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Bear gridders fall to Buffaloes

The Summerville Bears football team suffered a 21-14 defeat to the Amador Buffaloes on Friday night in Sutter Creek.

For full story, see Monday's Union Democrat. 


Volley Frogs beat Lions in 4

The Bret Harte Bullfrog volleyball team didn’t let its lead slip away Thursday night in Angels Camp.

The Bullfrogs jumped out to a 2-0 (25-22, 25-13) lead over Linden, but lost the third game decisively, 25-16.

Just one week ago, Bret Harte won the first two games against rival Calaveras but the Redskins roared back to win the match in five.

The Bullfrogs this time won Game 4, 25-19, and Bret Harte earned its second straight Mother Lode League victory.


Summerville soccer beats Sonora in battle of MLL unbeatens

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Summerville goalie Josh Freedman punches away a scoring threat from Sonora’s Scott Liggett (9) with Bear Trey PetersonWood (22) and Wildcat Missael Vazquez looking to make a play. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat
Before Thursday’s soccer match against cross-county rival Sonora, Summerville assistant coach Shad Flores handed out a small note with three inspirational quotes to every Bears player.

One by legendary NFL head coach Vince Lombardi read: “The measure of who we are is what we do with what we have.”

The other by the Alabama Crimson Tide’s football coach Nick Saban said: “Think about being successful in your position, not on winning. Assume the player you will be playing against is great and motivate yourself to play your hardest.”

And the final phrase belonged to Penn State’s James Franklin: “Focus on the things you can control.”

With those three motivators entrenched and instilled in the minds of the Summerville players, the Bears topped the Wildcats 4-2 in a showdown of Mother Lode League unbeatens at Dunlavy Field.


Frog cross country splits two matches at league meet

The Bret Harte Bullfrogs boys cross country team split two matches at Mother Lode League Meet No. 2 on Wednesday in Sutter Creek. Bret Harte won 19-42 against Argonaut, but fell to Amador 22-33.


Outdoors: Fewer hunters this year at deer check station

The annual deer check station was set up for opening day last weekend, at Highway 108 and Lyon’s Dam Road.

Retired Wildlife Biologist Jim Maddox spent most of his career being present at the event and estimates the station has been opened there for well over 40 years.


Claim Jumper volleyers beat West Hills to open CVC

A 3 hour and 40 minute bus drive to Coalinga from Sonora had little effect on the Columbia College Claim Jumpers volleyball team.

Columbia earned a 3-1 (17-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-17) road victory over West Hills on Wednesday to start Central Valley Conference play.


Cat volleyers beat Skins in battle of champions

As the defending Division IV Sac-Joaquin Section champions, the Sonora Wildcats volleyball team set an early goal of defeating opposing Mother Lode League foes in three sets.

It’s a lofty expectation, but considering the Wildcats return a veteran squad that also made a deep run at the state title in 2013, it’s only fitting.

And on Tuesday in San Andreas, Sonora executed that game plan in a 3-0 (25-23, 25-17, 25-17) win over Calaveras, the 2013 MLL champs.


Bear host Hughson on Saturday

The Summerville Bears football team will host the Hughson Huskies on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Sonora High's Dunlavy Field. Both teams enter the contest with identical 3-0 records.

Friday night lights: Wildcats win, Redskins fall

The Sonora Wildcats finished their preseason football schedule with a 35-23 victory over the Ripon Indians Friday night at Dunlavy Field while the Calaveras Redskins fell at Union Mine 50-14.

For full stories, exclusive comments and photographs, see Monday's Union Democrat. 


Despite Redskins' third loss, future is still bright

If it is true that it is always darkest before the dawn, then the Calaveras Redskins are poised to see the sunrise in the not too distant future.  

Even with a 53-12 loss to the Modesto Christian Crusaders Friday night at Frank Meyer Field, the future is still bright for the Redskins.


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