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Unlike Elk Grove, Franklin has a well balanced offense that generates averages of 132 yards passing and 229 on the ground. The rushing tandem of Jalen Lampley and Daniel Ross are a formidable combo, combining this season for 1391 yards and 14 touchdowns. Sophomore QB Brandon Rundgren is maturing rapidly. He’s completed 56% of his passes for more than 1000 yards and 10 TDs, finding his favorite target, Brady Johnson, 24 times for 456 yards and four TDs.
The Titans’ desperation drive to set up the winning points followed a crazy, slapstick-like sequence of confused Antelope players scrambling on and off the field trying to determine which play to run and which formation to assemble. This gridiron comedy took nearly a full minute for the Titans to finally line-up for Gomez’ deciding field goal.
Antelope Head Coach, Matt Ray, brings his Titans into Cougar Canyon Friday evening where Homecoming Night for the Cougars will add further spice to this heated rivalry set to unfold in Fair Oaks.
On the flip side, Del Campo Head Coach, Mike Dimino, boasts an offense averaging 43 ppg. Senior QB Tyler Dimino leads the attack, connecting on a 72% completion rate good for better than 1300 yards and 21 TD. The trio of WRs Trevor Brouhns, Marshaun Hunter, and David Joseph have collected 61 receptions for more than 1700 yards and 19 TD. Standout RBs Greg Cabral and Levi Markey have combined for better than 1500 yards and 15 TD.
by Will James
Access Sacramento‘s live television coverage of the Roseville Tigers vs. Cosumnes Oaks high school Wolfpack football game on the Hometown Sports Game-of-the-Week, presented a solid Capital Valley Conference match-up of some importance, and a wonderful reminder that some long-standing traditions have indeed, remained intact as the Pack triumphed 36-21.
Access Sacramento’s Will James and Jim Dimino call the highlights:
Long before the King and Queen were crowned in the midst of Cosumnes Oaks High School’s halftime Homecoming ceremonies Friday night in Elk Grove, the host Wolfpack had already dealt three crowning blows onto visiting Roseville, as the quick-striking Pack led 13-0 at the quarter break, and 22-6 at the half.
Roseville Head Coach, Larry Cunha, steadied his injury riddled Tigers, who fought back into contention at 29-14. But Wolfpack Head Coach, Derick Milgrim countered with a typical response from his explosive, big-play offense.
Wolfpack WR and Kick Return Specialist, Marque Collins took center stage, and despite several attempts to upstage him, Collins held onto his starring role with a firm, steady grip.
Collins hauled in a pair of 34-yard scoring passes, and returned a kickoff 70-yards for another touchdown to put the game beyond recall at 36-14 and ensure the Wolfpack of victory on Homecoming Night. A late window dressing touchdown on a 13-yard blast by Alex Evans, accounted for the final 36-21 measurement, and capped a distinguished performance by the senior fullback.
With the setback, Larry Cunha’s Tigers slip to 0-5 and face the daunting challenge of games remaining with Whitney and 3-time defending CVC champion, Antelope.
With the victory, Cosumnes Oaks improves to 2-3 overall, but elevates to 2-0 in CVC play and maintains a share of first place along with Del Campo, and 3-time defending conference champion, Antelope. Things are warming up fast in the CVC, while some fierce showdown games loom on the near horizon.
Next up, Access Sacramento’s Hometown Sports Game of the Week travels to Elk Grove again, this time for cross-town competition with Monterey Trail vs. Franklin Live Fri. Oct. 6 at 7pm on Comcast and Consolidated Communications cable channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from both AccessSacramento.org and the NFHS Network.
by Will James
With four teams contending for the top spot in the CIF-Sac Joaquin Section‘s Capital Valley Conference, the CVC is arguably the third toughest collection of teams, trailing only the elite squads stacked into the Sierra Foothill League and the Delta League.
From this rugged conference, Roseville and Cosumnes Oaks square off on Access Sacramento‘s Hometown Sports Game-of-the-Week to engage in a match Friday at 7:00 pm that will further establish the early formation of the top and bottom of the CVC standings.
This live telecast may be seen on Comcast channel 17, Consolidated Communications channel 17, and AT&T U-Verse channel 14. The game will also be streamed on AccessSacramento.org and the NFHS Network.
