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Bowling leagues have champs

This column covers August 11 through August 17.
One can tell when the season starts winding down as the reportable scores are fewer and the high games are lower. 

Rivalry: Oakdale routs Sonora, 40-15

Sonora quarterback Sammy Page (5), runs upfield for positive yardage against Oakdale Friday night.
OAKDALE — The 98th football meeting between the Sonora Wildcats and Oakdale Mustangs featured an almost full moon, several thousand spectators, the Stanislaus Sheriff’s department putting taxpayer money to use in an interesting way, the scoreboard displaying incorrect scores throughout the second half, and a lot of points, most scored by the home team.

Eagles spoil Redskins’ season home opener

Calaveras ball carrier Austin Garrant (with ball), tries to break a tackle from McNair defender Malik Grim Friday Night at Frank Meyer Field.
The sun had just set, the lights illuminated the San Andreas sky, the marching band was playing its rendition of the “Tomahawk Chop” and the Calaveras High School Redskins were trotting from the locker room onto the field to begin warm ups.
Football had returned Friday night — the fans knew it, the players knew it. Frank Meyer Field in San Andreas was buzzing with optimism and excitement before kickoff vs. the Division I McNair High School Eagles.

Summerville Bears, coach Sean Leveroos, get first win of season

Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Summerville senior linebacker Nathaniel Ulvevadet ( 33), has a firm grasp of Denair running back Juan Barrera Friday night at Thorsted Field.
The Sean Leveroos era was less than than three minutes old when the Summerville Bears gave the Thorsted Field fans something to cheer about.

Sonoran catches king of salmon

Lou Gonzales, of Sonora, recently returned from a salmon fishing trip to the Kenai River in Alaska, near Soldotna. Due to low return numbers, the Kenai River had been closed to the taking of king (chinook) salmon for the past few years.
Gonzales was amazed at how good the fishing was since the closure was lifted. 

Calaveras hopes to hold off McNair; Road schedule is brutal

Read more... It is going to be tough for the Calaveras Redskins and the McNair Eagles to top the excitement of their high-scoring, seesaw battle from last season. Both teams combined for 103 points and 14 touchdowns. 
But McNair finished with the win, 55-48.

Leveroos ready to start season

Summerville’s Sean Leveroos is entering his first season as the Bears head football coach. Leveroos is a Bear graduate and bleeds orange and black. He will coach tonight against Denair in front of the home crowd at Thorsted Field. Leveroos was kind enough to spend a few minutes with Union Democrat reporter Guy Dossi before Thursday’s practice. —Editor’s note

Cats QB Page ready for shot vs. Mustangs

Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Sonora senior quarterback Sammy Page runs the scout team offense in practice last week at Dunlavy Field.
 Sonora Wildcat senior Sammy Page was Oakdale’s starting quarterback this week in practice at Dunlavy Field. 
And he wasn’t going to put up with anything less than his scout team giving a Mustang-type effort.

Grid preview: Bears want MLL title back in Tuolumne

Summerville senior JT McCready runs during practice last week at Thorsted Field in Tuolumne.
The Union Democrat

In 2013, the Summerville Bears football program was planning for the future. 11 sophomores were brought up to play varsity, and all of them saw significant playing time. They won two games.
In 2014, those 11 players helped lead the Bears to the first round of the Division V Sac-Joaquin Section Championships. Now, those 11 players are seniors and look to use their experience to bring the Mother Lode League Championship back to Tuolumne for the first time since 2009.

Claim Jumper volleyers looking for big improvement this year

Columbia College sophomore Caitie Egger hits Tuesday during the Claim Jumpers practice at Oak Pavilion. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat
 Slow and steady may not always win the race, but it keeps the finish line as an obtainable goal. The Columbia College Claim Jumper volleyball team is working slowly, and steadily, to become a difference maker in the Central Valley Conference. 

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