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Preps roundup: Mays, Kiriluk lead Wildcat golfers over Argo

Sonora’s Sam Mays birdied and eagled the last two holes in succession Thursday to become co-medalist with teammate Serge Kiriluk and help lead the Wildcats over the Argonaut Mustangs 210-249.

PetersonWood shot highlights Bears win over 'Cats

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Sonora Wildcat Kylie Berger (left) and Summerville’s Shiloh Quincy (32, right) battle for possession Thursday night during the Bears 4-0 victory at Dunlavy Field. JESSE JONES / UNION DEMOCRAT
There is not much that Mali PetersonWood can’t do on the soccer field. In a 4-0 win over Sonora Thursday night at Dunlavy Field in Mother Lode League play, PetersonWood made a shot that would have made NFL kickers jealous.

Qualified successes: Six to represent Mother Lode in Boston Marathon

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Runners (from left) Gary Deacon, of Sonora, Tiffany Nunes, of Soulsbyville, Lisa Hieb-Stock, of Sonora, and John Hieb, of Murphys, all qualified and will race Monday in the 118th Boston Marathon. MAGGIE BECK / UNION DEMOCRAT
The Mother Lode will be well represented Monday at the 118th Boston Marathon, as Darlene Bruce, Gary Deacon, John Hieb, Lisa Hieb-Stock, Chris Kalton, and Tiffany Nunes qualified to take part in one of the world’s most famous races.

Over 35,000 runners are expected to participate in the 26.2-mile race, and for Deacon and Hieb, this will not be the first time to experience the pageantry of the event.


Sonora boys, girls swimmers sweep Calaveras

Sonora had a great day in the pool Wednesday afternoon, as the Wildcat boys and girls swim teams swept the Calaveras Redskins 108-62 and 127-43, respectively, at the Sonora High pool.

Calaveras soccer girls edge Sonora

One goal was enough Tuesday for Calaveras to top Sonora in girls’ Mother Lode League soccer action at Frank Meyer Field in San Andreas.
MacKenzie Hamilton knocked in a corner kick for the lone goal, as the Redskins beat the Wildcats 1-0.

Summerville to host first meet at new digs

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The Summerville Bears long distance team (from left) junior Candela Fernández Reino, junior Stephen Higginbotham, sophomore Colby Dibble, senior Constantin Moses Rust, junior Benjamin Richardson, junior Jake Noonan, sophomore Ashley Mikita, freshman Haley Brower, and freshman Matthew Hartwig stretch Tuesday before practice. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 Summerville High is 11-years removed from the last time the Bears track and field team hosted a meet at Thorsted Field, but on Thursday, four schools will travel to Tuolumne for the first Mother Lode League event of the season.


Preps roundup: Summerville baseball thumps Amador

Case Dailey pitched three no-hit innings and also drove in two runs in Summerville’s five-run first inning Tuesday to lead the Bears over the Amador Buffaloes 9-1 in Tuolumne.

Redskins grid star Hamilton to play at DIII Simpson

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Calaveras Redskins senior Connor Hamilton will play college football next season at Simpson College, a division III school in Iowa. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
Calaveras Redskins senior running back Connor Hamilton was one of the toughest ball carriers in the Mother Lode League in 2014 and enjoyed a monster season piling up yards and touchdowns for the Redskins on his way to the Offensive Player of the Year award.
This upcoming fall, Hamilton will take his skills 1,750 miles east to Indianola, Iowa, 30 minutes south of Des Moines, to continue his football career for Simpson College of Division III.


Soph. Slater stars for Sonora swimmers against BH

The Sonora and Bret Harte swim teams split in a Mother Lode League match Friday in Angels Camp. The Wildcat girls were able to top the Bullfrogs 95-74, but the boys were unable to follow the girls lead, and fell 94-76. The loss was the first of the season for the boys.

Tracksters strong at Thunder Invitational

Sonora’s Angela Gardella and Bryce Sanguinetti and Calaveras’ Alexander Robie all earned first places Saturday in their respective events as the Wildcats, Redskins and Bret Harte Bullfrogs all competed at the Thunder Invitational Track meet at Rocklin High School.

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