Despite being just the second conference game, visiting Roseville is thrust into a virtual must-win situation after being blasted 40-0 by Del Campo in its CVC opener at home last week. With CVC contenders — Antelope, Del Campo, Whitney, and Cosumnes Oaks — all in the hunt for the CVC title, the urgency of victory is of vital importance to prevent an 0-2 league start by the Tigers.
Needing a tough road win to get back into the win column, Roseville Head Coach, Larry Cunha, will rely on QB Kyle Alves and RB Alex Evans to help reinstate the Tigers’ offense after getting blanked 40-0 by Del Campo last week. Pass rusher Isaiah Jones and LBs CK Catilus and Richard Porter lead a defense that has allowed 29 ppg.
On the flip side, Cosumnes Oaks Head Coach, Derick Milgrim, will counter with a productive offense led by versatile QB Larry Frierson, RB Jacob Trach, and a deep corps of receivers sparked by Marque Collins, Kahlef Hailassie, and Nick Craig. The Wolfpack defense — anchored by LBs Dakota Van Dyke and Samuel Adame, and DB Pierre Scott — had surrendered an average of 35 ppg against three top non-league opponents before limiting Oakmont to 14 points in a decisive road win last week.
Both defenses are on the spot in this contest, but the primary challenge falls upon a sputtering Roseville offense that must produce a minimum of four touchdowns in order for the underdog Tigers to slug it out with the Wolfpack in this tough road game.
Coming off a victory with momentum and playing at home on Homecoming night, Cosumnes Oaks stands as the favorite in this one.
by Will James, Hometown Sports
Among a handful of highly intriguing Week-3 high school football games, one of them stands apart from the rest; the eagerly awaited rematch between the top-ranked Folsom Bulldogs and the #6 Sacramento Dragons.
Access Sacramento logged this high profile confrontation at Hughes Stadium as the Hometown Sports Game-of-the-Week, Fri. Sept. 15 at 7:00 p.m. This live telecast may be seen on Comcast channel 17, Consolidated Communications channel 17, and AT&T U-Verse channel 14. The game will also be streamed from AccessSacramento.org and on the NFHS Network. Play-by-play by Will James and commentary by Jim Dimino and Rick Stewart.
A year ago, the Dragons registered a stunning upset of the Bulldogs at Folsom’s Prairie City Stadium with a resounding 32-27 triumph. The victory snapped Folsom’s 48-game regular-season winning streak, and its 52-game streak against CIF Sac-Joaquin Section opponents dating back to the 2012 season.Kris Richardson, has guided the Bulldogs to 132 wins since 2005. Along the way the Bulldogs collected seven league titles, five SJS crowns, and two CIF State Championships.
The 2017 edition of the Bulldogs appears to be as dominant as ever; explosive on offense, stingy on defense, and showcases yet another terrific quarterback to further extend an amazing list of stellar QBs.
Taking center stage is Kaiden Bennett. The junior QB blasted out to a dazzling start, demonstrating the composure of a veteran while serving up a most impressive blend of precision passing and slick running.
Bennett’s stats are sensational. He’s accounted for 15 touchdowns in three games with 73% passing efficiency and leads the team in rushing. Complementing Bennett is another collection of outstanding play- makers and defensive stalwarts.
Under first-year head coach, Joe McCray, the Dragons continue to feature big-play offense and hard hitting defense. All-purpose threat, Anthony Bradley, sparks the offense . The defense is anchored by rampaging linebacker, E.J. Haag-Larry.
This game marks the fifth meeting of the teams since 2008. Folsom won the first three meetings by an average of 39 points before Sacramento’s upset last year. The previous four games were all played at Folsom High School.
Many factors add plenty of spice to this impending brawl in the Big House. Emotion will run extremely high at Hughes Stadium, generated by an extra large crowd expecting to be treated to a game packed with playoff intensity, electrifying plays, and heavy drama. Don’t miss this one.
The beginning to end broadcasts of high school boys and girls sports resume with play-by-play announcer and producer Will James still calling the action. CIF Hall of Famer and former El Camino High School football coach Jim Dimino joins James, also in his 20th year of providing football color commentary for Game of the Week.
