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’Cats win section! Sonora to play in Masters tourney at Reserve in Stockton

Read more... The Mother Lode League shouldn’t feel to bad not being able to hand the Sonora golf team a single defeat.
The Wildcats on Monday continued their special season by winning the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V championship at La Contenta Golf Club in Valley Springs. 


Bullfrog swimmers win league

The Bret Harte boys’ and girls’ swim teams clinched the Mother Lode League title Friday in their home water. 
The boys easily out-distanced the competition with a high-score of 442. Sonora finished second with 330 points and was followed by Calaveras (202) and Linden (129).
The girls results were a lot tighter with the Bullfrogs leading the way with 335 points, followed by Sonora with 330, Calaveras with 202, and Linden 129. 

Summerville baseball wins MLL championship

Summerville traveled to Linden Monday and brought back the Mother Lode League baseball championship to Tuolumne.
The Bears, who have learned the art of late inning rallies, did it again against the Lions, scoring four runs in the top of the sixth and two in the seventh to knock off the defending MLL champs 7-3 and clinch the league title.


Powerful ending: Bailey’s homer lifts S’ville over Calaveras

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Jesse Jones / Union Democrat Summerville’s Chace Bailey is mobbed by teammates Friday after smacking a two-run homer in the 10th inning to lift the Bears over Calaveras in Tuolumne.
 The Summerville Bears girls’ softball team had nothing to lose heading into its Friday afternoon tilt against the Mother Lode League’s second-place team, the Calaveras Redskins.
With Calaveras eyeing a possible Mother Lode League title, and Summerville’s playoff hopes long gone, Chace Bailey delivered what could be the knock-out punch to the Redskins’ championship hopes as she smacked a game-winning, walk-off two-run home run in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Bears a 5-3 victory.

Bears beat ’Skins in 5; grow MLL lead

Sometimes it’s like the old saying, it’s better to be lucky than good. Fortunately for the Summerville Bears boys’ baseball team, it was both lucky and good Friday against Calaveras.
Timely hitting, mixed with walks and dropped balls helped propel the Bears to their 13th Mother Lode League win by defeating the Redskins 13-1 in Tuolumne. 

Section championships: Bears to host, Reds on road

Summerville soccer will host a first round playoff game Thursday, May 7 while higher-seeded Calaveras will be on the road when the Sac-Joaquin Section Soccer Championships begin.

Playoff-bound Bears lose finale

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Summervilles Mali PetersonWood uses fancy footwork Thursday to maintain possession for the Bears against the Linden Lions at Thorsted Field in Tuolumne. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat
Win, lose, or draw, regardless of the outcome heading into Thursday night’s game, the Summerville girls’ soccer team knew it was already playoff bound. Even with the security of knowing they have another game to play, the Bears wanted to give their seniors a good memory in their final regular season game on Thorsted Field, but they would not get that coveted win, falling to Linden 2-0.

Bears beat Argonaut, take sole possession of 1st with Sonora loss

The Summerville Bears grabbed sole possession of first place Thursday with a 13-3 six-inning victory over the Argonaut Mustangs in Tuolumne.
The Bears win, combined with Sonora’s 2-1 home loss to Amador puts Summerville (12-3 MLL) up by one game with three to play.

Winter league winners named

This column covers April 7 through April 19.
It appears that as the leagues are finishing, bowlers are running out of “bowling” energy as the scores for the past two weeks are somewhat on the low side.



Mother Nature spoils stream trout opener

The stream trout season opened Saturday and it’s an event that usually draws big crowds to the mountains. This time, Mother Nature said not so fast and dumped rain and snow in the high country, which included Pinecrest, Strawberry, and above.

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