Sports Night: Antelope edges Cosumnes Oaks

Prep football: Antelope edges Cosumnes Oaks

Elijah Dotson sprints in for a 10-yard touchdown and Davaughn Silver won it with a run for a two-point conversion, bouncing off two would-be tacklers, and No. 6 Titans escape Elk Grove with a 42-41 victory over No. 14 Cosumnes Oaks in overtime on Friday night in a battle of newer programs still soaring.

▪ No. 20 Capital Christian routs Dixon

▪ Prep football roundup: Inderkum continues dominance

▪ Friday’s live blog replay

▪ How the Top 20 fared, plus other area scores

▪ High school sports at

49ers: Tomsula says Hyde will play against Ravens

Coach Jim Tomsula says running back Carlos Hyde took part in the team portion of Thursday’s practice and that he “fully expects” him to play Sunday against the Ravens.

▪ Carlos Hyde, not lineman Alex Boone, is fined for the play that left Giants linebacker Jon Beason with a concussion.

NFL: Older stars show that age is nothing but a number

Raiders defensive back Charles Woodson ran nearly halfway across the field, leaped high and came down with his fourth interception of the season to tie for the league lead. Woodson, 39, is far from the only aging player who has turned back the clock this season.


▪ Scoreboard/schedule

▪ Standings

▪ Stat leaders

ALCS: Royals shut out Blue Jays

Starter Edinson Volquez combines with three Kansas City relievers on a three-hitter and Salvador Perez hits a towering homer as the Royals take a 1-0 lead over Toronto with their 5-0 victory Friday.

Andy Furillo: It’s New York and Chicago ...

Andy Furillo explores the spirited history between the Big Apple and the City of the Big Shoulders (that’s Chicago) ahead of the Cubs-Mets National League Championship Series.


▪ Scoreboard

▪ Postseason at a glance

▪ How to find baseball box scores at

Kings: For three, preseason finale is a Kentucky homecoming

DeMarcus Cousins, Rajon Rondo and Willie Cauley-Stein return to Lexington for the Kings’ final preseason game.

▪ Side by Side takes a look at point guards Darren Collison and Rajon Rondo.


▪ Scoreboard/schedule

▪ Kings results and upcoming games

Hometown Report: Little Linfield big on winning

Division III Linfield College in Oregon will try to clinch its 60th consecutive winning season on Saturday, and a couple of Sacramento-area running backs will play a role in the program’s attempt to extend its all-levels college record.

UC Davis: Soccer teammates (and roommates) return from knee injuries

Roommates Kris Schultz and Matt Wiesenfarth shared more than a room last season. The soccer players suffered ACL injuries within weeks of each other. They’re healthy now, and making the most of their second chances this season.

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