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Tennis set to make history

By Andrea Camarena The success of this year's Exeter tennis program cannot be narrowed down to a single standout athlete. While Stephanie Ford and Hannah Heuer were the only Monarchs to break into the individual Valley playoffs, the entire team accomplished a historical feat: They swung themselves into the semi-finals for Valley for the first […]

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Team medals in nation's largest meet

A two day meet, 12,000 participating runners, 90 races and a three hour drive couldn't upset the Monarchs' own "Speedy Gonzalez." Allison Gonzalez once again sprinted through the finish line at the front of the pack. This time she did it at the largest cross country invitational in the nation; the Mt. Sac Invitational in […]

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Giving up the ‘Crate’

By Andrea Camarena In a turn around from last year's Orange Crate victory, the Cardinals lost on Friday night, 35-6. The Monarchs switched to a running offense for the game moving the ball 235 yards on 36 carries and leaving the Cardinals defenseless. The Cardinals finally put themselves on the board in the fourth quarter […]

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Gonzalez chosen as 'Cream of the Crop'

By Andrea Camarena While the Monarchs are still pushing through football season, one wide receiver is already working on his basketball game. Senior Johnny Gonzalez has reason to spend nights after football practice in the Cardinal gym working on his well known three-point shot. Last weekend Gonzalez played in an All-Star game in front of […]

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Fighting the Monarchs, Tigers

Still strong in serving, the Cardinals had trouble defending again this week. Facing both Woodlake and Exeter, the Cardinals added two more losses to their league record losing in three games in both matches. On Thursday, Oct. 28, the Cardinals hosted the near-perfect Monarchs (11-1) through three destructive matches. The Card's played short with only […]

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Exeter takes the ‘Crate’

By Andrea Camarena A Denno Daly rush from the 6-yard line opened up an onslaught of scoring in the first blowout of the Orange Crate game last Friday. In a turn around from last year's 7-12 loss, the Monarchs boasted their first Crate victory, 35-6. The Monarchs switched to a running offense for the game […]

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Tennis set to make history

By Andrea Camarena The success of this year's Exeter tennis program cannot be narrowed down to a single standout athlete. While Stephanie Ford and Hannah Heuer were the only Monarchs to break into the individual Valley playoffs, the entire team accomplished a historical feat: They swung themselves into the semi-finals for Valley for the first […]

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Team medals in nation's largest meet

A two day meet, 12,000 participating runners, 90 races and a three hour drive couldn't upset the Monarchs' own "Speedy Gonzalez." Allison Gonzalez once again sprinted through the finish line at the front of the pack. This time she did it at the largest cross country invitational in the nation; the Mt. Sac Invitational in […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Although junior Miguel Aguilera is only in his first year of cross country, his hard work and consistency have paid off with steadily improving times. Last week at the Cal Poly Invitational, Miguel medaled 17th overall with a time 19:26 on the hilly 3.1 mile course. Miguel's top time this year is an 18:15 for […]

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