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Montana puts in the time

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN lindsay – Drive by Lindsay High School an hour before school starts on any given day and there may be someone walking around the pool area. That someone is Lindsay High School’s junior Oscar Montana and what he is working on is getting better at what has become his passion, swimming […]

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Club team takes silver at Far Western National Qualifier

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN reno, nevada – The So Cal Jrs Volleyball Club-Nu Breed team from Lindsay competed at the Far Western National Qualifier in Reno, Nevada on April 28 through the 30. This ten person team made up of mostly 14-year old’s competed in the 18 and under division of the tournament. Overall the […]

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Blazer boys take second at WYL Championships, girls take fourth

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – Once again the Redwood Rangers reigned supreme at the WYL on May 4. Both the boys and girls side with scores of 141 and 206.16, respectively, at Groppetti Community Staduim. However, due to a late surge in points from the jumpers, the Golden West Blazers boy’s team was able […]

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Rawhide split series with JetHawks

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – The Rawhides (17-14) first sweep of the season still eludes them as Visalia drops the last two to the Lancaster JetHawks (14-17) over the weekend to split the series 2-2. On Saturday May 6, the JetHawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead when Lancaster’s Sam Hilliard rung the top […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending April 29. SMALL GRAINS & OTHER FIELD CROPS: Winter wheat is being cut for silage. Some harvested wheat fields are being sheeped-off before planting to a new crop. Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; some are being cut and baled with the coming of drier weather. Local dairies are green-chopping irrigated oats […]

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Miners drop Blazers on senior night

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – It has been a rough year for the Golden West Trailblazers. The all senior team has lost every West Yosemite League (WYL) matchup this season. In their match the Blazers took their home courts on April 26, but yet it ended in another loss to the El Diamante Miners […]

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Volleyball ‘Train Like a Monarch’ volleyball camp Exeter Monarchs’ coaches Samantha Hilvers, Kathryn Hutcheson, and Elisha Sandoval, along with others, are gearing up for the “Train Like a Monarch” camp. The camp will run from June 12 to 15. There will be two sessions for players of any skill level. The first session will be […]

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Blazers outswim Miners in final dual

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – With the regular season winding down the Golden West Trailblazers made a statement in the West Yosemite League (WYL) by defeating the El Diamante Miners on April 26. Golden West’s girls team was the most dominate in the pool getting the win over El Diamante by a score of […]

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Athlete and scholar signs D-I

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – For some the task of balancing a rigorous class schedule, filled with every advance placement (AP) course imaginable, while doing training to be a D-I recruit may seem impossible. But that is exactly what Exeter Union High School’s Andrea Anez has done in hopes of realizing her dreams. Even […]

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Monarchs split games with Cavaliers

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – If the Exeter Monarchs (14-9; 5-6) wanted to make a late season push toward a Central Sequoia League (CSL) title the odds were against them. Entering last week the Monarchs sat in fourth place in the standings with back-to-back games against the first place Central Valley Christian Cavaliers (19-5; […]

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