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Cardinals try to slow down Tigers hot start

The Woodlake Tigers continue their tear through the 2015 season. The seasoned team boosts a 7-1 overall record while staying undefeated so far in East Sequoia League play. On Thursday, the Tigers traveled to Lindsay to take on an improved Cardinal team. But things did not go well for the Cardinals early on in this […]

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Rumbaugh continues to dominate Immanuel

The last time the Exeter Monarchs faced off against the Immanuel Eagles was back on May 23, 2014 at Recreation Park in Visalia for the Division V Valley Championship game. On the hill for the Monarchs was then sophomore Tyler Rumbaugh. The Monarchs went on to defeat the Eagles 8-4 to pick up their first […]

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Errors cost Monarchs

The Exeter Monarchs (4-5, 1-2) continued Central Sequoia League play Friday with the Immanuel Eagles (3-3,1-2) coming to town. After spotting the Eagles seven runs in the first three innings the Monarchs where playing catchup the rest of the night. Not able to overcome early fielding errors the Monarchs drop the game 12-9 to give […]

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Around the horn

Farmersville comes alive against Crusaders The Farmersville Aztecs baseball team demolished the Kings Christian Crusaders on Friday in Lemoore. The Aztecs scored five runs in the top of second inning, six runs in the top of the fourth, and five runs in the top of the fifth inning to defeat the Crusaders 21-2. Earlier in […]

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Down the sideline

Woodlake Youth Football seeks board members for upcoming season The Woodlake Youth Football program is looking for a President and a Treasure for the up coming football season. Anyone who is interested in applying for one of the open positions are encouraged to contact Abraham Rodriguez at 559-786-7138 for more information about the positions. Exeter […]

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Monarchs in hunt for CSL title

The Exeter Monarchs just come up short in taking down the league leader on Thursday evening. The Kingsburg Vikings girls swim team defeated the Monarchs girls team by 14 points in an 100-86 victory. As for the Monarch boys team, they too fell to the Vikings 118-67. On the girls side, the Monarchs were lead […]

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Tigers sink defending champs

The Woodlake High School swim team opened East Sequoia League competition this past Thursday as the Tigers welcomed the defending ESL Champions, the Sierra Pacific Golden Bears to town. The Tigers girls swim team were able to use their team depth to defeat the Golden Bears 90-58. The top swimmers for the Tigers were Monte […]

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Local students are drawn to agriculture

Tulare County students in grades K-12 submitted their entries for Tulare County Farm Bureau’s 18th annual calendar art contest. Second graders Nathaniel Rodriguez and Adrianna Barajas, and third grader Isaiah Garcia from George L. Snowden School in Farmersville, along with Fifth grader Demesio Zaragoza from Strathmore Middle School earned top spots as they won best […]

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Record breaking quarterback commits to MSUM

Farmersville Aztec quarterback and record setter, Sam Metcalf signed a national letter of intent to further his football career at Minnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM), a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II university. Metcalf, a four year varsity quarterback, holds a few Central Section records, including, most touchdowns in a career (142) and most […]

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