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Sean Leveroos is new coach of Bears

Read more...After a four-month search, Summerville High School has found its new head varsity football coach and it found someone who bleeds black and orange.

Bash fest

Jeff Tressler of Pine Grove (747) drives on top of a car driven by Tuolumne’s Jesse Madden. Jesse Jones / The Union Democrat
Hundreds attended the annual Me-Wuk Bash demolition derby Saturday night at Mother Lode Fairgrounds and watched Ryan Chivers, of San Jose, win the overall title. All proceeds from the event benefited Mother Lode Fairgrounds.

Kiriluk 2nd at Atwater tourney

The Sonora High golf team held its own against larger division I and II schools Monday at the Atwater Invitational at Stevinson Ranch Golf Club. The Wildcats finished in fifth place out of 22 schools.

Muehlbauer makes history at Old Mill Run

Riva Muehlbauer made history at Saturday’s Old Mill Run.
Not only did the 33-year-old runner win the women’s championship at the Columbia State Historic Park 10K, but her time of 41:37 was good enough to win the overall crown as well.
It was the first time in the venerable race’s 37-year history that a woman has done so.

Redskins soccer falls to 1st-place Amador

The Calaveras Redskins girls’ soccer team lost 2-1 Thursday to the Amador Buffaloes in Sutter Creek.
The Redskins were trying to hand the Buffaloes their first Mother Lode League defeat but ultimately suffered their first taste of defeat in conference play.

Wildcats bounce back with win over Bullfrogs

The Sonora Wildcats used everything from small ball to long ball to beat the Bret Harte Bullfrogs 12-6 Friday afternoon in Angels Camp.
The win might not completely wash away the bitter taste of losing to Argonaut 8-4 Thursday, but it helps.

Kiriluk to play golf for Chico State

Read more...The moment Sonora senior Serge Kiriluk put pen to paper Thursday afternoon in the Bud Castle Gym foyer, he agreed to stay a Wildcat for the next four years. However, he will exchange his green and gold for red and white, as Kiriluk signed his National Letter of Intent to play golf at Chico State University.

Deaver, Peterson, Porovich roll high scores

This column covers March 31 through April 6.
Longtime bowler Gene Deaver (Umchu Full House) had the men’s high game honors for this report with a 289, while Bruce Peterson (Young at Heart) rolled the men’s high series with a 753.
Lynn Porovich (Monday Nevada) rolled the women’s high game and series for this report with 233/593.

Trout Fest in Moccasin a success

Last Saturday, I attended the Annual Trout Fest at Moccasin Creek Hatchery, along with Bert Kronnick, a local collector of vintage fishing tackle.

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.

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