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Cross Country: Caesar strides to 22nd place at state

Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar has best finish in Lindsay’s girls cross country history coming in with the top 25 runners By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FRESNO – Among the thousands of high school runners who took part in the 31st State Championships at Woodward Park last Saturday, Nov. 25, were eight local athletes. The top finisher was Lindsay’s […]

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Cross Country: McKaylie Caesar runs away with D-IV Championship

McKaylie Caesar leads Lindsay girls team to State while Rosalind Dixon, Dagny McIntosh, and Victor Cisneros compete as individuals at various levels By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FRESNO – McKaylie Caesar is already making a name for herself among the D-IV ranks despite competing for only two seasons. She rose to the top of the division when […]

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Football: Golden West pulls out 49-34 D-IV quarterfinal win over the Roosevelt Roughriders despite uncharacteristic turnovers

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Football teams don’t discriminate when it comes to winning. They’ll take any kind of victory they can get. And for Golden West (9-2), last Friday night’s 49-34 Division IV quarterfinal victory was much harder than it needed to be, but they’ll sail off into the semifinals this Friday just the […]

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Football: Acevedo leads Spartans back to D-VI Valley Title game

Strathmore is on collision course with Rosamond in D-VI title game after surviving for the second week in a row By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – For the second straight week in a row the No. 1 Spartans had to dig deep against a team they had easily defeated earlier this year. Ultimately, it came down […]

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Volleyball: Exeter falls to Culver City’s front line in first round of D-II state playoffs 3-1

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The first state playoff game in some time at the Smith Gym did not go as planned last Wednesday night. The No.8 Exeter Monarchs fell to the No. 9 Culver City Centaurs 3-1 (25-19, 14-25, 25-22, 25-13). The Centaurs massive 6-foot height advantage at front line proved too be the […]

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Basketball: Farmersville and Golden West look to continue recent success on the hardwood

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FOOTHILLS AREA – Football and volleyball are quickly coming to a close. That means basketball and soccer will soon be in full gear. Some schools are looking to repeat as champions, while others are looking to build on success from last year. Here are the reviews, key losses and previews for boys […]

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Sports Extra

WRESTLING Youth wrestling K-5 registration Registration is going on now for the newest wrestling facility in Exeter, Jimenez Grappling Academy. This is for Exeter youth kindergarten though 5th grade wrestling for 2017-2018. Season fee is $120 for three months. It can be paid online via Paypal, cash or check made out to Jimenez Grappling. The […]

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Volleyball: Monarchs regain throne, end nine-year title drought

Exeter defeats Bakersfield Christian 3-2 to win first Valley Championship since 2008 By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – Many around the Exeter volleyball program had been wondering when the Monarchs were going to add another Valley Championship to their name. After all it had almost been a decade since they last walked away with some serious […]

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Football: Spartans’ strong second half keeps D-VI title hopes alive

Two rushing scores in the second half advances Strathmore to the semifinals against the Orosi Cardinals By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – An 18-point margin of victory in a playoff game usually spells a hardy bout of cheers from players and coaches after the game. But at Spartan Stadium last Thursday, it almost felt as if […]

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Monarchs Kassi Stolz and Madelyn Sweepe sign letters of intent to play college volleyball

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – A school the size of Exeter Union, with its some 900 students, one four-year signee from their volleyball program would mean they are doing something right. Well in fact on Wednesday, Nov. 8, the Monarchs proved that they are excelling at doing something right. At 12:50 p.m. both, Kassi Stolz […]

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