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League play starts off slow

By Andrea Camarena The Cardinals bounced out of a two game winning streak and into a losing one last week when they fell to both Coalinga and Corcoran. In their opening game of league play, Lindsay lost to the Coalinga Horned Toads in four games. After falling 12-25 in the first match and 19-25 in […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Senior Dee Dee Lopez and Junior Yadira Lopez were named this week's Cardinal of the Week. Dee Dee and Yadira are the No. 1 doubles team for the Cardinals tennis team. They were undefeated against Corcoran, winning 6-0, 6-1, and 6-3. Both girls are experienced. As juniors, Yadira is in her third season on the […]

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'Fight to the end, OK!'

By Andrea Camarena Cardinal football traveled to Parlier on Friday, Sept.17 where the Panthers dominated for an 18-6 victory over Lindsay. In a third quarter lull, the Cardinal crowd stopped cheering as they watched their team struggle against Parlier's seemingly indestructable offense. "Hey! Fight to the end, OK?!," cut through the silence as Lindsay head […]

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LHS runs personal bests

By Andrea Camarena Competing against 15 schools on a grassy two mile course, 13 Cardinal cross country runners each set their personal records at the Monache Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 16. Freshman Jordan Morillo led the team as she finished fifth in the girls frosh/soph race with a time of 14:49. Morillo shows further promise […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Ysenia De La Cruz, senior 2nd year varsity volleyball In last week's Strathmore game: Ysenia dominated the net in the Cardinal's second victory over Strathmore in the same week. She had 17 kills and six blocks to lead Lindsay. Her hitting was 32 of 37 for 86 percent. Ysenia is doing extremely well at the […]

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Rodriguez lands first victory

By Andrea Camarena Farmersville boxer Santiago Rodriguez had some big shoes to fill in his second professional fight last Thursday at the Palace Indian Gaming Center in Lemoore. His own. Rodriguez's trainer Doug Henderson bought shoes for the occasion that turned out to be one size too big. Instead of buying a new pair of […]

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Pirates edge out Monarchs

Exeter again put on an offensive clinic in the team's second straight game away from home. Unfortunately, the Reedley Pirates did them one better. The teams had traded touchdowns going into the fourth quarter. The Pirates scored with eight minutes remaining in the fourth when Trevor Hai ran it in from the nine-yard line. Needing […]

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X-country cleans up in P'ville

By Andrea Camarena The Monarchs walked away from the Monache Invitational last week with yet another well-earned accomplishment. In both the boys and girls varsity races, the Monarchs completed the two-mile grassy course with top five team scores. The Monarchs placed second as a team with three top 10 runners. All six participating Exeter athletes […]

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For whom the bell now tolls

By Andrea Camarena "It's Strathmore, We have to beat them," said Senior Erica Gonzalez from the visitor stands at Strathmore's Stadium before the big Bell game on Friday night. That was the attitude as the Lindsay High Cardinals took the field to defend the bell in a 7:30 p.m. game. For Lindsay the intensity of […]

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