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Football: Cardinals start ESL play 1-0 with shutout win over Sierra Pacific

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn LINDSAY – Over the last three weeks the Lindsay Cardinals have been on the losing side of the final result. Those results made starting off East Sequoia League play against the 2016 D-VI Valley Champion runner-up that much harder. Last Friday night the Cardinals left nothing to chance as they blanked the […]

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Football: Golden West bounces back from first loss of the season with big win over the Lemoore Tigers

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Golden West’s first loss of the season could have easily led to two for a weaker team. But the Golden West Trailblazers are no weak team. Instead they took their frustration out on their next West Yosemite League (WYL) opponent, the Lemoore Tigers. By the time it was all said […]

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Football: Spartans continue their league dominance with their 8th straight East Sequoia League win

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn WOODLAKE – There were concerns regarding how the Strathmore Spartans would fair when they began East Sequoia League competition. Chief among them being if their starters were in good enough game shape. Many only saw one half of play during non-league games as the Spartans outscored their opponents by a combined score […]

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Football: Turnovers, penalty yards and lack of production land the Monarchs on the losing side of CSL opener

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn STRATHMORE – With the opening of their home stadium being postponed the Exeter Monarchs once again were forced to play at a neutral site last Friday night. This time at Spartan Stadium in Strathmore as the Monarchs (4-2; 0-1) opened up Central Sequoia League play by getting shutout 42-0 to the Kingsburg […]

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Volleyball: Strathmore wins first four games of East Sequoia League

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn STRATHMORE – Since Strathmore began its East Sequoia League (ESL) title defense with a 3-2 win over the Woodlake Tigers on Sept. 25, they have only gotten better. In the Spartans three matches since their opener they have only dropped one set and got their second sweep in a row last Thursday, […]

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Girls Water Polo: Passing helps Exeter bounce back with a 17-3 over the Dinuba

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn EXETER– It seemed the Exeter Monarchs were going to have little trouble defending their Central Sequoia League (CSL) title after a dominating 14-3 win over the Selma Bears. Exeter had the clear advantage in the early going, as both teams combined for the last three titles. However, a new contender has arisen […]

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Woodlake and F’ville runners among the 51 runners at the 21st annual Lake Kaweah Invitational

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn LAKE KAWEAH – Runners from around the valley took part in the 21st annual Lake Kaweah Invitational last Saturday, Oct. 7. Among them were runners taking on the three mile course were some from Woodlake High School, the host of the event, and Farmersville High School. Of the two schools the best […]

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Ivanhoe Library sweetens deal for young readers

@TheSunGazette IVANHOE – With Halloween right around the corner, the Ivanhoe Branch Library wants to sweeten the deal to get kids to read. During October, the Friends of the Tulare County Library is playing host to a children’s book drawing at the Ivanhoe Branch, as well as the London and Orosi Library branches. The idea […]

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Fall Festival week kicks off as senior Ashley Howell is crowned 2017’s Miss Exeter

By Kassandra Gutierrez @TheSunGazette EXETER – On Monday night, the Exeter Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual dinner event for the crowning the 2017 Miss Exeter at the Faith Tabernacle Family Center. The venue was full, as nearly 300 guests showed up, to watch the candidates compete one last time before the final judging and […]

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COS presents a screening of documentary and filmmaker conversation on civil rights essayist James Baldwin

@TheSunGazette VISALIA — College of the Sequoias’ Cultural Historical Awareness Program (CHAP) presents a screening of the digitally remastered documentary film, “James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket,” at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12 in the Visalia campus Ponderosa Lecture Hall. The event is free and open to the public, parking will be free during the […]

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