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  • SPORTS

    Five seniors should help make volleyball team contenders

    Although Yosemite High volleyball coach Michele Chenowith has five experienced players returning for their senior year - Dainya Debock, Kailei Gould, Shelby Biscaglio, Autumn Mitchell, and Hannah Morrison, the season could be challenging after losing four senior starters to graduation.

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    Building a foundation

    All sports are based on a solid foundation - first you start with foot work ... this is why soccer is good for children at a young age. The boxer standing in the ring is not much different then the batter standing in the box, both must start with a strong, athletic foundation, legs outside their...

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    Three-way scrimmage Thursday at Minarets

    The Minarets Mustangs held their annual Purple-Gold varsity and JV inter-squad scrimmage in North Fork last week.

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    Sports Briefs - week of August 27

    Soccer Clinic Sept. 12 - Wawona golf tournament Sept. 19 - Golf tournament will benefit Boys & Girls Club Sept. 25 - Rotary Golf Tournament Oct. 17

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    Action ends race season in fifth place

    Downhill ski racer Emerson Action, 12, of Ahwahnee, took her “Badger Pass” ski skills to compete with hundreds of girls in the “North Series” competition, bringing home four medals and three trophies, placing her fifth overall in the 12 and under division.

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    Grizzlies playoff tickets on sale

    The historic 2015 Fresno Grizzlies are continuing their march towards the postseason and today the club announced that tickets to all five potential playoff games at Chukchansi Park are now on sale.

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    Yosemite football coach wants to “Paint the Town Blue”

    When JD Burnett took over the Yosemite High School football program in April, he said one of his goals was to build community support for the Badgers, and he is optimistic his “Paint the Town Blue” campaign will help do that.

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    Minarets football coach optimistic about new season

    With the first game of the new football season just two weeks away, there are new expectations for this years program at Minarets High School under Coach Bob Kelly, in his third year at the helm.

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    Clean Slate

    California Highway Patrol officer Vince Roeber was at the Yosemite High School pool last Friday - not for a lesson in defensive driving - but to help get the Badger water polo teams up to speed for the season ahead.

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    Youth football teams prepare for Aug. 29 opening games

    Nearly 100 players on four Yosemite Badger Youth Football teams began practice last week, with season-opening games on Aug. 29 in Dos Palos.

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