For the second year, Minarets High School’s baseball team will host its Military Appreciation Game to honor veterans and show appreciation of their service starting 4 p.m. Friday, April 28, as they welcome the Fowler Redcats.
The Yosemite High boys golf team continues to dominate the North Sequoia League after its sixth straight tournament victory on April 19 at Eagle Springs, while senior Spencer Uzzell continues his quest for his third North Sequoia League MVP award.
Last week was a good week for the Minarets Mustangs as they climbed back into the West Sequoia League race by soundly defeating Caruthers 10-1 for their first league loss on the season, and beating Riverdale in extra innings 2-1.
It took a few walks, a high pitch count, and an incredible defensive stop by a recent JV call-up, but Tyler Matyshock, a sophomore pitcher for Yosemite High School’s varsity baseball team, has added his first no hitter to his young career.
Yosemite High School’s softball team (5-11, 0-3 North Sequoia League) took a 2-0 lead over league powerhouse Sierra High (11-2, 2-0 NSL) on Wednesday, but the Chieftains were able to rally back in the bottom of the fourth for a 7-2 win.
Its been a Jekyll and Hyde season for the Minarets Mustangs baseball team (10-7, 0-2 WSL). After starting the season 7-1, the Mustangs have struggled finding consistency between the lines going 3-6 after the promising start to the season.
Yosemite Gateway Babe Ruth baseball is organizing teams for this upcoming season. Babe Ruth is for baseball players, ages 12-15, that are no longer eligible to play Little League. The league is expected to field three teams, including Mariposa.