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All in the Family

By Tom Price Jr. Built on respect and honesty, the basketball program at Lindsay High School has a tradition of winning not only on the court but off it as well. A tight knit group of current and former Cardinal ballers act as a secondary family for those who have been fortunate enough to play […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Swimmer Elijah Cartagena was named Cardinal of the Week for her performance against Wasco on Feb. 27. He placed second in the 200 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke. His times in both races were personal bests swimming a 2:46.90 in the 200 freestyle and 1:25.06 in the 100 backstroke. This was the first meet of […]

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Torres surprises at State Tourney

By Tom Price Jr. One Exeter wrestler was unable to shake and old foe and another had higher ranked competitors shaking their heads with a stunning performance Friday and Saturday at the California State Championships in Bakersfield. Anthony Torres fought his way into medal contention in the 125-pound weight class from an out-bracket position and […]

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Exeter finds little success at Visalia Tournament

By Tom Price jr. The Exeter Monarchs boys tennis team finished second in team competition but found little success individually at the Visalia Invitational Tennis Tournament on Friday and Saturday. On Friday players competed individually and three of Exeter's four singles players won their opening match. The Monarchs No. 1 Nick Sanchez defeated Erick Fishback […]

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TU tees off on Monarchs

The Exeter Monarchs golf team is off to a 2-2 start this season following last year's remarkable 35-2 record. Without their top three golfers from a year ago the Monarchs struggled against Tulare Union on Thursday at Sierra View Golf Course losing 210-224. Alex Garcia and Rilea each shot a team best 43 and returning […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Lindsay High Schools Cardinal of the week is sophomore and first-year varsity basketball payer Abel Gamboa. Gamboa helped lead the Cardinals to victory in their game against Parlier with exceptional free throw shooting. He was 8/8 from the line. As a free throw shooter, Abel is second on the team, shooting 44-of-66 or 67 percent. […]

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Changing Lanes

By Tom Price Jr. & Reggie Ellis Soaked by a late February rain, the track at Monarch Stadium looked more suitable for fishing than sprinting. There is no doubt that the soiled 440-meter oval that wraps around the football field at Exeter Union High School had seen better days. It was once the home of […]

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