By Rylie Friesen–
The Citrus Heights Little League is moving forward with plans to participate in the upcoming baseball season, unlike last year when the season was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
By Rylie Friesen–
More than 100 people gathered at Sunrise Mall on Friday in support of the “Let Them Play” movement, a grassroots effort to reopen California youth sports.
Over the weekend, the California Interscholastic Federation held a scheduled teleconference meeting discussing the future of spring athletics, which has been in limbo amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Sentinel is making its coronavirus coverage available to all readers, with no subscription required. Please consider a digital subscription for just $3.99/mo. to support local news in Citrus Heights. By Marcus D. Smith–The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) held a meeting over the weekend discussing the future of the spring season for[Read More…]
Greg Roeszler, known as “Coach Roz,” is the executive director of Playmakers, a nonprofit organization that helps at-risk kids and children with special needs through youth football and the foundation of sports.
By Marcus D. Smith–After a long season that was filled with ups and downs, it finally all comes to a close for Mesa Verde girls varsity basketball, and Head Coach Mark Toscano. This was a season to remember for Toscano who coached the Mavericks girls varsity program to their best[Read More…]
The 2019-20 season for the Mesa Verde varsity girls basketball team was astonishing, for many reasons.
After a one-and-done 2019 year for the Mavericks former varsity football coach Bryan Golder, Mesa Verde High School looks to bring in a fresh face for 2020 — one that is familiar with MVHS, as he is an alumni of the school.