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CIF honors Lindsay athlete

By Andrea Camarena Growing up with an older brother has molded Lindsay's Armando Solis, 17. Older brothers make role models no matter how you cut it and Adrian Solis made just the right kind of an impression on his little brother: He played sports. As a high school senior, Armando is currently being honored as […]

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Monarchs host, win ESL meet

By Andrea Camarena For the second week in a row the Monarch girls track team took first at an East Sequoia League track meet. On Wednesday, April 20, the Monarchs enjoyed the pleasure of scoring their victory at home. Exeter took the meet with one-hand tied behind their back. Five of Exeter's top starters were […]

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Knocked out and getting back up

By Andrea Camarena When Santiago Rodriguez hit the floor in the third round of his first professional loss, he turned to a familiar face to put his boxing career into perspective. "Don't depress over it," Olga Rodriguez told her husband. "Imagine how opponents who have lost to you felt." To Rodriguez it made sense and […]

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Exeter takes win in 12-inning battle with Lindsay

Last week in baseball, Exeter dropped the Cardinals in a 12 inning battle that closed 4-2 after four Monarch singles and a Cardinal error in the closing inning. It was a tense contest typical of Exeter-Lindsay games. Exeter had eeked out a one run lead going into the seventh inning and even scored an insurance […]

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Tourney pitches tough competition

By Andrea Camarena Softball teams from around the valley traveled to Fowler last week to particpate in the first round of the Fowler Invitational. Rain and flooded fields called for the postponement of the tournament after two days of play. The tournament is tentatively scheduled to resume on Saturday, April 9. After just four games, […]

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Exeter teacher wins Pro-Am championship

By Andrea Camarena Exeter teacher Paul Temmerman's weekends aren't completely consumed by grading and creating lesson plans. Every couple weeks he suits up, puts on his helmet, climbs onto his dirtbike and speeds over monstrous dirt mounds on his way to motocross championships. Known at Exeter Community Day School as "Mr. Temmerman," Paul travels with […]

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Monarch of the Week

Daniel Munsch Junior, Boys Swimming Daniel is the team leader in workouts. He is averaging six practices a week and works hard on every set. Daniel is a very versatile swimmer. He is one of the top freestylers in the East Sequoia League at all distances (50-yard, 100-yard, 200-yard and 500-yard). His favorite event is […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Beau Blue, Junior, 1st year, Boys Swimming Against Corcoran, Beau led the Lindsay Boys to their second consecutive league victory. He had a personal best time, 25.51, winning first place in the 50 freestyle. He took second place in the 100 Breastroke with a time of 1:22.50. He also swam on two winning relays, the […]

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