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Monarchs get swept by Bears in CSL play

The Exeter Monarchs woes continued last week as the Selma Bears finished off the sweep. In Exeter’s last 10 games, they have posted a 2-8 record getting victories over Farmersville and Yosemite. Both victories came at the Tulare Union Tournament over spring break. On Tuesday, April 8, the Monarchs welcomed the Selma Bears to town. […]

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Strathmore alumni receives top honor

The National Collegiate Equestrian Association announced Wednesday its 2015 All-America teams, which honored Fresno State sophomore Taylor Brown and freshman Rachel Williams on its prestigious lists. Brown was named to the NCEA second-team for Horsemanship while Williams was an honorable mention honoree also for Horsemanship. This is Brown’s second consecutive season that she has garnered […]

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Tigers improve to 2-0 in ESL play

The Woodlake Tigers girls swim team has proven they are not a squad to over look. A few weeks ago, the Tigers defeated the Immanuel Eagles in a non league dual in Woodlake. The Tigers once again used their depth and “B” relays to win 84-62. Top swimmers for the Tigers came from Monte Vincent, […]

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Cardinals sit two games out of first

The Cardinals, now in their second year under Coach Brett Kendig, positioned themselves to be in the hunt for a league title with an overall record of 9-7-1 and a league record of 4-3 as we pass the half way point in the season. They welcomed the Tigers to Lindsay this past Thursday, April 9 […]

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Cunningham keeps local tracks on fire

Woodlake’s KiAnna Cunningham continues her dominating tare against her opponents. Last week during the East Sequoia League mini meet, Cunningham finished in first place in the 100 meters with a time of 12.84 and in the 200 meters finished with a time of 26.45. That was almost a two second lead over second place finisher […]

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Monarchs take sole possession of first place

The Exeter Monarchs sit on top of the Central Sequoia League standings with a one game lead heading into this week. With Immanuel hitting a three game losing skid, the Monarchs were able to take sole possession of first place. But right on their heels are the Kingsburg Vikings who are a game behind the […]

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Down the sideline

Lindsay seeks sign ups for youth football The Lindsay Youth Football program is now accepting sign ups for the 2015 youth football and cheer season. Ages are from 5 to 14 years old. Entering Freshman are not eligible. Sign up fee for football covers registration, insurance and a personalized jersey which players get to keep. […]

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Cardinals maul Tigers in ESL showdown

The Lindsay Cardinal softball team traveled to Woodlake on Thursday, April 9 to take on the Woodlake Tigers. The Cardinals flew away with a 7-1 victory over the Tigers. Lindsay came out swinging in the top of the first inning. They scored three runs, two coming off a double by Scarlett Rojas. The score remained […]

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Monarchs take on Cavaliers and Eagles in meet

The Exeter Monarchs traveled to Visalia to take on the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers and the Immanuel Eagles in a Central Sequoia League match up this past week. For the boys, they were just eight points shy from defeating CVC as the Cavaliers defeated the Monarchs 58-50. Against the Eagles, the Monarchs were outscored 84-48. […]

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Lobos split with Falcons

ODESSA, TX-Sul Ross State University’s softball team and host University of Texas of the Permian Basin went down to the wire in both games of their non-conference doubleheader at the UTPB Softball Field Monday. SRSU won the opener, 1-0, and the Falcons, a member of the NCAA’s Division II, rallied to take the nightcap, 5-4. […]

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