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Rusty Smith steps down as basketball ‘wins leader’ at COS

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – The winningest coach in College of the Sequoias’ history is stepping down. Rusty Smith announced his retirement from coaching, and teaching after 18 years late last week. “I just felt like this was the time for me to retire,” Smith said. “I’m healthy, and want to enjoy my retirement.” The […]

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Sports Extra

Baseball Exeter loses to Selma The Monarchs lost their second extra inning game in three outings on Friday, March 22, when they fell to the Bears 2-0 in nine. It was a scoreless barn burner up to that final inning when Selma scored two in the top. Exeter’s Jaykob Acosta was on the losing end […]

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Woodlake defeats Lindsay 18-1 to pull into second place in the ESL

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – After beginning the season with five straight losses, the Tigers have turned their season around and won their second game 18-1 in five innings over the Lindsay Cardinals. The main reason for Woodlake’s (2-5, 2-1) brief turnaround has been the focus on defense. Earlier in the season they struggled with […]

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Exeter boys and girls finish second and third in Sequoia/Sierra Division

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – If this year’s Monarch Invitational was any indication of how close Central Sequoia League competition is going to shape up, then the results are going to be close. The Exeter girls took third, eight points behind Hanford West, in the Sequoia/Sierra Division, and the boys took second just ahead of […]

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Redwood Warp Up: Track and Field Redwood Boys and Girls shine brightest at home invite

By Krissy Hetherington Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – On Friday, March 15, Redwood hosted their Annual Invitational featuring themselves, El Diamante, Woodlake, Corcoran, Exeter, and Robert F. Kennedy High Schools. Redwood completely swept the varsity competitions in both Girls and Boys with team scores of 293 and 208.5 respectively. Redwood has strong depth within […]

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Baseball: Errors return for Exeter Monarchs in Central Sequoia League opener

Exeter commits nine errors during 9-6 loss to Immanuel Eagles on March 15 By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The Monarchs have struggled with dreadful errors for much of this season, and they were on full display during their Central Sequoia League home opener on Friday, March 15. Exeter committed nine on the day, which […]

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Baseball: Strathmore Spartans jump on Woodlake Tigers early, win 10-2

Strathmore reaches second in the East Sequoia League on the back of Josue Topete’s 3-5 night By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – Someone forgot to remind the Strathmore Spartans they were facing one of the East Sequoia League’s best arms, Robby Stevenson. On Thursday, March 14, they took the Tigers’ ace for four runs in […]

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California remains lax on athletic trainer certification

California ranks second to last in high school sports safety and is the only state that does not require certification for athletic trainers By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – The Exeter Monarchs were playing the McLane Highlanders in a non-league game in Fresno in 2018. Three plays into the third quarter, Exeter’s running back was […]

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Track and Field: Lindsay Cardinals’ runners finish near the top in East Sequoia League opener

Lindsay finishes in the top three in six races during the East Sequoia League Meet in Hanford on March 13 By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN HANFORD – The Lindsay running program continues to reap the benefits of having their own track facility. Five Cardinal runners finished on the podium in six races during the East Sequoia […]

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Monarch 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 Sal Briones Softball Brooklyn Blackmon Swimming Kaylee Nelson – girls’ team Austin Ramos […]

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