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Exeter Community Services seeks adults for volleyball league The City of Exeter’s office of Community Services is currently accepting registration for the 2015 Adult Co-Ed Volleyball League. There will be two leagues: a Recreation League and Elite League. The season is tentatively set to begin practice games during the week of Sept. 14. Men and […]

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Local athlete defines endurance

When the word Ironman is spoken, most people might think of the charismatic actor Robert Downey Jr. who plays the iconic hero in the hit Marvel movies. But for this story, the word Ironman refers to a multi-event sporting contest that demands stamina in swimming, cycling, running, and a local man fits that mold. That […]

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Tigers beat rival in season opener

The Woodlake Tigers kicked off the 2015 season in a big way by defeating rival Exeter 6-3. In a non-league match up at Exeter, the Tigers picked up major contribution from their second through fifth players in singles play as they picked up four victories. No. 2 Kassandra Cervantes defeated Mallory Bettencourt 8-5, No. 3 […]

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Down the Sideline

Exeter Community Services seeks adults for volleyball league The City of Exeter’s office of Community Services is currently accepting registration for the 2015 Adult Co-Ed Volleyball League. There will be two leagues: a Recreation League and Elite League. The season is tentatively set to begin practice games during the week of Sept. 14. Men and […]

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Woodlake High School athletes get new policy

Student athletes are often seen as heroes on campus. They win games, provide entertainment throughout the week and create pride in the community. For many students balancing extra curriculars, homework and a demanding sports schedule can have an impact on their academics. During the Woodlake Unified school board meeting held on Monday, Aug. 12, Athletic […]

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One of the best pitchers in the game

One of the best pitchers in the game today is originally from Lindsay. No, Zack Greinke is not from Lindsay (wishful thinking local Dodger fans). In fact, this article isn’t even about baseball. The pitcher is among one of thousands of members of the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association (NHPA) and thousands more of weekend and […]

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It’s a Family Affair

For the past seven years, Exeter Union High School’s Athletic Director Mike Powell has enjoyed almost every aspect of his job. But in the last couple of years one aspect of his job he did not like was the amount of time away from his wife and children. When he first started out as the […]

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Home-Sweet-Home for Fresno State Volleyball

FRESNO, Calif. – Approaching the 52nd year of play and eighth under head coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell, the Fresno State women’s volleyball team looks forward to a successful year with a heavy home schedule. After completing 23 games on the road in 2014, the `Dogs will gain the home court advantage against 18 teams this season. […]

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Down the Side Line

McDermont seeks adults for flag football league McDermont Field House in Lindsay is seeking players for their upcoming adult flag football league. Players must be 18 years of age to participate in the league. The season is scheduled to begin Sunday, Aug. 16. The last day to sign up was Monday, Aug. 10. The cost […]

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Loza suffers pro defeat at Tachi Palace Fights

Exeter’s Edgar Loza entered the cage for the second time professionally this past Thursday for the Tachi Palace Fights organization, and unfortunately succumbed to a first round submission defeat. The event which emanated from the Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino bingo hall saw Loza step up on two weeks’ notice to a higher weight division […]

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