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Right on Track

By Tom Price Jr. Already having one of the top collections of athletic facilities in the Sequoia Division, recent renovations at Exeter Union High School promise to put them on par with the Central Section's elite. The centerpiece of the school's facelift is the completion of the $331,600 all-weather track at Monarch Stadium. California Track […]

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Artistic aspirations

By Nancy Gutierrez The Courthouse Gallery of the Arts is helping young artists to experience what could be their first art reception and exhibit. Eleven advanced art students from Exeter Union High School have some of their pieces on display at the gallery in it's newest exhibit. The exhibit was made possible, in part, by […]

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Cardinal boys crack top 10

The best boys and girls swimmers from the Sequoia and Sierra Divisions converged Saturday at the Sierra-Sequoia Division Championships at the Crandal Swimming Complex in Kingsburg. For the Lindsay boys who finished in eighth behind winner Kingsburg, it was an opportunity for some of their individual swimmers to test their mettle against some of the […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Lindsay Cardinals swimmer Steven Ingoldsby was named Cardinal of the week for his performance at the East Sequoia League Meet May 7 in Woodlake. Ingoldsby improved his personal best times in the 100-yard freestyle (50.86) and in the 50-yard freestyle (23.08). Ingoldsby went undefeated for the entire season in the two events until the league […]

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Cardinal of the Week

David Ross was named the Cardinal of the week for his volleyball game against Hanford. Ross recorded a career high five kills and three blocks from his middle blocker position. At 6'6", Ross is very intimidating at the net and causes match up problems for opponents. Ross has greatly improved his hitting and blocking skills […]

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Four Monarchs qualify for Valley track meet

By Tom Price Jr. Rachel Mitchell and Adam Hightower both came from behind in their events to win closely contested races May 12 at the Sequoia-Sierra Area Championships at Coalinga High School. Mitchell, was well off the pace with roughly 180 meters remaining in the 800-meter race, but as she turned the corner she ran […]

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Best of the Rest

By Tom Price Jr. Like all the other schools May 15 at the Sierra-Sequoia Division Championship swim meet at Kingsburg's Crandal Swim Complex, the Exeter Monarchs girls swim team struggled to keep up with Garces High School in Bakersfield. But when the waves settled it was Exeter who stood alone in second place, 156 points […]

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