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    Baylee Avina plays on softball travel team

    While the softball season ended for most girls at the end of school, players that want to improve their skills look at summer as the time for playing the travel ball circuit.

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    Can I use an underwater camera while fishing?

    Is it legal to use an underwater camera to look for trout in creeks and rivers? Does it matter if it's used while engaged in the actual activity of trout fishing or when not in possession of a fishing pole?

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    Yosemite hosts youth soccer camp

    More than 40 children attended the recent Yosemite High School Youth Soccer Camp hosted by members of the Badger girls varsity and JV teams.

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    Badgers pumping up for 2014 season

    With the season only a little more than a month away the Yosemite High Football team continues its six week training summer program in preparation for the upcoming 2014 season.

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    Mustangs receive top ranking

    Capping a 28-5 season, the Minarets Mustang baseball team was named Cal Hi Sports D-V Team of the Year, although Minarets played in D-VI. With impressive stats, the Mustangs ranked as one of the top teams in state and national categories.

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    Yosemite High pool provides heat relief for many

    With summer temperatures breaking the 100 degree mark, nearly 200 adults and children are taking daily advantage of the Baker Swim Complex at Yosemite High School, 50200 School Road (427).

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    Elite football camp at YHS field

    It's time to get your S.W.A.G. on, as in Students With Aspiring Goals. The program is the brain child of Devon Hilliard, and they are bringing their "Elite" football camp to the Yosemite football field July 31 - Aug. 2.

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    'Free' Madera County Soccer Clinic

    South East Madera County United will be hosting three free soccer clinics for the youth of Madera between between July 29 and July 31.

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    Tribute to an industry

    Despite having a target on his back during this years Logger's Jamboree, on July 5, Nathan Hodges notched his fifth straight and seventh overall "All-Around Logger" title at the 55th Annual Loggers Jamboree in North Fork.

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    Swim marathon raises $6,350

    More than 10,000 laps in the Yosemite High School, the equivalent of 80 miles, swimming by members of the Yosemite Marlins Swim Club during their June 23 inaugural swim-a-thon, to raise money for the non-profit swim team. The swimmers had pledges and then had up to two hours to complete a maximum...

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