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Cardinals come out strong in ESL opener defeating Woodlake 9-1

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The Cardinals’ pitching staff has not missed a beat coming off last season’s valley championship run, and was the main reason Lindsay won their East Sequoia League opener 9-1 over the Woodlake Tigers on Thursday, March 7. “I was really pleased with our pitching staff,” Lindsay head coach Brett Kendig […]

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Jeeven Larson leads young Spartans on the links with 39 in first ESL tourney of 2019

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN HANFORD – Strathmore’s Jeeven Larson has been close to achieving his biggest dream of qualifying for the state tournament by making it to the Southern California Regional Tournament. Each year he’s been close, but now a senior with one last chance he is leaving it all out on the links. “That is […]

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Exeter commits nine errors to suffer their second loss of the season

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The Monarchs so far this season have been mostly solid, but on Thursday, Feb. 28, they hit a bump in the road back to the section championships. Exeter suffered their second loss of the season at the hands of the Monache Marauders by a score of 7-3. “It was a […]

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Sierra Gomez leads Farmersville into ESL play from the circle

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – The Aztecs are off to a jittery, but winning start to the 2019 season after getting their sixth win in a 12-1 rout over the Laton Mustangs on Thursday, Feb. 28. “The result is what we fully expected,” Farmersville head coach Effie Romero said. “We were actually expecting a shutout.” […]

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Exeter’s boys and girls begin search for CSL titles with sweep over Coalinga

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The former of the Monarchs’ two goals, winning a Central Sequoia League Championship, is even more important due to the section’s decision to change the Valley Tournament format, and as a result making it harder. But Exeter is off to a strong start to the 2019 CSL season after sweeping […]

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Golden West’s girls medley relay team hands Trailblazers lone win in meet

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – The Golden West swim season is off to a strong start even if they did come in second place after scoring a 445 during their home tri-meet against the Centennial Golden Hawks and the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers. The team which bested the Trailblazers were the Centennial Golden Hawks, who […]

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Redwood Wrap up: Baseball begins season 3-3 while softball looks to defend D-II valley title

By Krissy Hetherington Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA– The Redwood Rangers baseball team started their season going 3-3 in the Coca Cola Classic. The week and a half of games gave Division I Central Section teams the opportunity to face off early in their seasons to prepare for what could be a sneak peek of post-season […]

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Boys Soccer: Exeter Monarchs bring home Division VI title in overtime thriller

Exeter wins rubber match 2-0 over CVC Cavaliers to bring home valley championship By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The No. 2-seeded Exeter Monarchs and No. 8-seeded Central Valley Christian Cavaliers had split their Central Sequoia League games this regular season. As a result, last Friday’s Division VI Valley Championship game acted like a rubber match […]

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Feature: Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar signs to become a Cal State Fullerton Titan this fall

McKaylie Caesar becomes Lindsay’s first Division I signee since Chris Misaalefua in 2014 By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – Excitement buzzed around Lindsay High School on Wednesday, Feb. 20. That’s because cross country and track athlete McKaylie Caesar signed her national letter of intent to compete for Cal State Fullerton Titans in both sports next fall […]

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Girls Soccer: Kingsburg Vikings vanquish Exeter Monarchs, extinguish hopes of valley title

Young Exeter team loses to the Vikings 2-1 in Division IV Valley Championship game on the road By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN KINGSBURG, CALIF. – For a team that shouldn’t have made it as far the Division IV Valley Championship game, the Exeter Monarchs made the most of their opportunity against the now three time champs. After […]

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