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Change in store for Pettyjohn, Robertson

The baseball season may have ended, but for two Exeter natives the offseason has been every bit as eventful in December as it was in October. Former teammates at Exeter Union High School, Jeriome Robertson and Adam Pettyjohn have experienced changes in their professional career in the last month. Robertson who finished his first full […]

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Spring back in Monarchs step

By Tom Price Jr. In the semi-final game of the consolation championship of the Polly Wilhelmsen Tournament, the Exeter Monarchs boy's basketball team blew out Granite Hills 68-47. With the win Exeter advances to the finals against East Sequoia League rival Dinuba. The once troubled Exeter squad who lost seven of 10 games heading into […]

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Three Monarchs make championship round of Lemoore Duals

Three Exeter wrestlers, Ernesto Ramirez in 119 pound division, Anthony Torres (125) and Dan Weatherly (130) advanced to the championship round of the Lemoore Duals on Tuesday. Three more are wrestling in the consolation bracket, so why is Exeter coach Joe Connley so upset? Perhaps because players failed to show up for practice during the […]

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Cardinals win Parlier Tournament

By Tom Price Jr. John Gonzalez scored 25 points against Firebaugh on Saturday in the championship game of the Parlier Tournament. His five three-point buckets helped lead the Cardinals to a second half 48-46 comeback victory. Gonzalez, the tournament Most Valuable Player, helped the Cardinals overcome an otherwise poor shooting night hitting just 16-of-54 shots. […]

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Shorthanded Monarchs fall to Redwood

By Tom Price Jr. One after another members of the Exeter Monarchs girl's soccer team fell victim to the flu, until seven of them were forced to sit out last Wednesday's game against the defending Valley Champion Redwood. With freshman replacement players the Monarchs stood strong against the Rangers methodic attack and lost 2-0. "I […]

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Growing up

By Tom Price Jr. On the surface it appears that not much has changed in the past year for the Exeter Monarchs wrestling team. Many of the same faces make up this year's squad that competed on last year's team that barely made it out of the East Sequoia League cellar. Oh, but something is […]

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Monarchs buck trend

By Tom Price Jr. In the last four years the visiting team has won the annual alumni game between Exeter and Woodlake. With a new stadium and a large crowd the Exeter Monarchs wanted to buck the trend and they did with a convincing 26-0 win. For the complete story pick up a copy of […]

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Giant Cardinals

By Tom Price Jr. Former Lindsay Cardinal standouts and current big men for the College of the Sequoias Men's basketball team, twins Matt and David Misko recently signed on with Division I colleges. Matt signed on with the San Jose Spartans and David with UC Riverside. "We are not happy yet, we have a lot […]

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Farmersville and Lindsay play to tie

By Tom Price jr. With three players out due to injury and illness the Lindsay Cardinals girl's soccer team knew they had their hands full with undefeated Farmersville. The Cardinals took a defensive approach, moving forward Fidelina Camacho to sweeper and Brenda Rangel to the defensive side of the ball. The move worked as they […]

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Cardinals open season with a tie and a loss

By Tom Price Jr. The Lindsay Cardinals boy's soccer team opened their season with a 0-0 tie against Strathmore on Wednesday, then fell to Granite Hills 2-0 the next day. Against Granite Hills, goals were surrendered on two defensive mistakes. The first came on a penalty kick after a Cardinal defender lost sight of a […]

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