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Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar sweeps individual events at ESL final

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN CORCORAN – It was a different journey, but the results were still the same for Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar as she swept her individual events for the second straight year at the East Sequoia League Championship on Thursday, May 2. “It was really good to run strong during my last league event,” Caesar […]

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Chad Hilvers breaks own record at CSL Championship

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN REEDLEY – Exeter’s Chad Hilvers continued to raise the bar in the high jump competition during the Central Sequoia League Championship at Immanuel’s Sporting Complex on Wednesday. He broke his own record in the event by topping 6 feet, 7 inches. “I already knew this was coming,” Hilvers said. “I’ve continued to […]

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Redwood Roundup: Redwood sweeps final series as El Diamante loses grasp on tie before playoffs

By Krissy Hetherington Special to the Sun-Gazette visalia – After finishing off their week going 2-0 to Mt. Whitney, Redwood cliched their outright title for WYL Championship. The team looks very strong heading into Division I playoffs as the No. 9 seed where they will play against 8th seed Frontier Titans on Wednesday in the […]

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Lindsay’s Alberto Gutierrez, Ivan Ceballos will continue soccer careers at UC Merced

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – There is a new pipeline of boys soccer players from Lindsay going to play soccer at UC Merced. Alberto Gutierrez became the third Cardinal player to sign with the Bobcats right out of high school in the last two years. “It’s my dream come true,” Gutierrez said. “I had a […]

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Lauren Little and Bryan Cuevas receive CIF awards and scholarships

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Among the 28 student athletes honored by the CIF Central Section last week at Visalia’s Wyndham hotel were two Woodlake Tigers: Lauren Little and Bryan Cuevas. Little is a two-sport athlete, volleyball and swimming, who calls Three Rivers her home. The senior won three East Sequoia League titles during her time competing […]

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Baseball, Softball: Five teams enter their 2019 playoff brackets

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The 2019 regular baseball and softball seasons concluded last week. Now begins the journey to Fresno State or Recreation Park, home of the Rawhide, in Visalia, and the hopes of lifting one of the last team section championship of the season. This year there will be five teams from […]

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Sports Extra

Boys Golf Larson shoots 78 in ESL Championship Strathmore’s Jeeven Larson will not be able to call himself the East Sequoia League Champion after he carded a six over par, 78, at Valley Oak Golf Course on Wednesday, May 1. Granite Hills’ Colton Painter won the tournament shooting a two under par, 70. Larson’s round […]

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Los Toros de Visalia sweep los Cucuys de San Bernardino

Visalia erase three run deficit to sweep San Bernardino in three games By Jill Gearin Rawhide Baseball visalia – Lost Toros de Visalia came back from a 3-0 deficit to win 5-3. Shumpei Yoshikawa started for los Toros but only lasted an inning and two-thirds. Bryan Valdez came in relief for Yoshikawa and pitched through […]

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Redwood Roundup: WYL Title Remains Split Between El Diamante and Redwood

The Rangers, Miners can’t decide sole front runner in West Yosemite League race Krissy Hetherington Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – This previous week for Visalia baseball was an important part in the season due to the fact that it was the second to last week of league play. Redwood and El Diamante were tied […]

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Exeter defeats Selma 7-1 in first inning scoring frenzy

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The Monarchs got a major boost back into contention in the Central Sequoia League by defeating the Selma Bears 7-1 on Wednesday, April 24. “This one felt great,” Exeter head coach Karin Zeibak said. “It helps give the girls their confidence that we know we can hit.” This is Exeter’s […]

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