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Lindsay swims to personal best

  The Lindsay Cardinals welcomed the Woodlake Tigers to the pool on Thursday, April 10 and bested them with an outstanding performance. Out of 39 individual swims the Cardinals had 35 personal best times. According to Cardinal Head Coach Brandy Zike. Leif Caesar and Maddie Caesar made the Consideration time for Division II Valley in [...]

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Woodlake Girls take ESL meet

  Woodlake hosted their East Sequoia League meet on Wednesday, April 9 using their brand new all-weather track which they installed over the summer. The Woodlake girls put together a show on the short distance and long distance runs also in the jumping which helped propel them to the winning mark of 157.75, a good [...]

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Monarchs roar gets louder

  The Exeter Monarchs ended a seven-game losing skid on April 8 as the Monarchs defeated the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 8-2. Then on Friday night the Monarchs demolished the Cavaliers 19-8. In the two games the Monarchs mustered up 23 hits and needed to stay hot heading into the Visalia-Tulare Invitational. On Saturday the [...]

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DOWNTHE SIDELINE

Youth Soccer Leagues now forming in Exeter The City of Exeter’s Community Services Division is now accepting registration for the 2014 Youth Soccer League for boys and girls ages 4-14 years old. The ages as of July 1,2014 will be the age your child will play under. The season is set to begin on Saturday, [...]

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Aztecs leave wins on base in league games

  The Farmersville Aztec Softball team lost to the Orange Cove Titans 7-2 in an East Sierra League match up on Thursday, April 10 in Farmersville. Marissa DeLoera was 1 for 2 for the Aztecs with a double. Nicole Navarro was 1 for 3 with a run scored. Emily Mendoza had a triple with an [...]

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Exeter trying to catch a break

  Jim Strable and his Exeter Monarch team traveled to Kings River Country Club in Kingsburg on Thursday, April 10 for the fourth Central Sequoia League Mini Tournament. Exeter took an all too familiar second place, once again behind the league leading Central Valley Christian Cavaliers. While Exeter improved from last week’s CSL Mini Tournament, [...]

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Monarchs compete hard

  Exeter competed against the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers and the Immanuel Eagles on Wednesday, April 9, and performed well in the unusually high degree heat. Monarch’s Head Coach Darin Lasky said that “we prepared for [the heat], we cut workouts down the last couple of days, so we were ready, but it affected the [...]

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Tigers silence Grizzlies

  The Woodlake Tiger softball team defeated the Granite Hills Grizzlies 11-7 in an East Sequoia League matchup on Friday, March 11 in Woodlake. Woodlake opened up the game by scoring two runs in the first inning and scored two more in the bottom of the third inning on a single by Jade Price that [...]

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Cardinals keep pushing forward

  The 2-11 (1-6) Lindsay Cardinals continued their season on Friday as they hosted the 10-2 (7-2) Sierra Pacific Golden Bears. With the loss to Sierra Pacific on Wednesday, 16-2 in Hanford still an open wound the Cardinals nearly erased an early six run deficit but came up just short losing 9-4. “It’s a tell [...]

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Ron Robinson Classic in full swing

  The Woodlake Tigers and Farmersville Aztec baseball teams both came away victorious in their opening games in the Ron Robinson Classic Baseball Tournament in Woodlake on Saturday, April 12 in Woodlake. Farmersville defeated Orosi 12-1 and Woodlake beat McFarland 12-2. The Aztecs opened up the tournament against the Orosi Cardinals. The Cardinals immediately loaded [...]

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