Loggers continue to roll, secure second straight tournament championship
The Eureka Loggers won their second straight tournament at Maria Carrillo in Santa Rosa on Saturday, beating Sonoma Valley 55-22 in the final. And once again, the teamwork of the players played a key role in the victory as an impressive Eureka team improved to 8-1 on the season. “Today’s...
Wasco Tigers Lose to St. Vincent de Paul in 2023 CIF State Championships
• The 2023 CIF State Championships are taking place at El Camino College, Pasadena City College, and Saddleback College, with 15 schools competing for the state football championship.
Georgia star, Napa grad Brock Bowers wins college football’s top tight end award again
Brock Bowers, Napa High School graduate and current superstar at the University of Georgia, was announced Friday night as the 2023 Mackey Award winner, recognizing the best tight end in college football. “I just try to come to work every day and do my job. Just try to stay consistent...
Sky Sports: Connection through sports
Marin County has finally found a centralized sports facility: Sky Sports, located in San Rafael. After completing construction in 2017, the building has begun to reach its full potential and is filled with tenants from several sports. The complex has several aspects, including a baseball facility, which is home to Marin Baseball and Redwood Baseball training, a rock climbing gym, a soccer field and a volleyball facility, which is home to the Marin Juniors Volleyball Club. These sports have been inside the facility for months, but the latest addition is a brand new pickleball club named Flyte.
Wildcats Take Down Seawolves in First CCAA Road Contest
ROHNERT PARK, Calif.: After splitting the CCAA conference opening matchups at home, the Wildcats took to the road for their first conference road trip starting in Sonoma. In a big rivalry game against the Seawolves, the Wildcats earned their second win by a score of 87-72. The Wildcats opened up...
Boys Win, Girls Back on Track
After winning their first six games this season, Healdsburg’s girls basketball team was finally defeated last week, falling 32-18 to San Marin in the first round of the Piner tournament. “It was a battle between two extraordinary defensive teams of which neither were able to produce points to start...
Sonoma Raceway on track for overhaul
Cherishing a bright orange 1965 Mustang GT and a constant love of fast cars, Bay Cities Paving & Grading Vice President of Estimating, Robert Rosas, is gearing up for his dream job. He’s preparing to reconstruct and repave Sonoma Raceway. The track, like the 10 other Speedway Motor Sports...
Battle in the Peach: Prolific Prep, Milton guards, Evan Sterck headline Friday
MARIETTA, Ga.—The annual Battle in the Peach has tipped off. One of the more star-studded events on the Georgia high school basketball calendar every year, Friday’s opening three games lived up to expectations. Coaches from Auburn, Baylor, Georgia, Georgia Tech and SMU were on hand throughout the evening.
Video: Mountain Bike Advocate Vernon Huffman in 'Soil Searching'
Show your support by donating to Access4bikes and get rewarded with brand-new trails in Marin, or possibly one of two one-of-a-kind, custom-built Specialized S-Works bikes. In Marin County, the birthplace of mountain biking, Vernon Huffman, the president of Access4bikes and co-founder of the California Mountain Bike Coalition, is not just a force to be reckoned with, but a force both for and of nature. He embodies the epitome of what it means to be a mountain bike advocate. Vernon’s passion for the sport of mountain biking is second to none, but wins for trails come few and far between on the slopes of Mt. Tamalpais.
Napa Valley 1839 FC Sets the Standard for Content with Food, Wine, and Football: A Napa Valley Story
Ted Lasso and Welcome to Wrexham were massive hits with American audiences. The content brought soccer to the forefront of pop culture and social media. Now the NPSL’s Napa Valley 1839 FC hopes to achieve some of the same objectives with their series Food, Wine, and Football: A Napa Valley Story.
Pruett stepping aside in 2024 to focus on starting a family; Stewart named as team’s replacement Top Fuel driver
After completing 27 consecutive years in NHRA competition, Leah Pruett is stepping aside from racing in 2024 to focus on starting a family with husband Tony Stewart. Stewart will move into the Top Fuel seat on behalf of Pruett at Tony Stewart Racing (TSR), following his first full NHRA season in a Top Alcohol Dragster for McPhillips Racing.
Seawolves’ Second-Half Run Doom ‘Cats
ROHNERT PARK – The Chico State women's basketball team's defense was solid, but Sonoma State's offense proved to be better, especially in the second half, as the Seawolves rallied to erase a 17-point deficit and beat the Wildcats 56-52 Thursday evening in The Wolves' Den. Despite both teams shooting...
CPP volleyball bests Seawolves, falls to Yotes in CCAA Tournament
After sweeping the Sonoma State Seawolves in the quarterfinals, Cal Poly Pomona’s volleyball team fell to tournament champions Cal State San Bernardino in the CCAA Tournament semifinals Nov. 17. After placing fourth in the conference with a record of 13-5 over the course of the regular season, CPP took...
Podcast Personalities: Run TMC reporters tackle youth basketball on a local level
From three-pointers to podcasts, the basketball community in Marin stretches much farther than on the court. For Dave Levine and Dustin (Duffy) Ballard, the two hosts of the Run TMC basketball podcast, basketball is bigger than a game. The pair are coaches, players and avid fans of the sport who sit down with coaches and insiders from around Marin County to talk through game, strategy, experience and more.
Prep cross country: Top Sonoma County girls run well at national invites
Montgomery’s three junior stars capped their 2023 cross country season with some solid performances at national invites Saturday. Hanne Thomsen, fresh off winning her third straight CIF state Division 3 individual title, ran to a 24th-place finish at the 18th annual Nike Cross National event in Portland, Oregon, which features the top runners from across the nation. Thomsen finished the 5K race in 18 minutes, 11.1 seconds in wet and muddy conditions at Glendoveer Golf Course.
SRJC men’s soccer comes up just short in state semi-finals matchup
The Santa Rosa Junior College men’s soccer team took a heartbreaking extra-time loss in the semi-finals of the CCCAA state championship at Mt. San Antonio College against the Cuyamaca College Coyotes Dec. 1. This matchup was quite an exciting one, with the scoreline locked at 2-2 when the full-time...
Hill has good run at state meet
Josie Hill got her first taste of big-time cross country competition last weekend when she took part in the California Interscholastic Federation State Meet in Fresno, and she proved the moment was not too big for her. The Technology High freshman finished 25th among 200 runners in the girls’ Div....
SRJC soccer: Bear Cubs men fall 3-2 in overtime in state semifinals
The magical season for the Santa Rosa Junior College men’s soccer team came to an end Friday night in the semifinals of the California Community College Athletic Association state playoffs as the Bear Cubs, the top seed from Northern California, fell to Cuyamaca 3-2 in overtime at Mt. San Antonio College in San Bernardino.
Classic Rewind: 2011 Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma
Heading out west for the 2011 Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma at Infineon Raceway. Relive the action-packed race in this classic rewind.
Join the Friday Shop Ride for an Adventurous Cycling Experience!
Get ready to gear up and pedal your way to an adventurous morning! The much-anticipated "Friday Shop Ride" is just around the corner. This exciting event, hosted by the NCBS Shop, is set to take place on Fri, Dec 01 from 9am to 12pm.