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Redskins softball rolls over Wildcats

The Calaveras Redskins girls’ softball team swept a doubleheader Friday afternoon, beating the Sonora Wildcats 18-1 and 19-2. 
Sophomore Kayla Kappmeyer and senior Marissa Hukkanen combined to strike out 10 in the first game.

Preps roundup: Bears bounce back vs. Frogs

The Summerville Bears bounced back Friday after a tough loss Thursday at Sonora, beating the Bret Harte Bullfrogs 7-2 in Angels Camp.


3 ’Cats in hoops All-Star contest

Sonora girls’ basketball head coach Amy Santos will have one final opportunity to coach two of her senior Wildcats as Bailey Henington and Sandra Renda will play for Santos in the 6-County All-Star Game, Friday, May 1

Baseball ’Cats claim 1st place with win over Bears

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Carter Denton storms home with Sonora’s sixth run in the second inning Thursday in the Wildcats’ 9-0 victory over the Summerville Bears at Bev Barron Field. Jesse Jones / Union Democra
Sonora wins Round 2.
Tyler Casteel hurled a two-hit shutout Thursday to lead the Sonora Wildcats over the Summerville Bears 9-0 at a crowded Bev Barron Field, and claim sole possession of first place in the Mother Lode League.

Preps Roundup: Baseball ’Frogs knock off red-hot Lions

The Bret Harte Bullfrogs went on the road Thursday and defeated the red-hot Linden Lions, 4-2. 
Linden had won five of games and had surged into third place in the MLL.

Anglers to find low waters for stream trout opener

The stream trout season opens Saturday and anglers will find low water levels in all area streams, especially the South Fork Stanislaus in the Strawberry region, due to a minimum outflow from Pinecrest Lake. 

Signing star: Multi-sport standout Henington to play volleyball at Asuza Pacific

Read more...Sonora Wildcat senior Bailey Henington has a list of athletic accomplishments that many can only dream of achieving. She now can add collegiate athlete to her long list after signing her National Letter of Intent last week, agreeing to attend Azusa Pacific University and continue her stellar volleyball career.

 


Wildcats, Bears play today for 1st place

Round one went to Summerville in the first Mother Lode League meeting with Sonora. The Bears got the better of their cross-county rivals in an 8-7 come-from-behind win earlier in the month in Tuolumne. 
Now, three weeks later, both teams have identical 9-2 league marks and first place is at stake today when Sonora hosts Summerville at 6 p.m at Bev Barron Field.

Argo comes from behind to beat ’Skins

The Calaveras Redskins baseball team lost 6-5 to Argonaut Tuesday afternoon in Jackson. 

Preps roundup: S’ville soccer knocks off undefeated Amador

The Summerville Bears girls’ soccer team handed Amador its first loss of the season Tuesday, a 2-1 decision at Thorsted field. 
Summerville has won its last four Mother Lode League games. 

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