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Soccer: West squad continues its dominance with 3-1 win keeps cup for second straight year

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – Exeter had to do without their last line of defense, goal keeper Taylor Hornburg, for the majority of the 2018 season after she suffered a torn Achilles. When she returned shortly after Central Sequoia League play began she made an immediate impact between the pipes. The Monarchs won back-to-back games […]

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Woodlake Graduation: Gabriela Aguilar and Jacob Canizalez receive the first Youth Service Learning award

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – Since 1992 Woodlake High School has provided their students with a different style of learning known as Youth Service Learning (YSL). The program was the creation of Woodlake High School’s counselors Sally Pace, and Dennis Conner, and provides students with the chance to connect with the community, develop civic pride, […]

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Former Monarch Andrea Anez leads her team, MoreSolar, to first place at the New Venture Competition

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN SANTA BARBARA – Former Monarch long distance runner Andrea Anez has had a freshman year to remember at University of California Santa Barbara. In the fall she helped the Gauchos win the Big West Conference in cross country. Late last month, she along with her three teammates won the New Venture Competition, […]

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East and West Yosemite league all-stars accumulate runs for a Red squad win

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN REEDLEY – On Wednesday, June 13, the Red squad emerged victorious over the Blue squad 5-2 at Reedley College’s softball diamond where the 2nd Annual Rural County All-Star Game took place. While the Red team took the lead for good in the third inning, one inning earlier told a different story. In […]

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Golden West HC Paul Preheim to coach East team at Tulare-Kings All-Star Game

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – Four years ago, Golden West’s Paul Preheim thought the possibility of being selected as head coach of the Tulare-Kings Counties All-Star Game was a long shot. After all, the Golden West Trailblazers had only won three games in his first three seasons combined. But those memories have been replaced by […]

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Vets with Wings is only one of the attractions at this Saturday’s Airport Appreciation Day

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA– Every year around this time the Visalia Municipal Airport partners with Vets with Wings for a fundraiser event. In honor of the airport’s 90th anniversary, the event will feature an old tradition. On Saturday, June 23, the Visalia Municipal Airport will host the first Airport Appreciation Day since the early 1990s. […]

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Farmersville graduates put in 5,760 hours in their four years of high school

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Last Thursday’s Farmersville High School graduation offered a trip down memory lane for class speaker Ruth Lopez. She thought back to the 2,340 days in her schooling career. The 50 some odd teachers and six different schools she and her classmates had to attend just to enter high school. Then they […]

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Strathmore High School: Retiring teacher Debra Clevenger walks with the class of 2018 as they receive their diplomas

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – There are moments in life which seem to last forever and then there are those that fly by. The latter was true for the Strathmore Class of 2018. The 63 students felt as if they had just begun their journey when it was time to receive their diplomas in front […]

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Lindsay High School Graduation: Largest Cardinal flock leaves Lindsay High nest

231 learners receive their diplomas making the class of 2018 one of the largest in the school’s history By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – One of the largest classes to graduate from Lindsay High School donned their red and white gowns last Friday night. In all 231 learners received their diplomas. Among them were the last […]

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Marlena Gutierrez gets offer from UC Davis Aggies to cap off dream season

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY– Marlena Gutierrez’s journey as a thrower in track and field began three months ago. Her strong legs and jumping ability led Cardinals’ throwing coach John Caesar to believe she could be an instante success. There were a couple obstacles however. She was more use to throwing a softball and was remaining […]

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