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SinCal Derby Vixens make a comeback in Exeter

  The SinCal Derby Vixens, a women’s flat track roller derby team, is rolling again after a two-year hiatus. Team founder Kassie Aguilar said the team was starting from the bottom up with a lot of team members who have never skated roller derby before. “I was getting a lot of emails and people contacting [...]

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Exeter gets eliminated from tournament

  Exeter Babe Ruth, fresh off winning the District 8 Tournament, opened up the Central California State Babe Ruth tournament play on a sour note last week. In its first game, Exeter gave up nine runs in the bottom of the first inning to Santa Maria, winners of the District 6 tournament. Exeter would finally [...]

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DOWNTHE SIDELINE

Lindsay Youth Football now taking sign ups Lindsay Youth Football will be accepting signups for the 2014 youth football season at the Lindsay high school football field from 6:15 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. We will be accepting signups for our Bantam division 5-7 years old, Peewee division 8-10 years old, Junior Falcons 11-12 years old, [...]

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‘Dogs picked to Win MT. West Div.

  LAS VEGAS – For the second consecutive season the Fresno State football team was selected to finish atop the West Division standings in the Mountain West conference, as revealed by the league Tuesday morning prior to kicking off the 2014 MW Media Days at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Additionally, the conference announced five [...]

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Reneau set for nat’l TV

  For local Mixed Martial Arts fighter Marion Reneau representing the Central Valley gives her a lot of motivation whenever it is time to compete. “I just want to make everyone proud”, said Reneau, during a recent training session. Reneau will be able to do just that this coming Friday in Denver, Colo. where she [...]

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Lindsay’s Aquatic center shines in Finals

  Twenty one teams traveled from as far away as Coalinga to join local teams Woodlake, Exeter and Lindsay for the Central Valley Recreation Swim League (CVRSL) All-star Valley Swim Finals July 19 in Lindsay. It marked the first time Lindsay’s Aquatic Center had ever played host to the event. Hundreds of spectators descended on [...]

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Martinez is eating his way to fame

Brian J. Archuleta Sun-Gazette What started out as just something on his bucket list has turned into something that has made him a local celebrity. For Visalia native Pablo Martinez he wanted to cross off a food challenge from his list and on his 25th birthday he decided to just do that as Martinez decided [...]

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Exeter Cowboy stands above the rest

  Exeter Native Bob Mann, AKA ‘BadMan Bob’ returns from New Mexico as the fastest gun in the West as he brought home first place in End of Trail World Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting. “It is a great feeling,” said BadMan Bob about taking home the title. “There is no feeling like it.” But [...]

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Hell of a Half returns to Exeter

By Brian J. Archuleta Sun-Gazette The event that has brought several marathon runners to the City of Exeter is coming back to town. Sole 2 Soul’s Hell of a Half Marathon will be returning on Saturday, August 16. The Hell of a Half Marathon is a paved 13.1 mile looped course that starts at the [...]

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DOWNTHE SIDELINE

Lindsay Youth Football now taking sign ups Lindsay Youth Football will be accepting signups for the 2014 youth football season at the Lindsay high school football field from 6:15 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.. We will be accepting signups for our Bantam division 5-7 years old, Peewee division 8-10 years old, Junior Falcons 11-12 years old, [...]

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