Two years ago Karina Archibald’s hopes of playing college basketball were in jeopardy when she dislocated her knee cap and tore the ligament that held it in place.Read More
Enterprise might be the most polished team in the Northern Section and definitely north of the Bay Area in Division II.Read More
Karina Archibald provided a calming influence early, Jadyn Matthews stepped up with a monster second half and freshman Abby Shoff came up with several huge moments down the stretch as No. 3 seed Enterprise bounced seventh-seed Cosumnes Oaks (Elk Grove) 56-49 to advance to the Northern California Division II finals on Tuesday.Read More
Anthony Williams wasn’t happy when he found out his Enterprise girls basketball team was moved up to Division II for the state playoffs.Read More
Defense might win championship, but making free throws doesn’t hurt.Enterprise senior Jadyn Matthews made 8-of-12 free throws in the second half – and 12-of-16 overall – in the Hornets’ 51-42 NorCal Division II first-round win over Whitney (Rocklin) at Manatowa Gymnasium.Read More
Abby Shoff almost wasn’t a varsity player three months ago.
Fast forward to Saturday and the Enterprise freshman post was a catalyst for delivering the Hornets a 10th Northern Section banner.Read More
Make no mistake – the Enterprise girls basketball team is no one-trick pony. Yes, Jadyn Matthews is the senior leader of the 24-5 Hornets, but the cast that surrounds her can ball.
And the top-seeded Hornets did just that Tuesday in a 77-36 Northern Section Division III semifinal win over Red Bluff at Manatowa Gym that saw 11 of the 14 rostered players score. All playoff coverage is presented by Redding Rancheria.Read More
If one thing is confirmed after Thursday night, it’s that the Hornets are on a different planet compared to the rest of the Northern Section.Read More
Enterprise senior Jadyn Matthews was honored last week with the Region 8 Player of the Week award by MaxPreps and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.Read More
Enterprise girls basketball coach Anthony Williams wasn’t worried when his Hornets were down 9-3 after the first eight minutes of play Saturday against Foothill at the Rally in the Valley at Central Valley High School.
Williams’ Hornets continued to shoot and found their shot in the third period, racing to a 63-48 win.Read More