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Youth Soccer Exeter opens youth soccer registration The City of Exeter’s Recreation Department is accepting registration for their summer youth soccer league. This league is for boys and girls ages 3 to 14. Some leagues will be co-ed. Games will be played at Dobson Field on Saturday mornings and some evenings. Coaches will determine practice […]

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Offense comes alive for the Rawhide

Visalia takes three of four game series against Modest By Jill Gearin Rawhide Baseball VISALIA- Rawhide are now 16-4 at home after defeating the Modesto Nuts 5-1. Rawhide scored first in the second inning off a double steal. Camden Duzenack stole second and Jorge Perez stole home. Josh Green, who started for the Rawhide, gave […]

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Rawhide get shut out for the second time this season by the Nuts 9-0

Visalia’s Matt Mercer gives up five earned runs in shutout loss By Jill Gearin Rawhide Baseball VISALIA- Rawhide snap a 11-game win streak at home and drop game two of a four-game series against Modesto. Rawhide starter, Matt Mercer, gave up five earned runs on six hits and two walks in five innings. All five […]

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Lindsay’s McKaylie Caesar achieves two wins at East Area Qualifier

By Patrick Dillon @Pdillon_SGN TULARE – The new era of qualifying for the valley track meet began last Wednesday with the first ever East Area Qualifier Tournament taking place at Tulare Union High School last Wednesday. The new model of qualifying replaced the Division II Championships, and split the Central Area into the East and West […]

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Exeter wrestler Eric Mittlestead follows in father’s footsteps

By Patrick Dillon @Pdillon_SGN EXETER – Eric Mittlestead became the first Monarch to sign a Division I National Letter of Intent in two years last Wednesday. He will be following in his fathers’ footsteps, Eric Mittlestead Sr, in becoming a wrestler for the CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners. “The hard part is over,” Eric said. “I’ve worked the […]

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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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