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Exeter Union inducts five into athletic Hall of Fame for 2019

Corinne and Jaykob Acosta headline Monarchs’ class of 2019 inductees By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – Exeter Union High School’s class of 2019 inducted five of their student-athletes into the Hall of Fame. Corinne Acosta was the only multiple sport inductee. Corinne Acosta Corinne was the only Monarch to be inducted into the multiple sport category […]

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Swimming: Garza signs a D-I national letter of intent

MacKenzie Garza signs a D-I national letter of intent to compete in swimming for the San Jose State Spartans By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – The first Division I signee in recent history for the Golden West Blazers put pen to paper last Wednesday. Swimmer MacKenzie Garza signed a national letter of intent to the San […]

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McKaylie Caesar finishes 23rd in her final race of her historic high school career

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN CLOVIS – McKaylie Caesar’s long distance running career will go down as the greatest for any Lindsay High School runner. Caesar competed in her fifth state competition of her career on Saturday, May 25, for the 101st CIF Track and Field State Championships where she entered her final high school race ranked […]

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Lindsay readies for 2019 season with new football field

The football field at Frank Skadan Stadium is resurfaced in time for spring practice, and Lindsay’s annual passing tournament By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The first stage of Lindsay Unified School District’s nearly $2 million resurfacing project has been completed. Replacement efforts on the playing surface at Lindsay High School’s Frank Skadan Stadium were completed […]

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Dallas Jensen becomes the 15th coach in the 92-year history of the COS Giants’ basketball program

By Nick Giannandrea COS Athletics VISALIA – Dallas Jensen, who turned a long-struggling program into a state contender at his previous job, has been hired as the men’s basketball coach at College of the Sequoias. Jensen becomes the 15th coach the 92-year history of the Giants’ program after two highly successful seasons at Gavilan College […]

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Newest girls club basketball team win the Gold Division at Pacific Showcase

The Cal Storm Central team is made up of high school players from Tulare and Fresno County, got their first win in team history @TheSunGazette NEWBURY PARK – Ten local lady ballers took 1st place in the Pacific Showcase at Mamba Sports Academy. The Pacific Showcase was a prestigious NCAA Certified AAU basketball event, held […]

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Raymond Paramo excels in classroom from lessons taught on the basketball court, receives scholarship

@TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – The best Aztec basketball player was honored academically last week. Multi-record holder Raymond Paramo received the Ruiz 4 Kids Scholarship. “I am grateful,” Paramo said. “So many people apply, and I am one of the lucky few to be selected.” The Ruiz 4 Kids Scholarship is a nonprofit organization founded in 1991, […]

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McKaylie Caesar readies for 3200-meter competition this Friday and Saturday at the State Championships

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The most decorated runner in the history of Lindsay High School will appear once more on a high school track. McKaylie Caesar will have her curtain call during the State Championships at Buchanan’s Veterans Memorial Stadium on Saturday, May 25. “I’m really looking forward to running in the state meet […]

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