The long road to the CIF State Girls Wrestling Tournament ended in Visalia last weekend, and for the Del Oro Lady Eagles, the effort by the Black and Gold was put into two vivid words by coach Mike Maben… Corralejo is not the only one with a bright future. Del Oro seniors Burrage and Serena Morales will head to Gray’s Harbor College in Washington to continue their education and wrestling careers, Scott will be going to Westmont College in Santa Barbara on a soccer scholarship. Corralejo and Beavers will return next season. more
Side by side, they sat at a table, six girls who as a group together have accomplished just about everything they could have in their four years of playing high school soccer… Savannah Scott (Westmont College) is a center back Benjamin described as “tenacious” and “coachable” and called a “quiet leader, vital to our success.” more
Baseball never ends.
Three days before the Sac-Joaquin Section wraps up the 2016 season, next-level ballplayers get a head start on 2017 campaigns with the Auburn Wildcats collegiate summer baseball club. …Taylor Garcia, Westmont College, Davis Rodigo, Westmont College more
HIGHLIGHT REEL: Forest Lake Christian seniors commit to college scholarships after tremendous prep contributions
Gathered before family, friends and a small student body inside the Forest Lake Christian High gymnasium, three Falcon seniors took a moment to symbolize a step in the right direction Tuesday. …
The three-sport standout at Forest Lake will utilize scholarship funds to play NAIA baseball at Westmont College in Santa Barbara. …
Showcasing tremendous talent throughout the prep basketball season, Christian managed 18.8 points and 7.6 rebounds per game as the Falcons rallied to an undefeated conference stanza and push into the Northern California State Playoffs.
He entertained recruitment opportunities from several schools, ultimately agreeing to accept a partial scholarship from Westmont. more
In her playing days at both Del Oro and UCSanta Barbara, Emilie Johnson was in complete control of things on the hardwood from her point guard position.
Now, after a standout four-year career at UCSanta Barbara where she was a four-time all Big West selection and set a school record for three-point baskets, Johnson has turned her attention to coaching.
In her first-year since graduating from UCSanta Barbara, Johnson, a 2008, Del Oro graduate, is in her first season as an assistant coach at Westmont College, a NAIA school in Santa Barbara. And, not surprisingly, with the aid of Johnson, the Warriors are currently performing at a high level. more