Neil Stinson and a crew of his Wheatland High football coaches went up to Reno, Nev., on Saturday to check in on their prized pupil.
Decked out in the silver and navy blue of the University of Nevada with a No. 87 across his chest was Garrett White, the hometown kid was making a nice catch up the sideline during an open practice.
The game of football has proven to be a ticket out of town for Lurell Johnson.
A standout running back at Lindhurst High who spent his last two seasons at Yuba College, Johnson will continue his football career by signing on to play at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, Okla., this fall.
Johnson received a full-rid
Wheatland High graduate Josh Crawley will continue his athletic career after recently signing a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at the AIB College of Business in Des Moines, Iowa, next season.
Crawley, the son of William and Christina Crawley, is a 2013 graduate of Wheatland and was a three-sport athlete for the Pirates, excel
Taylor Elkins just wanted a chance to be able to throw a football again.
It didn't matter where, Elkins just craved that opportunity to continue his career as a quarterback.
Though he's never stepped foot in the rural town of Hillsboro, Kan., Elkins is ready to make the 1,650-mile trek to America's heartland — that's how mu
Max Flores has never seen snow in his life — that will likely change next season.
Yuba College's All-State linebacker is set to sign his National Letter of Intent to play Division-I college football this week with the University of Northern Colorado.
Located in Greeley, Colo., Northern Colorado is a Division I-Football Cham
Two Lindhurst High products continue to make waves in the collegiate wrestling ranks.
Brothers Anthony and Angel Vega, both 2010 Lindhurst graduates and standouts during their time with the Blazers, are wrapping up successful junior campaigns and are moving on to national tournaments.
Anthony Vega, competing for Simpson Universit
When A.J. Paul first arrived at Yuba College three years ago, earning a Division-I scholarship to play football was something of a dream.
As a student at Marysville High, academics weren't necessarily at the top of his priority list. However, that all changed once he stepped foot on the Linda campus.
"I had a 2.0 and barely gradu
It may be 1,253 miles away for Ryan Staas, but Chadron, Neb., is closer to home than he thinks.
Sutter High's standout linebacker hopes the city of just under 6,000 citizens located in the northwest corner of the Cornhusker State has the "small-town" he knows so well.
Surrounded by prairie grassland, bluffs, canyons, rivers and f
Former Wheatland High standout Derick Seward signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play Division II football at the University of West Georgia.
The Wolves are based out of Carrollton, Ga., and compete in the Gulf South Conference, Before 2006, the school's athletic teams were known as the Braves.
Seward, a 5-foot-10,
Wednesday was National Signing Day across America, and it was also a big day for the Sutter High girls soccer program.
In a ceremony in front of family, friends and teammates at the Elite Fitness Sports Complex in Yuba City, current Huskies Erika Linch, Jayden Garcia and Madison Levine, along with former Sutter and Yuba College standout
They say things are bigger in Texas, and the résumé of Wheatland High senior Randi May certainly fits that description.
She was named Butte View League MVP for the second straight season in 2012 after leading the Pirates to their second consecutive undefeated BVL campaign and earned herself first-team All-Northern Section a