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Sports Night: Sac High boys take crown

High school basketball: Sacramento boys hold off Antelope for D-II title

Sacramento High School wins its sixth section championship since 2007 as Solomon Young scores 25 points in a 72-68 win over Antelope in the Division II final.

West Campus teams fall, so do Antelope girls in section finals

The West Campus boys lost to Central Catholic of Modesto when the Warriors’ last-gasp shot falls short. The West Campus girls fall 69-60 to Brookside Christian of Stockton and the Antelope girls lose 74-54 to Vanden in the Division IV championship.

Gallery: Boys’ Sac-Joaquin Section basketball finals

Gallery: Girls’ Sac-Joaquin Section basketball finals

Today’s video: A’s manager Bob Melvin talks about his team’s exhibition game tie

Kings: Spurs continue dominance at home

The Spurs improve to 30-0 at home this season when they take advantage of a five-minute scoreless drought by the Kings and take control of the game.

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Ailene Voisin: Tawain’s Jeff Wu gives Sac State basketball global flair

Freshman Jeff Wu, a key reserve for the Sacramento State men’s basketball team, is the only Tawainese native with a Division I basketball scholarship. Sac State coach Brian Katz sees Wu as as starter next season.

A’s: Pitcher Hill sees room for improvement following rocky spring debut

Rich Hill likely isn’t competing for a job in spring training. The left-hander is the closest thing the A’s have to a rotation lock outside ace Sonny Gray, but that doesn’t mean he took Saturday’s shaky outing lightly.

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