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Softball: Exeter’s win over Immanuel pulls them within one game of first place

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The race for the Central Sequoia League (CSL) title tightened up last Friday. The Monarchs continued their recent resurgence during the second half of league play with a 10-0 win over the Immanuel Eagles on Friday, May 4. Their third win in a row. Then they got some help from […]

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Track and Field: Richie Hernandez, McKaylie Caesar and Madison Bower all break records in their respective events

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – While both the Cardinals and Spartans failed to bring home a title during the East Sequoia League championships last Thursday three of their athletes set new records. Lindsay’s Richie Hernandez and McKaylie Caesar broke records in the 100 and 800-meter runs, respectively. Strathmore’s Madison Bower did the same in the […]

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Monarchs of the Week and Sports Extra

Exeter Monarchs of the Week Each week, Exeter Union High School coaches will nominate outstanding players in each sport. These players will be featured here in the newspaper as well as at Kirkman’s VIP Pizza. This week’s players are listed below. Baseball Sal Briones Softball Julie Rocha Track Rosalind Dixon – girls’ team Christian Genetti […]

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Softball: Farmersville has reeled off 5 straight wins entering last week of regular season

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – The Aztecs have one thing on their minds, and that is beat Orange Cove. It has not been done in three years. This Thursday at 4 p.m. in the rematch Farmersville will do everything they can to get the upset and tie the Titans for first place in the East […]

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Local high school standout brings skills back to Visalia

Former Monarch Heather Collins brings a series of clinics to Visalia beginning later this month By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – Heather Collins grew up playing volleyball around the local communities. Now she is bringing what she had learned from 27 years in the sport as a coach and a player to Visalia. Hi-5 Volleyball is […]

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Baseball: Exeter pulls into a three-way tie for first in the Central Sequoia League with Immanuel and Selma

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – By sweeping the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers, the Monarchs pulled into a three-way tie at the top of the Central Sequoia League (CSL) standings with Immanuel and Selma. The middle game  of the series featured 10 strikeouts, in four-innings by Jaykob Acosta, to get a 10-2 win on Thursday, April […]

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Strathmore setter Isabella Galang signs a national letter of intent to attend and compete for the University of Maine-Fort Kent

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The last five years on the volleyball courts, both for high school and club teams, have been building toward one event for Isabella Galang. Last Wednesday night the Spartan setter lived it. At the McDermont Field House, where her club team practices, she put pen to paper and signed a […]

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Boys Tennis: Emperors shut out Monarchs in final match

Exeter goes winless in CSL, drops final home match against Dinuba By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – While the Monarchs won four matches in non-league their inexperience caught up with them. Half of their top six single players were underclassman with Austin Woods being the youngest. Although, the future looks bright for Exeter on the tennis […]

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Soccer: Coaches Tony Godoy and Jimmy Madrigal team up to lead the East Team in 10th annual all-star game

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The soccer rivalry between the Lindsay Cardinals and the Strathmore Spartans will be temporarily put on hold. Earlier last week both head coaches, Tony Godoy and Jimmy Madrigal, were selected to head the East boy’s team in the 10th annual East-West All-Star Game at the end of next month. The […]

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