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Tulare Union wrap up: Tribe lands first win, hopes for more wins to come

By Spencer Beair Special to the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Tulare Union baseball and softball may have some work to do in order to improve before conference games begin, but given the tools at their disposal, the team is confident they can solve their  problems and rise to the top of the league, especially with the […]

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Boys Soccer: Lions eliminate Lindsay Cardinals in D-IV rematch

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY– If someone would have told Lindsay head coach Tony Godoy before the season that his No. 2 Cardinals would lose their opening round playoff game, he would have disagreed; especially, if it were a loss to the team that took the title from them last year. Yet that is what happened […]

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Girls Soccer: Trailblazers advance to semis with 2-0 win

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – The storms that moved into the foothills area on Friday evening created havoc for the scheduled soccer playoffs. Luckily for the Golden West Trailblazers, they got their D-III quarterfinal game at College of the Sequoias in just before the main storm hit, defeating the Santa Maria Saints 2-0. “The girls […]

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Woodlake’s first playoff win in five years is followed by a defeat at the hands of Orosi

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – The No. 4 Tigers’ Division IV playoff run came to an abrupt halt last Saturday by losing to the No. 5 Orosi Cardinals 2-1, but not before winning their first playoff game in five seasons with a 3-0 shutout over the McFarland Cougars. “I’m excited for the boys,” Woodlake head […]

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Girls Soccer: Exeter girls bring thunder after lightning delay

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Exeter got off to a lightning fast start on Friday against the McLane Highlanders. Within the second minute Karina Mendez put her first shot into the back of the net for the 1-0 Monarch lead. Then seven minutes later lightning actually struck nearby prompting a 30-minute lightning delay. Thankfully the […]

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Baseball: Defending D-VI champs Cardinals swing and miss against Cavaliers

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – The Lindsay Cardinals’ title defense has gotten off to a rocky start. In their second game of the season on Wednesday, Feb. 13, Lindsay suffered a second loss at the hands of the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 17-1. “We need a lot more practice to get better,” Lindsay head coach […]

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Sports Extra

Girls Basketball Spartans restricted to 57 in D-IV quarterfinals loss Strathmore’s run to Selland Arena was cut short on Thursday, Feb. 14, by the McFarland Cougars 83-57. Strathmore kept the score close at halftime by only trailing 38-30, but was outscored in the second half. Girls Basketball Wilkinson drops 20 in Monarchs’ playoff loss Jaycie […]

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Boys Soccer: Golden West Trailblazers return to West Yosemite League supremacy with 2-1 win

Sebastian Caballero scores game winning goal against on senior night to hand Golden West the league title By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – The Golden West Trailblazers returned to West Yosemite League supremacy last Wednesday night after a second half comeback 2-1 win over their rivals El Diamante Miners. “It feels great, and I am really […]

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Softball: Exeter Monarch champions aim for another winning season

Corinne Acosta returns poised to bring home another championship during her senior season By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The Monarchs are coming off only their second valley championship in program history, and their first in five years. The focus Exeter used to prevail in the title game will translate to results as they try and […]

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Lindsay High School to get new turf fields

Football field at Frank Skadan Stadium to be resurfaced in two years, a nearly $2 million project By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The turf at Lindsay High School’s Frank Skadan Stadium will be the first to be replaced during a two-year resurfacing project this spring, a project scheduled to cost the Lindsay Unified School District […]

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