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Bears edge Argonaut in 9 innings

The Summerville Bears boys’ baseball team kept their perfect Mother Lode League record intact with a 5-4 extra inning victory over Argonaut, Wednesday in Jackson. 

Wildcat golfers beat Redskins to stay perfect in MLL

Sonora's Serge Kirluk hits an approach shot on Wednesday at La Contenta Golf Course in Valley Springs. JESSE JONES / UNION DEMOCRAT
The Sonora boys’ golf team had a strong outing Wednesday at the La Contenta golf course in Valley Springs, beating the Calaveras Redskins 213-222.

Nugget shooters on target at CYSSA event

The second competition of the 2015 California Youth Shooting Sports Association season took place Saturday at the Los Banos Sportsmen’s Club. 

Clubs from the Mother Lode Gun Club, Sonora High School and Summerville High School made the trip to the valley to compete.

Washed away

Sonora High Schools’ Bev Barron and Dunlavy fields were a wet mess Tuesday afternoon. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 Winter made a comeback Tuesday and washed away the entire slate of high school contests. Sonora tennis was rescheduled to today and will host the Mother Lode League leading Amador Buffaloes at 3:30 p.m. at Columbia College. The MLL-leading Wildcats golf will also today visit the defending league champion Calaveras Redskins at 3:30 p.m. at La Contenta in Valley Springs.

3 ’Cats, 1 Redskin are Lions All-Stars

Three Sonora Wildcats and one Calaveras Redskin will represent their teams this summer in the prestigious 42nd annual Lions All-Star Football Game at Tracy High School.

Wildcats Serge Kiriluk, Zerek Saldivar and Kahale Warring and Redskin Connor Hamilton were named to the North squad Monday in a press release.

Slope stars

Dodge Ridge Race Team member Varun Suklikar during the 2015 USSA Far West Central Series. Suklikar won the under 14 age division. Courtesy photo.
The Dodge Ridge Race Team will be recognized today by the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors for claiming its fifth straight United States Ski and Snowboard Association Far West Central Series Silver Cup despite challenging conditions, namely the lack of snow. The board is likely to approve certificates of recognition to the team and individually to Varun Suklikar, Evan Lear and Stash Perry for first-place wins in their age group. Dodge Ridge skiers compete against teams from Bear Valley, Badger Pass and China Peak.

Bears rally to win again

What a week it has been for the Summerville Bears baseball team.
It’s been almost unbelievable.

Bears rally for 8-7 win over ‘Cats

Summerville Bear infielder Sam Burns receives a throw on Wednesday in a Mother Lode League game in Tuolumne. MAGGIE BECK / UNION DEMOCRAT
When Sonora’s Carter Denton saw the pitch go to the backstop, without hesitation he charged down the third base line.
Summerville catcher Darren Warnock chased the ball with cat-like reflexes and Bears pitcher Sam Burns stormed home wanting to make up for what he felt was an errant toss.

Preps Roundup: Wildcat netters defeat Bullfrogs

Sonora’s Spencer Lyons stayed unbeaten this season and helped the Wildcats coed tennis team to 7-1 victory over the Bullfrogs at Columbia College.

Lyons earned a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Adeen Gonzalez, who is Bret Harte’s No. 1 singles player and was previously undefeated.

“Spencer played another good match,” said Wildcat head coach Sam Segerstrom. “He’s just a great competitor and has a knack for getting the job done. His opponent was real good at the net and it looked like it might be a good match, but Spencer didn’t let it turn out that way.”

Sonora golfers take 1st at MLL tourney

Serge Kiriluk shot an 11-over par 83 to lead the Sonora Wildcats to a first-place finish on Tuesday in the Mother Lode League Midseason golf tournament held at Greenhorn Creek in Angels Camp.

Kiriluk finished four shots ahead of teammate Hank Kolpack, who fired an 87. 

The Wildcats finished the day with a total score of 452, 55 strokes ahead of the Bret Harte Bullfrogs (507) and 69 shots in front of the Calaveras Redskins (521). Rounding out the scores, Argonaut was fourth at 555, followed by Summerville at 561, Linden at 580 and Amador with a 683.

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