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Rawhide Match the Franchise’s Record for Longest Win Streak after defeating the Ports 6-1

Visalia takes three of a four game series against the Stockton Ports By Jill Gearin Rawhide Baseball VISALIA-Rawhide extend its win streak to twelve, matching the franchise record. It is the fourth time a Visalia team has won 12 consecutive games (1990, 2003, 2014). The Rawhide took game three of a four game series against […]

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Baseball Spartans take second place in Woodlake Strathmore continues to play well this season by taking second in the Ron Robinson Tournament. Strathmore fell in a closely fought game to the Orange Cove Titans 6-3 last Wednesday. The score was knotted up at 3-3 until Orange Cove scored three runs in the top of the […]

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Farmersville makes turn for the better at Woodlake tournament

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – While Woodlake’s Ron Robinson Tournament had normally been a reminder of how far Farmersville was from relevance, this year the Aztecs began to showcase some talent. “Our program has made a big turn this year,” Farmersville head coach Freddie Lopez said. “We began to play some baseball which I was […]

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Exeter scores 29 runs in Visalia Tournament before heading back to CSL competition

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The Monarchs came up one game short of a chance of defending their Small School title at the Visalia Tournament after a 6-4 loss to the El Dorado Golden Hawks on Wednesday. “Unfortunately, it was a let down game,” Exeter head coach Kevin Kirkman said. “We were a little disappointed […]

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Farmersville youth wrestling program see results

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – The No Child Left Behind wrestling program in Farmersville is gaining momentum both on and off the mat. Juan Jimenez, one of the founding coaches, placed third in the Open Division and Jo’el Avila placed eighth in the Children’s Division respectively at a Greco-Roman tournament earlier in the month. While, […]

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Track and Field: Lindsay’s Caesar, Aguayo ready for East Sequoia League championships

Lindsay’s top two runners aim for personal best and break through wins at East Sequoia League Championships By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – With the East Sequoia League Championships on the horizon, Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar, and Lionel Aguayo are in the hunt to bring home titles after the final warm-up meet on Wednesday, April 10. […]

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Baseball: Exeter Monarchs beat Bakersfield Christian Eagles in slugfest

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The Monarchs’ defense got off to a great start at the Visalia Tournament Small School title. On the first day Exeter squeezed by the Independence Falcons, 4-1, and out slugged the Bakersfield Christian Eagles, 11-9. “Luckily we came out hitting today,” Exeter head coach Kevin Kirkman said. “We are […]

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Softball: Farmersville Aztecs’ youth continues to be shaky in first year of East Sequoia League play

Runners left on base, and throwing errors continue to plague Farmersville in big games By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – The Aztecs, during their first year as members of the East Sequoia League, have performed well enough to pull into third place. Yet, their 9-3 loss to the first place Corcoran Panthers proved their inexperienced […]

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Monarchs of the Week & 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 Blake Crookshanks Softball Allie Paragien Swimming Riley Carpenter – girls’ team Tucker Powell […]

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