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Cardinals rattle Tigers to shake up ESL standings

The 2-6 (2-1) Lindsay Cardinals entered Friday night’s game against the first place 4-4 (2-1) Woodlake Tigers with the hope of upsetting the Tigers to turn the East Sequoia League into a four team race for the league title. With Sierra Pacific, the leagues last undefeated league team falling to Granite Hills on Thursday night [...]

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Aztecs prove they belong in D5 race

Friday night’s matchup was ill suited for the faint of heart as the lead changed hands more times than you could count. The Farmersville Aztecs let up 42 points to the Immanuel offense, including a 95 yard catch and run to put them in a four point hole late in the game. Farmersville made the [...]

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Spartans cannot tame the Panters

The Strathmore Spartans headed to Kings County to take on the Corcoran Panthers in an East Sequoia League match up this past Friday. The Spartans who were looking to pick up their first ESL win could not do so against the Panthers as the Spartans fell 42-14. The Spartans two touchdowns came from running back [...]

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Exeter close to the top in league

The Monarchs have only had to play six sets in two games as Exeter has toppled the Dinuba Emperors on the road (25-17, 25-6, 25-11) on Tuesday Oct. 21 and the Selma Bears (25-8, 25-8, 25-14) on Thursday Oct. 23 at home. Taking to their home court after a strong win on the road, the [...]

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Tigers continue to take care of business

The Woodlake Tigers (16-10, 6-0) took the match three to one (25-12, 17-25, 25-20, 10-25) on their home court Wednesday, Oct. 22 against the Strathmore Spartans (11-9, 4-2). Woodlake Head Coach David Huerta was pleased with his team’s performance and glad that they came to play with nothing more on their mind than their opponent. [...]

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Cardinals soar over Golden Bears to victory

The 7-13 (3-2) Lindsay Cardinals welcomed to town the 4-10 (0-4) Sierra Pacific Golden Bears as both teams continue East Sequoia League play. The Cardinals led by Jessica Pabon would fight to keep within striking distance of the first place Woodlake Tigers, as the Cardinals win 3-1 (25-16, 18-25, 25-23, 25-12) “It took us a [...]

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Farmersville looking to get over the hump

The Farmersville Aztecs welcomed the McFarland Cougars to town on Wednesday, Oct. 22 for a makeup of an early East Sierra League match up that was postponed. With the Aztecs showing signs of improvement all season long, they just could not muster up the strength to finish strong in each set to defeat the Cougars [...]

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Golden Bears run wild in victory over Spartans

The 6-1 (2-0) Sierra Pacific Golden Bears came rumbling into Strathmore on Friday night to take on the 3-4 (0-2) Spartans. Led by their leading running back Kenneth Littlejohn, who had close to two hundred yards rushing on the night as the Golden Bears ran away with a 56-14 victory over the Spartans. Strathmore head [...]

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A Cat fight extends Tigers streak

After a strong 42-27 East Sequoia League opening win against the Strathmore Spartans, Woodlake returned home to welcome the Corcoran Panthers to town. The Tigers did not miss a step as they returned to their ground and pound offensive, and smothering defensive play on their way to a 14-6 win on Friday Oct. 17. Tigers [...]

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Monarchs get out ran by Cavaliers running game

The Exeter Monarchs were hoping to turn things around in Central Sequoia League play Friday night against the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers. With it being the Cavalier’s homecoming night, the Cavaliers were looking to get into the win column as well when it comes to Central Sequoia League play as the Cavaliers had fallen a [...]

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