Sports

Archive by category ''Sports

  • SPORTS

    Nielson to defend title at Loggers Jamboree

    Len Nielson surprised many last year when, as a first-time competitor at the Annual Mid-Sierra Loggers Jamboree in North Fork, he defeated perennial champion and hometown favorite Nathan Hodges by a single point.

  • SPORTS

    One of the greatest rivalries in baseball - Giants-Dodgers

    Whether you bleed orange and black, or Dodger blue, it’s fun to rib your buddy about the game, the standings, or in my case, make a friendly lunch wager on each series. My best wager to date involved the loser of the season match-ups having to put the other team bumper sticker on their car...

  • SPORTS

    Mustangs

    “The Road to Rawhide,” starts now for the Minarets Mustangs baseball team. Coach Jesse Darrah is already preparing his baseball team for another run at a sectional title. The Mustangs finished one game shy of a trip to Visalia’s Raw Hide Stadium where the CIF Sectional Championships...

  • SPORTS

    Cross and Stearns do well in all-star basketball games

    Kade Cross and Allie Stearns capped their high school careers with outstanding performances in the East-West All-Star Basketball games held June 25 at Fresno City College, playing for the East teams.

  • SPORTS

    Blast for Badgers July 16

    The 4th Annual Blast for Badgers Sporting Clay Tournament will be held at 9 a.m., Saturday, July 16, at the Sun Mountain Gun Club in Coarsegold.

  • SPORTS

    Busy summer for “Y” team

    The Yosemite High School girls basketball players are participating in various events as the “Y” team this summer, including a tournament at the University of Pacific in Stockton June 11 and 12.

  • SPORTS

    Giants - Dodgers, baseball’s greatest rivalry

    The rivalry began 132 years ago, and it's still flourishing, strong as ever. From my earliest memory, sitting on my father’s lap as we drove to Lost Lake, steering his Mustang, it was there, on the radio. I think I was nearly 4 years-old at the time.

  • SPORTS

    Born to be a Ryder

    When he was 3 years old, North Fork’s Ryder Ellis sat on an off-road motorcycle and immediately decided motocross racing was in his future.

  • SPORTS

    Sports Briefs - week of June 23

    The Yosemite High School Baker swim complex is open for lap swimming from 8:15 - 9:15 a.m. every weekday morning until July 1. This is a trial run to see if there is enough interest in morning lap swim customers. If enough swimmers come for lap swimming, the pool will continue to hold extended hours...

  • SPORTS

    Mentoring a new generation of hunters

    Question: I just took my first Hunter Education Class at the age of almost 60. I am interested to put my training into practice and bring my kids and grandkids into it as well. What is a good plan to begin hunting that can include all of us, since I have never had anyone to teach me how to start?

View More