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    Sports Briefs - week of 4/23/15

    Co-ed Volleyball Tournament - Carnival will support softball - Babe Ruth baseball - YHS softball loses two games

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    Girl’s win league meet

    Prior to the season, it was generally assumed by most North Sequoia League track coaches that the Sierra would be the team to beat. After all, the Chieftains were coming off an NSL championship last season. But that was last season. The Yosemite girls have something to say this season, and the team...

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    National Splash

    Claire Tuggle looks like a typical unassuming, mild-mannered 10-year-old fifth grader - but looks can be deceiving - in a swimming pool, her mechanical skills mixed with her competitive spirit, transforms her into a swimming phenom, showing no mercy to the girls she competes against.

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    Lady Mustangs beat Fresno Christian 15-0

    The Minarets Mustangs softball team (6-10, 1-2 West Sequoia League) beat the Fresno Christian Eagles last week 15-0. The Eagles are in a rebuilding year and have struggled scoring this season.

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    Saturday open house at Yosemite Rivers Fly Shop

    Oakhurst’s Yosemite Rivers Fly Shop, owned by fly fishing guide Jimmie Morales, will be celebrating its sixth year of operation with an open house 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Saturday, April 25, featuring fly tying and casting demonstrations, a barbecue, and raffle.

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    Badgers drop eighth straight, lose to Liberty

    After getting off to a hot start the Yosemite High Baseball team (5-12, 1-6 NSL) lost their eighth straight game last Thursday as the fell to the Liberty Hawks (7-12-1, 5-2 NSL) 5-1 in seven innings.

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    The Oak Creek Intermediate School Raiders girls basketball team

    The Oak Creek Intermediate School Raiders girls basketball team capped off their third consecutive undefeated season with a 10 point win against second place Wasuma Elementary at the recent Maintain Area Tournament. The Raiders were lead by a strong group of eighth graders, including Hailey Rich...

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    Sports Briefs - Week of 4/16/15

    Bloom Run ~ Bass Lake Fishing Derby ~ Golf Tournament

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    Mustangs make semi-finals in Lions Invitational

    The Minarets Mustangs (7-7, 0-0 WSL) returned to San Diego over the Easter break to defend their title after winning the Lions Invitational least year. The team has no returning starters from last year’s team, other then pitcher Riley Hillerman and utility player Justin McLeod.

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    Lopez leaves her mark at Reedley College

    Dahlia Lopez, the 6-foot-2 two-sport standout who graduated from Yosemite High School in 2013, will be taking her athletic skills to an out of state college in the fall - she’s just not sure which one.

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