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McKaylie Caesar readies for 3200-meter competition this Friday and Saturday at the State Championships

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The most decorated runner in the history of Lindsay High School will appear once more on a high school track. McKaylie Caesar will have her curtain call during the State Championships at Buchanan’s Veterans Memorial Stadium on Saturday, May 25. “I’m really looking forward to running in the state meet […]

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Spartans’ comeback attempt on Trojans falls short, falls out of playoff race

Strathmore’s longest run into the postseason during the modern playoff era ends in the Division VI semifinals By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – Spartans’ head coach Thad Reece commented after his third-seeded team’s 4-3 loss to the seventh-seeded Foothill Trojans in the Division VI semifinals on Wednesday, May 15, that “baseball is a game of inches.” […]

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Lindsay is eliminated by top-seeded Bishop Union in semifinals of Division VI playoffs

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN BISHOP – It was unlikely the Lindsay Cardinals, after receiving the No. 12 seed in the Division VI playoffs, were going to make a run at defending their Valley Championship. However, that is precisely what they did making it one game away from the title game. The run ended in a 13-3 […]

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Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar achieves two wins at East Area Qualifier

By Patrick Dillon @Pdillon_SGN TULARE – The new era of qualifying for the valley track meet began last Wednesday with the first ever East Area Qualifier Tournament taking place at Tulare Union High School last Wednesday. The new model of qualifying replaced the Division II Championships, and split the Central Area into the East and West […]

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Exeter’s D-IV title defense is laid to ruin by 1-0 quarterfinals loss to Washington Union

By Patrick Dillon @Pdillon_SGN EXETER – The Exeter Monarch’s softball diamond served as ground zero for the first upset in the Division IV playoff bracket. In surprising fashion the No. 2 seeded Monarch’s season was upended by the No.7 Washington Union Panthers, 1-0. “I wish we were still playing,” Exeter’s head coach Karin Zeibak said. It […]

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Exeter wrestler Eric Mittlestead follows in father’s footsteps

By Patrick Dillon @Pdillon_SGN EXETER – Eric Mittlestead became the first Monarch to sign a Division I National Letter of Intent in two years last Wednesday. He will be following in his fathers’ footsteps, Eric Mittlestead Sr, in becoming a wrestler for the CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners. “The hard part is over,” Eric said. “I’ve worked the […]

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Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar sweeps individual events at ESL final

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN CORCORAN – It was a different journey, but the results were still the same for Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar as she swept her individual events for the second straight year at the East Sequoia League Championship on Thursday, May 2. “It was really good to run strong during my last league event,” Caesar […]

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Chad Hilvers breaks own record at CSL Championship

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN REEDLEY – Exeter’s Chad Hilvers continued to raise the bar in the high jump competition during the Central Sequoia League Championship at Immanuel’s Sporting Complex on Wednesday. He broke his own record in the event by topping 6 feet, 7 inches. “I already knew this was coming,” Hilvers said. “I’ve continued to […]

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Lindsay’s Alberto Gutierrez, Ivan Ceballos will continue soccer careers at UC Merced

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – There is a new pipeline of boys soccer players from Lindsay going to play soccer at UC Merced. Alberto Gutierrez became the third Cardinal player to sign with the Bobcats right out of high school in the last two years. “It’s my dream come true,” Gutierrez said. “I had a […]

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