Folsom quarterback Jake Jeffrey throws four of his five touchdown passes in the first half as the No. 1 Bulldogs defeat the No. 18 Titans 56-20 in a nonleague game in South Sacramento. Folsom outscored Burbank 42-6 after the score was tied 14-14 in the first quarter.
Highlands quarterback Isaiah Tenette amassed 839 rushing yards in the first three games of the season. Then, the Natomas Nighthawks hold him to minus-five yards into the fourth quarter of Friday night’s nonleague matchup, but an 80-yard touchdown run erases that red number in a hurry, and Tenette will take these numbers – a 37-25 final score – any day over the individual stats.
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A training session at Urijah Faber’s midtown Sacramento gym helps members of the Kings bond. Watch a video of DeMarcus Cousins and other Kings working out and check out a photo gallery.
Offers are still coming in for the the midfielder to play elsewhere, but Rodrigo Lopez wants to stay, and playing for a Major League Soccer team in Sacramento would be even better.
▪ A postponement of its match in Southern California costs Republic FC a home title celebration.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy sums up his team’s 2-0 loss to the Diamondbacks on Friday night, in which they managed just one hit against starter Rubby De La Rosa and two overall, in succinct fashion: “He pitched well,” Bochy says. “Our guy pitched well, too.” Unfortunately for the Giants, their guy was Madison Bumgarner, who hadn’t lost at home in seven consecutive starts.
Danny Valencia hits two home runs as the visiting A’s win 4-3 Friday night and hand the struggling Astros their fifth loss in a row.
Tim Hudson and Barry Zito began their career with the A’s, and as their careers wind down, the possibility exists they could face each other Sept. 26.
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