Granny basketball doubleheader takes over Tuolumne County
Experience a unique event harkening back to the Roaring Twenties, with Granny Basketball taking place in Tuolumne County. This doubleheader promises both action and camaraderie, featuring participants ranging in age from their 50s to their late 70s. It's an affirmation that sports can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The game stands out, with its specific rules and vintage wardrobe, offering spectators a taste of the past and straightforward amusement.
Summerville Bears Run Over Modesto Christian Crusaders
The Summerville Bears visited Modesto Christian last night knowing two things: they had to do a good job on defense against an outstanding passing team, and the line had to win the battle of the trenches in order to control the tempo of the game and give the offense scoring opportunities. As the game came to an end, it was clear that the Bears had accomplished both tasks as they celebrated a 49-to-12 victory.
Tight-knit Jimmies swimming and diving team working to overcome obstacles
Sep. 22—JAMESTOWN — The swimmers and divers who make up the University of Jamestown swimming and diving team are relying on themselves as they learn to work with their third coach in the three-year history of the program. On Aug. 17, Craig Mallery was announced as the head...
Sonora football's Edgar DeLuna named Class 2A Built Ford Tough Texas HS Player of the Week
Please consider a subscription. Much of the coverage for the 2023-24 season will be exclusive to subscribers. Sonora football's senior runningback/linebacker Edgar DeLuna was selected as the Class 2A Week 4 2023 Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week. In a 45-18 win over Alpine last...
Red Hawks drop home match to Wildcats
The Calaveras High School girls’ golf team had a great day out on the links, but just didn’t have the end result they wanted. The Red Hawks shot their home season low, yet were unable to capture the victory. Calaveras lost to the Sonora Wildcats 218-235 on Tuesday afternoon at La Contenta Golf Club in Valley Springs. Calaveras’ previous low score while playing at La Contenta was 242.
High School Football Approaches Mid-Season
Sonora, CA — The Sonora High Wildcats football team is hoping to extend a three-game winning streak, Summerville High is on a bye, and Calaveras High is seeking its first win. It is week five of the high school football season. Sonora High (3-1) will travel to Merced County...
Sonora Completes a Perfect Road Trip And Calaveras Gets First Win
The Sonora Wildcats finished off a perfect three-game road trip on Friday night with a 42-13 win over the host Livingston Wolves. The game started off all Wildcats. After scoring on their opening drive, the Sonora defense forced a fumble on the next play from scrimmage and recovered the ball in Livingston territory. A few plays later, quarterback Adam Curnow ran an option keeper in for the touchdown. After the ensuing kickoff, the Wildcat defense notched their second takeaway when defensive back Jonathan Curran picked off a deep pass attempt from the Wolves near midfield. Bryce Nicholson finished off the Sonora drive with his second touchdown of the night, giving the Wildcats an early 21-0 lead. However, Livingston would not go away and put together a solid drive for a touchdown to make the score 21-6 after one quarter.
Red Hawks top Summerville on the links; Tapia shoots a match-low 54
The first time that the Calaveras High School girls’ golf team took on the Summerville Bears, the Red Hawks knew that no matter what happened on the course, they would finish the day in the win column. With Summerville only fielding three golfers, Calaveras picked up the forfeit victory.
Bret Harte records a season-low score to capture win No. 6
The last time the Bret Harte High School girls’ golf team played at Teleli Golf Club in Sonora, the Bullfrogs shot a 209 and lost. When the Bullfrogs returned to Teleli, the score was lower, and the outcome was better. Bret Harte captured its third win in a row...