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Local youth sports leagues suspend seasons

Several youth sports organizations have announced they will suspend their seasons in response to the spread of COVID-19. The decisions by Davis Little League, Davis Youth Softball Association and AYSO came in quick succession. Last Wednesday, AYSO pulled the plug on all play after the Area 2D office (of which Davis is a part) said […]

Avoiding the bug gives Catacutan the bug to play again

Baseball did not always come easy for Josh Catacutan. When the Blue Devil outfielder played travel ball at 13, stepping into the batter’s box made him nauseous. “I wanted to play, I just couldn’t … (it was) like a mental block,” Catacutan said. “I never envisioned that I’d be here now, playing at a high […]

Devils fall to Rocklin at Sutter Health Park in potential last game

365体育投注SACRAMENTO — Uncertainty swirled around Davis High athletics on Thursday as everyone pondered one question: Would the spring sports season get shut down? But the Blue Devil baseball squad was unperturbed. They had a ballgame to play. Davis fell to Rocklin, 6-2, at the newly named Sutter Health Park (home of the River Cats), but […]

A fresh season and a new era for Blue Devil baseball

365体育投注* Editor’s note: This continues an Enterprise series on spring sports at Davis High School. Before last Friday’s Davis High baseball practice, 20-some-odd ballplayers lay scattered like blue-and-white starfish in left field. The unlikely sunbathers were doing meditation and breath work for 10 minutes, hoping to shift their focus from the stress of the school […]

February 26, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Devil girls fall in second round to Oak Ridge

The Oak Ridge-Davis High saga just got another chapter. One year after the Blue Devils shocked the Trojans in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section tournament, No. 3 Oak Ridge got retribution with a 63-39 victory on Tuesday night in El Dorado Hills. With the cosmic scales back in balance, the Trojans will host […]

February 19, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Beal’s career night carries Devil girls in first-round win

365体育投注Surina Beal saved her best for last. The senior went off for a career-high 24 points in her last game at The Cage, as Davis High girls hoopsters powered past 19th-seed Rocklin, 64-48, for a first-round Sac-Joaquin playoff win on Monday night. The No. 14 Blue Devils now hit the road Tuesday against third-seed Oak […]

February 18, 2020 | Posted in Sports

“Do it for Surina”: Devils top St. Francis, earn playoff bid on Senior Night

On Valentine’s Day, the Davis High girls basketball team showed its love for its lone senior, captain Surina Beal, with flowers, balloons, a pep band, a 78-51 win over visiting St. Francis — and, belatedly, a No. 14-seed playoff play-in game on Monday. “We wanted to get the win, we wanted to have fun for […]

February 16, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Davis rocks the Eagles, 49-31, as St. Francis looms

Coming off one of the most dramatic upsets in Davis High history, the Blue Devil girls continued their playoff push on the road Wednesday evening by rocking Pleasant Grove, 49-31. All 11 Davis ballers scored in a share-the-ball affair as DHS grabbed a double-digit lead in the second quarter and never looked back. Skylar Schouten’s […]

February 14, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Devil girls shock No. 2 McClatchy on Schouten’s game-winner

365体育投注There are games that feel like history is being made.

Monday night at The Cage was one of those games, as Skylar Schouten’s wild jumper with 16 seconds to go lifted Davis High girls hoops over the No. 2 McClatchy Lions for the first time in more than 15 years, 49-47.

Devils battle Franklin, but fall in third straight

Standing at 3-7 in league with only two games left to play in the regular season — Davis High girls basketball is dangerously close to missing the section playoffs for the first time in eight seasons. But you wouldn’t know it by the way they’re playing… In a 59-45 loss on Friday at Franklin — […]

February 09, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Sutter Clinic looks to bridge physical therapy and performance

365体育投注On Thursdays, Sutter Health Physical and Hand Therapy holds a movement and boxing class. Athletes jabbing, bobbing and weaving around the clinic on Lake Boulevard in West Davis are not what one might expect. In fact, many of them are Parkinson’s disease patients. The boxing program — called balance-driven boxing — is one part of […]

February 09, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Playoffs murky after Devil girls fall to Huskies

365体育投注Oh, they could almost taste it. Davis High girls basketball’s comeback attempt fell short, yet again, in Wednesday night’s 61-50 loss to Sheldon at The Cage. Skylar Schouten muscled her way to a team-high 15 points while shooting 7 of 9 from the charity stripe. Emme Eisenman — after missing most of Monday’s 57-38 loss […]

February 07, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

For Devil girls, Sheldon stands in the way of playoff bid

The playoff race just got a little tighter for Davis High girls hoops. After falling to Elk Grove at home, 57-38, on Monday night, the Blue Devils host Sheldon on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in a bout of postseason hopefuls. DHS (13-10 overall, 3-5 league) sits a half-game back of the Huskies (13-10, 3-4), who […]

February 05, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Devil girls handle Wolfpack on Break the Record Night

365体育投注Raucous crowd. Rockin’ pep band. Biggest stage of the year. The commotion of Break the Record Night at Davis High on Friday night did not faze the Devil girls, in fact the support helped as the Blue Devils handled visiting Cosumnes Oaks, 47-37, in front of 700-plus DHS faithful. Playing in the North Gym as […]

February 02, 2020 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,
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