Members of this year’s North Sequoia League co-championship team are, from left, Grace Fries, Lilly Graffigna, Sophie McGoldrick, Linnea Leinau, Carly Baldwin, Allison Bernardi, Trinity Curtis, Siena Oswald, Kelsey Montalto, and Hailey Rich. Yosemite and Kerman only had one loss in league play this season, to each other, to share the league title. Coach Gary Blate’s YHS girls teams have won outright or shared the league title 13 of the past 15 years. The Badgers moved on to the D-II playoffs as the No. 6 seed, and were scheduled to face No. 3 seed Monache High of Porterville on Thursday. “I like our chances at Monache on Thursday, we are much improved and learned a valuable lesson with the loss to Kerman,” Blate said.
Members of this year’s North Sequoia League co-championship team are, from left, Grace Fries, Lilly Graffigna, Sophie McGoldrick, Linnea Leinau, Carly Baldwin, Allison Bernardi, Trinity Curtis, Siena Oswald, Kelsey Montalto, and Hailey Rich. Yosemite and Kerman only had one loss in league play this season, to each other, to share the league title. Coach Gary Blate’s YHS girls teams have won outright or shared the league title 13 of the past 15 years. The Badgers moved on to the D-II playoffs as the No. 6 seed, and were scheduled to face No. 3 seed Monache High of Porterville on Thursday. “I like our chances at Monache on Thursday, we are much improved and learned a valuable lesson with the loss to Kerman,” Blate said. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star
Members of this year’s North Sequoia League co-championship team are, from left, Grace Fries, Lilly Graffigna, Sophie McGoldrick, Linnea Leinau, Carly Baldwin, Allison Bernardi, Trinity Curtis, Siena Oswald, Kelsey Montalto, and Hailey Rich. Yosemite and Kerman only had one loss in league play this season, to each other, to share the league title. Coach Gary Blate’s YHS girls teams have won outright or shared the league title 13 of the past 15 years. The Badgers moved on to the D-II playoffs as the No. 6 seed, and were scheduled to face No. 3 seed Monache High of Porterville on Thursday. “I like our chances at Monache on Thursday, we are much improved and learned a valuable lesson with the loss to Kerman,” Blate said. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star

Kerman beats Badgers for share of title

February 22, 2017 08:25 AM

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