Sports Night: Family ties strengthen Davis High football

Prep football: Familiar names star for Blue Devils

The sons of tailback Marty Morse and defensive lineman Jason Fisk, Blue Devils stars in the 1980s, have this season’s Davis team 2-0 and giving reason for optimism.

▪ Prep football roundup

▪ Prep Football Player of the Week poll is open, but you’ve only got until Thursday at noon.

▪ High school sports at

Republic FC: Shot at title lives on with draw

Though Republic FC outshoots Arizona United SC 23-6 and has 10 corner kicks, the result is a scoreless draw. While frustrating for the Republic players, coaches and fans among the announced sellout of 11,424, the result doesn’t kill Republic FC’s bid to win the USL Western Conference championship.

Sac State football: Hornets fall 32-14 to Weber State

Sacramento State sees its scoreless streak reach seven quarters and loses 32-14 to Weber State in Ogden, Utah. Quarterback Daniel Kniffin and completes 14 of 32 passes for 137 yards – with three interceptions, all by Jawian Harrison. Two interceptions came on consecutive possessions in the first quarter.

49ers: Tomsula familiar with Pittsburgh

Coach Jim Tomsula attended many Steelers games as a youngster. He will be back in the Steel City on Sunday and can count on familial support at Heinz Field.

Giants: They’re shut out by the Diamondbacks again

Manager Bruce Bochy has no explanation for his team’s power outage on Saturday against visiting Arizona. The Giants lose 6-0 before their 400th consecutive sellout crowd, making two errors as prospects of wedging themselves into the playoffs are appearing more remote with each loss.

A’s: Bullpen fails in loss to Astros

The A’s bullpen squanders a three-run lead in a 10-6 loss to the Houston Astros. Fernando Rodriguez fails to avoid the plague of the seventh inning that has haunted the A’s, who were officially eliminated from the playoff race.


▪ Scoreboard

▪ Standings

▪ Updated: How to find baseball box scores at

Stats: Guide to’s numbers makeover

Stats, scores and schedules are now easier to find and richer than before at While browsing stories about your favorite teams and sports, you’ll have access to the latest results and can dive deeper into the numbers, a couple clicks away.

Sports Extra

View the day’s box scores, latest standings and more coverage in The Sacramento Bee e-Edition.

On the air

Plan your daily sports viewing with the latest TV listings.