Sports Night: Cast your vote for Prep Football Player of the Week

Poll: Vote for The Bee’s Prep Football Player of the Week

This week’s candidates are Montel Aaron, Antelope; Jake Jeffrey, Folsom; Alyas Kirkland, McClatchy; Jacob Lopez, Franklin; and Clarence Pierson, River Valley. Voting ends Thursday at noon.

High school football notes: McClatchy snaps eight-year skid

Victory is always sweet, particularly when it is earned the hard way, rooted in effort and defense. And it’s doubly nice when a dreary streak crashes to a halt to punctuate the moment. McClatchy High School converted a late fourth-and-1 play in order to take a knee and run out the clock – and run off the sting of misery – to beat Cordova 26-24 at venerable Hughes Stadium Friday night.

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Giants: Bumgarner perfect into the eighth against Padres

Madison Bumgarner loses his bid for a perfect game on a base hit with two outs in the eighth inning, the only blemish for the Giants’ ace Saturday night in an 8-0 victory over the San Diego Padres. He retires his first 23 batters before pinch-hitter Melvin Upton Jr. sends a clean single up the middle. The big left-hander receives a warm ovation from the disappointed crowd of 41,564 and then goes right back to work.


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College football: Browning leads rout of Sac State

Former Folsom High School quarterback Jake Browning took a break from throwing touchdown passes and winning. It lasted one game. Browning throws for 326 yards and two touchdowns as Washington defeats Sacramento State 49-0 Saturday in the Huskies’ home opener.

College football: UC Davis drops home opener to South Dakota

South Dakota’s Trevor Bouma rushes for a career-high 186 yards and two touchdowns, and UC Davis can’t overcome four turnovers in falling 27-17 in its home opener Saturday night at Aggie Stadium. Aggies quarterback Ben Scott has a rough night, despite completing 21 of 39 passes for 240 yards and a touchdown, with three interceptions a fumble and getting sacked four times.

Voisin: Raiders making right moves

The Raiders are more compelling than the 49ers. More interesting, more intriguing, and on the surface, more daring. Why? The Bee’s Ailene Voisin explains.

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