The season opens live Tues. Aug. 29 at 6pm with high school girls volleyball with Cosumnes Oaks visiting El Camino.
A special high school football show, “Hometown Sports Retrospective: 20 Years of High School in Sacramento County,” airs Fri. Sept. 1 at 7pm featuring a retrospective of 20 years of high school football with four in-studio high school coaches and two game officials.
Nine weeks of live Friday night football follows with 16 different teams from across Sacramento County making an appearance in the television schedule starting Sept. 8.
“This coverage really is a gift to the community since the broadcasts are entirely commercial free,” said Gary Martin, Access Sacramento Executive Producer. “With a new high-definition remote broadcast truck and another year of funding from the Sacramento Metropolitan Cable Television Commission, we’re set for the best looking broadcasts ever.”
Games are seen live on Comcast or Consolidated Communications Cable channel 17 and AT&T U-Verse channel 14 and is streamed from both AccessSacramento.org and the NFHS Network. Friday night football replays are scheduled after each broadcast on Sat. at 11am and the following Tuesday at 7pm.
This year marks the 20th anniversary for the Game of the Week broadcasts that began in 1996. One year was cancelled midway by a reduction in funding.
Previews of the upcoming contests and video highlights after the games will be provided from Access Sacramento’s news blog website AccessLocal.TV.
Same day and in-broadcast instant updates are available from Game of the Week on Twitter @SacGOTW.
High School Girls Volleyball (6 p.m.)
Aug. 29 Pleasant Grove at El Camino
High School Football (7 p.m.)
Sept. 1 2017 Football Preview Show
Sept. 8 Grant at Capital Christian
Sept. 15 Folsom vs. Sacramento
Sept. 22 Foothill at Cordova
Sept. 29 Roseville at Cosumnes Oaks
Oct. 6 Monterey Trail vs. Franklin
Oct. 13 Jesuit at Sheldon
Oct. 20 Antelope at Del Campo
Oct. 27 Elk Grove vs. Franklin
Nov. 3 Whitney at Antelope
Three rounds of high school football playoffs are anticipated with coverage on Nov. 10, 17 and 24.
For more information:
Access Sacramento Executive Director
(916) 456-8600 Ext. 100
Welcome to another episode of the AccessLocal.Tv Podcast. On this show, the latest Neighborhood News Correspondents talk about youth programs. What makes a good youth program? What is an example of a bad youth program? Their comments and opinion may surprise you! Feel free to chime in with your opinion on the discussion in the comment section below!
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Nearly 250 volunteers turned out for the announcement of the winning projects with hopes of being selected as actors or technicians as the writers turned into producers. Each of the 10 scripts will become short films over the summer with a world premiere of the full set on Sat. Oct. 7 at Sacramento’s historic Crest Theatre.
The 10 writers come from across Sacramento County including Carmichael, Elk Grove, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento.
“A Place Called Sacramento” awards 10 family-friendly scripts each year with the opportunity to have the script turned into a movie with a guarantee big screen world premiere, cable distribution of the Access Sacramento public access cable channel and credit listings on the prestigious Internet Movie Database (IMDB.com).
Copy and paste the writer’s email address to contact the writer and to volunteer for their project. The winning writers with their project descriptions are:
“Amy’s Baby” by Scott Slotterbeck (Sacramento) – firstname.lastname@example.org – Struggling to have a baby, a couple turns to friend Peter for help, but this causes real problems in his own marriage.
“Ethel Takes a Stand” by Michelle LeMay & Kay Neuenhofen (Fair Oaks) – email@example.com – Ethel Stewart has her hands full. Her two grandkids drop by for the evening, and then things start going really wrong in the house next door. How will Ethel deal?
“From the (Mad) Genius Mind of Devin” by Dwight Taylor (Rancho Cordova)– firstname.lastname@example.org – Young love blossoms for Devin and Hailey at the annual school science fair, until one amazing experiment threatens their romance – and the rest of the world.
“The Middle” by Peter Bond (Carmichael) – email@example.com – In the Old West the line between good and evil can get a bit murky, where even the best of men usually find themselves somewhere in “The Middle.”
“Penchance” by Adam Weber (Folsom) – firstname.lastname@example.org – A chance meeting in a cemetery between an unlikely young black man with a stutter and an old Jewish cynic blossoms into a friendship where each discovers the meaning of hope, faith and love proving the pen is mightier than the sword.
