Mesa Verde boys varsity basketball players have been improving their game as of late and were heading into conference play with tons of confidence.
San Juan Spartan wrestling is officially back competing around the Northern California region consistently for the first time in over a decade. And for the first time since 2001, they have an opportunity to have a wrestler compete in state.
For San Juan High School, the last game of 2019 against Foothill High School was one they’d like to put behind them as the varsity boys team gears up for league play in 2020, beginning Jan. 10…
*Note: Sports stories are now a premium article accessible only by The Sentinel’s paid subscribers. To subscribe today for just $4/mo., click here. By Marcus D. Smith–The girls varsity program at Mesa Verde High School has not seen a start to the season as strong as this one in the past[Read More…]
Mesa Verde Varsity boys basketball team were in action against Leroy Greene Academy on Tuesday, searching for their first win.
Mesa Verde Girls Varsity Basketball elevated their game another level on Tuesday.
The San Juan Unified School District board on Tuesday voted unanimously to deny a request for a new charter school to open in Citrus Heights, but the group proposing the school is vowing to fight the decision.
Brent Boultinghouse serves as an instructor in San Juan High School’s Culinary Arts career pathway program, where dozens of students each year gain hands-on experience and training in the food service and hospitality industry.