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Strong defense pushes Grizzlies to fifth straight win

Strong defense pushes Grizzlies to fifth straight win

Will Anderson and Spencer Cova

September 23, 2017

  Crisp air covered the Loomis backcountry on the first evening of fall, but a bitter rivalry between two football powerhouses was only heating up.   With a packed stadium, a boisterous crowd and bragging rights on the line, there was no better place to be Friday night than Del Oro High School....

GBHS football gets hit with concussions

GBHS football gets hit with concussions

Spencer Cova, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

  From August to mid November, Granite Bay High School life revolves around the football team.   Over the summer, the Journal of the American Medical Association examined 111 brains of players who have played in the NFL–110 of them were found to have CTE.    Chronic traumatic e...

Granite Bay Cross Country thrives against large playing field

Granite Bay Cross Country thrives against large playing field

Jake Criscione

September 10, 2017

This past Saturday, the Granite Bay cross country team competed in their second meet of the year: The Lowell Invitational, which took place in Golden Gate Park San Francisco. The Grizzly runners have had success at this meet in the past, and were looking to continue that against the 84 other high ...

Another second half push leads Grizzlies to second win of the season

Another second half push leads Grizzlies to second win of the season

Will Anderson and Spencer Cova

September 2, 2017

After a delayed start time due to the extreme heat in the greater Sacramento area, Friday night’s contest between the Granite Bay Grizzlies and Whitney Wildcats was ready to begin as the sun set. Coming off a strong home win against Jesuit last week, the Grizzlies played at Whitney for their first road game of the year. Whitney moved the ball well in the air all night and had some promising drives early in...

Grizzlies come back with two late TDs to beat Jesuit in season opener

Grizzlies come back with two late TDs to beat Jesuit in season opener

Jake Criscione, Jack McGrail and Max Schwartz, Staff writers

August 27, 2017

The Granite Bay Grizzlies faced the Jesuit Marauders on Friday night in the season opener for both teams. The Grizzlies came out of the gates firing with an early interception and a long gain a play later to put them in scoring position. A short run put GB ahead 7-0 with only a few minutes run o...

Standout junior racks up Division 1 offers

May 25, 2017

The Granite Bay High School football program has a long history of raising collegiate and pro level athletes and junior William Craig is continuing this tradition. Over recent months, Craig has received over 10 division one offers – a reflection of both his talent and dedication. “I started pl...

Swimmer’s time makes Olympic cut

Swimmer’s time makes Olympic cut

Sidney Zabell, Staff writer

May 15, 2017

Granite Bay High School’s swim program has a strong record of having some of the fastest swimmers in the area – the girls team has been undefeated in the Sierra Foothill League Championships for 20 years. Standout sophomore Chloe Clark has only aided in the program’s success during her time ...

GBHS parts ways with swim coach

April 6, 2017

The GBHS water polo team played hard their last few games, just before the swim season began soon after. This year without a coach that’s usually beside the pool deck. “This year’s swim team is composed of a majority of polo players that are a lot more focused on polo than swim, as is (Coach An...

Will Craig shows next level potential

March 27, 2017

The Granite Bay High School football program has a long history of raising collegiate and pro level athletes and junior William Craig is continuing this tradition. Over recent months, Craig has received over 10 division one offers – a reflection of both his talent and dedication. “I started pl...

Recent GBHS graduates find success in college

Recent GBHS graduates find success in college

February 22, 2017

Many Granite Bay High School graduates  are continuing their education and athletic career in top-tier colleges around the country. Becoming a college athlete  is becoming a  more popular goal for high school athletes and more are striving to get recruited and test themselves in the world of coll...

Behavior in bleachers

February 6, 2017

 January 6, 2017, when a shiny piece of copper landed on the court potentially causing a defeat by the Trojans, an uproar was caused in the Granite Bay community.  Who threw the penny? Will revenge be sought? We may never know. “Pennygate”, as some refer to it, occurred during a Granite Bay Boy’s away basket...

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