“Postponed” by Adam Chollet (Sacramento) – email@example.com – An undelivered letter takes a man on an unexpected journey.
“Regrets of a Dying Man” by Gricelda Ocegueda (Sacramento) – firstname.lastname@example.org – A young man dealing with abandonment and depression finds that everyone and everything around him is trying to stop his slow suicide from addiction.
“The Script That Came in from the Cold” by T.I. Cisneros (Sacramento) – email@example.com – There’s no such thing as being “late” in Tom’s vocabulary, but with misfortune and a deadline running side by side, it looks like “Late” and “Loser” just may be synonymous.
“See You When” by Sally Start (Elk Grove) – firstname.lastname@example.org – Two people, one home, zero future?
“Sole” by Maritza Flores, Jeanette Lim and Sam Manaoat (Elk Grove) – email@example.com – Sudden danger during her evening jog demands surprising courage and pride in ways Sarima had never anticipated.
Access Sacramento is a local non-profit foundation operating two cable television channels and cablecast/internet radio station KUBU-LP 96.5 FM on Comcast and Consolidated Communications Cable Channel 17, and AT&T U-Verse channel 14.
For more information about Access Sacramento, visit our website AccessSacramento.org or contact Executive Director, Gary Martin at 916-456-8600.
Franklin High School senior Jacob Sullivan’s video earned top honors, a cash prize of $100 and a cable television premiere of his video and live interview during Access Sacramento‘s Live Wire program on Wed. May 3 at 5 p.m.
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Watch the first place award-winning video HERE. The video called “F.O.G. Tips” helps explain how making simple changes by keeping Fats,Oils and Grease out of sinks can help keep drains clear and the sewer system operating efficiently.
“We are thrilled to have so many high quality videos in the competition this year,” said Gary Martin, Access Sacramento Executive Director. “Combining high quality audio with original student-created video or animation requires professional level skills, and Jacob Sullivan’s project demonstrates just what’s possible with the right tools and time.”
The 2017 competition drew 105 entries from 10 high schools and annually features three non-profit or government organizations who provide content details and then select the finalists. This year the students could create videos for either the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), the Sacramento Area Sewer District, or the California Office of Traffic Safety.
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Another Frankilin High School Student won 2nd Place; Erika Rylander’s PSA “Trash ’em, Don’t Flush ’em” was also for the Sacramento Area Sewer District. Her runner-up finish includes a $50 cash award.
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Access Sacramento selected two videos for a tie in 3rd Place. Sacramento New Technology High School student Francisco Torres did a fast-motion video called “Drawing our Issues: Stop the Clog” for the Sacramento Area Sewer District.
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Franklin High School’s Mathew Jacinto did a PSA titled “In a Second” for the California Office of Traffic Safety. Each earns a 3rd Place Certificate and a $25 cash award.
The check presentation ceremony for the four top video will occur Wed. May 3 at 5 p.m. on Access Sacramento’s Live Wire show hosted by Ray Tatar. The program is Sacramento County’s longest running weekly interview show highlighting arts, culture and Sacramento County non-profits since 1992. The program may be seen on Comcast or Consolidated Communications Cable channel 17, A&T& U-Verse channel 14 or streaming live from AccessSacramento.org.
Competition Rules and Deadlines are available HERE.
The judges from the three non-profit clients also selected seven other finalists who will all receive Certificates of Merit. They are:
Franklin High School
“Power PSA (SMUD)”
Cosumnes Oaks High School
From the California Office of Traffic Safety:
“Steer Clear of Texting”
Sacramento New Technology High School
“A Tale of Interweaving Rides”
Cosumnes Oaks High School
Jerique Dayne Suba
Cosumnes Oaks High School
Cosumnes Oaks High School
“Your Luck Will Run Out”
Cosumnes Oaks High School
The 10 participating high schools for the 2016-17 were: Bella Vista, Burbank, Center, Cosumnes Oaks, Folsom, Franklin, Inderkum, Liberty Ranch, Pleasant Grove, Sacramento New Technology, and Sheldon.
These videos are available for use as links or online for news content or in social media. For Twitter or Facebook please tag @accesssac