Football stars Isaah Crocker of Inderkum High School and Isaiah Rutherford of Jesuit were stunned to receive scholarship offers from Alabama this summer.
Here are five high school football storylines that will shape the 2017 season for the Sacramento region.
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High school basketball: Jordan Brown, Bee Player of the Year, leaves Woodcreek for high-profile prep team
National recruit Jordan Brown leaves Woodcreek High School, where he led the Timberwolves to the CIF State Open Division finals, for Prolific Prep in Napa.
Jarrett Parker hits a go-ahead two-run double in the seventh, Buster Posey hits a sacrifice fly, and the host Giants beat the contending Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 on Wednesday.
Zach Britton’s American League-record run of converting 60 consecutive save attempts ends, but the Baltimore Orioles beat the A’s 8-7 with a walk-off, 12th-inning home run by Manny Machado.
After the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Rich Hill’s bid for a perfect game was spoiled by a leadoff error in the ninth inning, Josh Harrison started the 10th by hitting a walk-off home run in a 1-0 victory for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
No one at St. Francis University is surprised by the splash Lorenzo Jerome has made with the 49ers. He did the same thing four years ago with the Red Flash.
Hundreds of supporters of ex-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick rally outside the NFL’s New York headquarters to support him and demand he be signed by the start of the regular season next month.
Kyrie Irving is the cover star for the “NBA 2K18” video game, but he’ll be wearing Cleveland Cavaliers gear on early copies. He was traded Tuesday.
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