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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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Exeter 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 Jaykob Acosta Softball Brooklyn Blackman Track Kyle Cox – boys’ team […]

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Baseball: Errors ground Cardinals’ ESL title hopes

Two losses to Sierra Pacific all but eliminates Lindsay’s title hopes By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – Three games back of first place the Cardinals once again were in contention for an East Sequoia League title. All they had to do was sweep the first place Sierra Pacific Golden Bears last week to close the deficit […]

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The Ranney family helps their daughter train and volunteer for Special Olympics each year

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN TULARE – Every year the Special Olympics, at Bob Mathias Stadium in Tulare, gives people with disabilities a chance to get out and be the stars. But the games go deeper for one Exeter family even to the point of saving the life of their daughter Lisa Ranney. Ranney began competing in […]

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Softball: Monarchs stun CSL with defeat of Bears

Strong hitting in the fifth inning of gives Exeter their first win over Selma in four years By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN SELMA – Exeter had not defeated Selma in their last 10 meetings, and that included a 5-4 heart breaking home loss earlier this season. With that in mind Exeter head coach Karen Zeibak told her […]

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Over 800 athletes and 200 volunteers set to put on Special Olympics this Friday in Tulare

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN TULARE COUNTY – In two days, on Friday, April 27, the 2018 Special Olympics open. Over 800 athletes will showcase their talents at Bob Mathias Stadium in Tulare. For this one-day event they are the stars of the field. “For a lot of them this is the one day when they shine,” […]

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Softball: After starting the season with eight straight losses, Woodlake turned around their season with seven wins

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – The Tigers have been able to turn around their season over the past month. Now they find themselves amidst the program’s longest winning streak in six years. The main reason is their bats. Over the last seven games they’ve scored 119 runs. The biggest bat production for Woodlake (7-8, 6-1) […]

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