decision on the outcome of the spring high school sports season and that the group will meet again April 3 to discuss the topic again.
Within two days, the local sports world virtually stopped as teams including the Sacramento Republic FC, Stockton Heat and Stockton Ports announced that they were halting their seasons to help contain the coronavirus.
In their last game before the postponement of the spring sports season due to coronavirus precautionary measures taken by the Elk Grove Unified School District, the Monterey Trail Mustang defeated Florin 7-2 at Monterey Trail High School.