“Tom Terrific” wore the number 41 on his jersey during his Hall of Fame career. Now he’ll be immortalized on Freeway 41.
He got six games under his belt in pandemic-shortened 2020. Will 2021 be the season Jake Haener joins the ranks of Fresno State’s great QBs?
The days of heading to Bulldog Stadium may be coming to a close in 2022 thanks to a newly-inked naming …
Rivers, a legacy player and the closest thing the Bulldogs have to a ‘sure thing,’ tore up the Mountain West in 2020. He’s eyeing a bigger prize in 2021.
The Sanger native and Raiders dubbed the “Iceman,” gave plenty of love to the San Joaquin Valley and his hometown as he was enshrined in the Canton, Ohio-based Hall of Fame.
The Tularean was the first American to vie for a gold medal as a super heavyweight fighter since 1988 Seoul Games.
“If you talk to him, he’ll say, ‘I came here for a gold, not any medal, just gold.’ So it’s amazing,” Richard Torrez Sr. said ahead of his son’s gold medal fight.
Clovis sprinter Jenna Prandini nabbed her first piece of Olympic hardware early Friday morning.
Tulare’s own Richard Torrez, Jr. is on the precipice of delivering on 70-plus year, three-generation dream.
The Clovis native, running in a stacked 200 meter semifinal, failed to advance into the finals of her marquee event on Monday.