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Late goal downs Exeter

By Tom Price Jr. The Exeter Monarchs girls soccer team derailed Woodlake’s high powered offense but failed to score in a 1-0 loss on Thursday. The Monarchs cut off passing lanes and managed to keep the Tigers speedy forwards in front of them, not allowing a direct shot on goal until late in the game […]

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Family Matters

By Tom Price Jr. Erica, Johnny and Anthony are more than just siblings they are a team. Growing up all three of them played on the same recreation team and now Johnny and Anthony are a one-two-punch for the Lindsay Cardinals basketball team and Erica is scoring points for the girls team. Their bond however […]

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Cardinals squander lead and chance for first win

By Tom Price Jr. Questions have surrounded the offense of the Lindsay Cardinals boys soccer team throughout the early season. With an aggressive and stingy defense already in place they entered Thursday's match against CVC wondering if they would even be able to find the net. Their questions were answered in the games first minute […]

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Remembering Kyle Goodwin

By Tom Price Jr. Even in death Kyle Goodwin can make his teammates laugh. Out from underneath the hood of his black sweatshirt a smile surfaced on the tired face of Keith Robinson. Robinson was Goodwin's best friend and has had trouble sleeping since the morning of Jan. 2 when 16-year-old Goodwin was killed in […]

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Monarchs compete at Doc Buchanan

By Tom Price Jr. Exeter wrestlers Dan Weatherly and Oscar Botello each placed in the top 10 in their weight class at the Doc Buchanan Invitational in Clovis over the weekend. The two-day wrestling event features some of the best wrestlers on the west coast, including some from the defending state champion in New Mexico […]

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Monarchs keep rolling, beat Parlier

By Tom Price Jr. Two defensive efforts kept the Exeter Monarchs boys basketball team's momentum heading into league play this week. Trailing 41-34 at halftime against Porterville last Wednesday the Monarchs defense cut off all lanes to the basket and limited the Panthers to just five second-half points and evened the score at 34. In […]

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Shining Moment

By Tom Price Jr. Flung from his hand with determination, UCLA quarterback Drew Olson launched a football into the throat of the Fresno State Bulldog defense. This was the pass that was to keep alive their hopes of a Silicon Valley Classic Bowl victory and erase more than three quarters of offensive football that sent […]

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Cardinals hope to keep momentum after quick start

By Tom Price Jr. For Lindsay boy's basketball coach Don Perales it's like starting all over again. The Cardinals who started the season 8-2 will end a two week holiday vacation by playing two games this week. The games against Farmersville and Granite Hills will go a long way in determining the momentum at which […]

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Girls rely on defense

Tom Price Jr. Defense is the name of the game for the Lindsay Cardinals girl's soccer team this year. Surging forward with a record of 6-4-1, the Cardinals look to be overcoming the loss of many key players from last year's team that went 7-3 in league. "Right now, considering the team we lost last […]

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Shining Moment

By Tom Price Jr. Flung from his hand with determination, UCLA quarterback Drew Olson launched a football into the throat of the Fresno State Bulldog defense. This was the pass that was to keep alive their hopes of a Silicon Valley Classic Bowl victory and erase more than three quarters of offensive football that sent […]

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