Catch up on the Napa Valley sports news you may have missed this week.
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The Calistoga High football team absorbed its first loss of the season Friday night at home, 29-12 to nonleague rival South Fork from from Miranda in Humboldt County.
The visiting St. Helena High football team didn't score until the fourth quarter as Willits defeated the Saints for the second time in three seasons, 26-12, on Friday night in Mendocino County.
Dallas Logwood scored his first varsity touchdown on an interception return to get the Justin-Siena football team back in the game in their Vine Valley Athletic League opener Friday night, before Petaluma pulled away for a 21-6 homecoming win at Ellison Field.
The American Canyon High football team, a week after giving up twice as many points as usual, nearly pitched a shutout in a 57-7 homecoming rout of Sonoma Valley in each team's Vine Valley Athletic League opener Friday night.
The Vintage High football team avenged its only Vine Valley Athletic League loss of 2021, one that cost the Crushers a playoff berth, with a 41-19 rout of visiting Casa Grande on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
The Justin-Siena volleyball team looked dead in the water after falling behind visiting Vintage two games to one with a decisive 25-13 loss in Game 3 on Thursday night.
Organizers announced they are taking donations through GoFundMe to support Presley Anderson, a 2006 Napa High School graduate and a 14-time NCAA All-American in college as a star swimmer, who this month was diagnosed with Stage IV (4) lung cancer.
The Napa High girls tennis team picked up its first win in Marie Dolcini’s two years as head coach with a 4-3 Vine Valley Athletic League vict…
A year after losing or forfeiting all of its games and using the season to learn following a canceled 2020 season, the Calistoga High girls soccer program won its first two games and got a tie in the third before falling to 2-1-1.
When the dust settled on the first-ever win by little sister over big sister, the American Canyon High volleyball players didn’t scream or eve…
The two phone calls to Aaron Shortridge on that day in early January of 2021 came within five minutes of each other.