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Tigers shut out first place Panthers in second half surge

The Woodlake Tigers (6-9-1, 2-2) had a tall order on Thursday night when the first place Corcoran Panthers (5-6,3-1) came to town. After both teams were scoreless in the first half the Tigers played inspired soccer and took it to the Panthers shutting out the first place team 2-0 and tightening things up in the […]

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Down the sideline

Exeter now accepting sign ups for youth baseball and softball The City of Exeter Community Services Department is gearing up for youth baseball and softball which will beginning sign ups in Mid-Jan. The baseball/softball season will be offered to boys ages 4-8 and girls ages 4-14. We provide T-ball (4-5), Midget/Coach pitch baseball and softball […]

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Monarchs and Bears end in stalemate

The Exeter Monarchs welcomed the Selma Bears to Monarch Stadium for a Central Sequoia League (CSL) bout on Wednesday, Jan. 21. Exeter entered the game 2-0 in CSL play and would end the game 2-0-1 as the game ended in a 1-1 overtime tie. While each team scored a goal by the games end to […]

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Spartans pull even in league

The Strathmore Spartans (10-9) have fought hard throughout the season and amassed a 2-1 record in East Sequoia League (ESL) play going into Thursday, Jan. 22 matchup against the Granite Hills Grizzlies (3-9). The Grizzlies came into the game going 1-2 thus far in league play, but managed to emerge from the game 2-2 as […]

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Lindsay outsized against Panthers

After two consecutive victories on opposing hardwood, Lindsay was outsized and overmatched in their return home against a physical Corcoran team, falling 60-22 on Jan.24. Nine Panther players recorded points in the East Sequoia League matchup as part of a balanced scoring attack that exposed troubles plaguing the Cardinals all season. “We came out flat […]

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Cardinals get back to winning ways

The Lindsay Cardinals (8-11, 2-1) traveled to Woodlake to take on the Tigers (2-16,0-4) After being down to the Tigers early at the end of the first quarter the Cardinals behind Raquel Gonzales 25 points helped her team get back on track in East Sequoia league competition. “We had a better second half. We have […]

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Monarchs rule supreme on the mat over Vikings

The Exeter Monarchs were able to pull off a dominant victory on home soil this past week against the Kingsburg Vikings. The Monarchs finished the dual with a dominant score of 45-2, though the lopsided score has to be partly attributed to the Vikings being outmanned. The Vikings were forced to give up five forfeits […]

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Cardinals roll over Grizzlies

Granite Hills came into Lindsay on Thursday, Jan. 22 seeking their first victory. Unfortunately for the Porterville school, they are still searching after the Cardinals exploded for a season-high eight goals en route to a second East Sequoia League victory. The win ended Lindsay’s brief two game skid and gave Coach Alfredo Martinez confidence moving […]

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Spartans spear Golden Bears

The Strathmore Spartans opened East Sequoia League play with back to back losses against Lindsay and Granite Hills. After defeating the Woodlake Tigers they improved to 1-2 and on Thursday, Jan. 22 they defeated the Sierra Pacific Golden Bears in a 2-1 at home to reach .500 in league play thus far. The game went […]

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Farmersville routes Mustagns to get to .500

The Farmersville Aztecs (9-12) welcomed East Sierra League (ESL) foe Laton Mustangs (4-15) to town on Monday, Jan. 26. Laton did not put up much of a fight as the Aztecs took the Mustangs to task and giving them more than they can handle. According to Aztec Head Coach Fabian Acevedo his team is still […]

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