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Lindsay Cards drop two against Sierra Pacific

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN lindsay – Entering this week the Lindsay Cardinals sat in second place in the East Sequoia League (ESL) with a real chance to close in on their first league title in more than ten years. But back-to-back losses to first place Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 11-5 on April 25 and 5-1 […]

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Rawhide miss out on first sweep

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – Winning back-to-back games over the first place Modesto Nuts (14-10) had the Visalia Rawhide (13-10) in perfect position to get their first sweep of the season. Visalia defeated Modesto by a score of 5-4 on April 28, then again on April 29 this time getting the win 5-3. But […]

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Swimming Registration for Exeter Eels swim team All ages up to 18 are encouraged to sign up for the Exeter Eels swim team on May 1 and 2. The one requirement for participants is that they are able to swim the length of the pool. Registration will take place at the Exeter Union High School […]

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Jones signs to Cal Lutheran

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – In the upcoming months Drake Jones will hand in the blue and gold of the Exeter Union High School Monarchs and put on the purple and gold of the Cal Lutheran University Kingsmen. On April 18 Jones made it official as he signed a letter of intent to attend […]

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Public addresses WUSD board, accuses coach of misconduct

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN woodlake – Parents of volleyball players organized against head volleyball coach Yvette Garcia last week during the WUSD board meeting on April 19. Together they made accusations and claims against the current Tigers coach during public comment. Accusations ranged from bullying to inappropriate removal of the junior varsity head coach. During […]

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Cardinals extend first place lead in ESL, defeat Corcoran 12-2

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN lindsay – The road for the Lindsay Cardinals (12-8;9-0) to the top of the East Sequoia League (ESL) has not been without its fair share of difficulties. From issues like their head coach missing practice due to an illness in the family, to one of their best players, in Natalie Frias, […]

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Exeter Monarchs take second in CSL tourney

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN dinuba – It was under blustery conditions at Ridge Creek Golf Course in Dinuba on April 20 when the teams of the Central Sequoia League (CSL) hit the links for their fourth mini tournament of the season. It was the CSL’s perennial powerhouse the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers who took the […]

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Farmersville crumbles under Titans’ hitting 17-1

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN farmersville – Sole possession of first place of the East Sierra League (ESiL) was up for grabs on April 19 as the Farmersville Aztecs (14-8; 6-1) and the Orange Cove Titans (11-8; 6-0) faced off for the first time this season. Both undefeated in the ESiL up until this point this […]

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Monarchs split games, remain in 2nd

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – The Exeter Monarchs (16-7; 2-2) remained in second place after losing to the Kingsburg Vikings (13-8-1; 4-0) 10-0 on April 19. That loss gave back the advantage that Exeter had gained on April 19 when they defeated the Immanuel Eagles (6-14; 0-3) by a score of 12-2. The Monarchs […]

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