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Preps roundup:Ellsworth leads ’Frog golfers over Linden

Hannah Ellsworth shot a 4-over par 40 Tuesday to lead the Bret Harte Bullfrogs girls’ golf team over the Linden Lions 200-230 at Greenhorn Creek Resort.

Ellsworth bested the next best score by seven strokes to earn medalist honors.


Hall of Famers

 Eight athletes/coaches will be inducted into the Sonora High Wildcat Hall of Fame during a ceremony Saturday, Nov. 7, at the Elks Lodge. The 2016 class includes Delbert Rotelli (class of ’52), Jeff Juhl (pictured, class of ’69), Robert Cendro (class of ‘75), Roger Canepa (class of ’81), Kelley Clifton Kull (class of ’84), Nicole Taylor Bitting (class of ’88), Jason Hart (class of ’97) and Tacy Riddle Duncan (class of ’97). The ceremony will start at 5 p.m. with a no host bar. Dinner will be served at 6 and the awards will be presented at 7. The cost is $40, or $20 for children 12 and under. Reservations must be made by Oct. 23 with a check made out to the Sonora High School Foundation. Checks can be mailed to Rick Francis, 18440 Lambert Lake Road, Sonora, CA., 95370.

Wildcats continue roll; defeat Bullfrogs in 3

Regardless of whether the Sonora Wildcats are winning by 20 or by two, head coach Kim Evans’ demeanor never changes. For a coach that has yet to lose a set in nearly two years in the Mother Lode League, she remains the most serious and focused person in the gym.


TCAM race throughout California

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 Tuolumne County Aquatics Masters open water swimmers, Joan Turner, 54, works on her freestyle strokes at a recent practice at Sonora Sports and Fitness Center. Tuolumne County Aquatic Masters open water swimmers traversed California competing in both ocean and lake swims throughout September.


Tioga volleyers fall to Stockton

The Tioga Timberwolves girls’ volleyball team fell at home Monday to Stockton Christian in four sets. The ‘Wolves took the first set 25-17, but dropped the next three 25-20, 25-22, 25-18.

Senior Emily Kennedy led Tioga with 25 attack attempts, 10 kills, four digs and two blocks. Jenn Harvey had five kills for the Timberwolves.

During the game, money was raised to help those affected by the Butte fire. 


Tioga (4-7, 4-3 MVL) will next play on Friday in Stockton against Humphreys Able Charter School.

Redskin JV gridders stay unbeaten, top ’Cats

The Calaveras Redskins junior varsity football team kept its undefeated season alive Friday night with a 34-13 victory over the Sonora Wildcats at Dunlavy Field. Redskins quarterback Kyle Byrd threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead Calaveras to its sixth straight victory.

After Mason Dambacher scored on a short run to give the Wildcats a 7-0 lead, Redskin Tristan Madsen answered with a TD run and Calaveras took an 8-7 lead after converting a two-point conversion.

Sonora took back the lead, 13-8, on a Jack Camara run.

Calaveras (6-0, 2-0 Mother Lode League) would take over from there.

Byrd hit Logan Arledge for a 52-yard score to make it 15-13 with 2:49 left in the half.

Byrd added a 2-yard touchdown run with just seconds left in the half for a 21-13 lead.

Byrd hit Dominic DeAngelis for a 21-yard TD and Logan Weatherby plunged in from the 1 in the fourth quarter to finish the scoring.

Byrd also had an interception and Michael Stahel recovered a fumble for the Redskins.

Damien Cress had a first half interception for Sonora (3-3, 1-1 MLL).


The Wildcats next will face Summerville Friday in Tuolumne while Calaveras will host Argonaut at Frank Meyer Field.

Kester hands off play calling

Bret Harte Head coach Casey Kester has been calling plays his whole coaching career. 
But he has since relinquished those duties — something he has done for the last 13 years — so he can focus his attention more on the team, as a whole.

Ulvevadet leading Bears by example

Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Summerville senior fullback/linebacker Nathaniel Ulvevadet runs in practice Thursday in Tuolumne.
 Following a 27-13 loss on the road to Hughson, Summerville running back/linebacker Nathaniel Ulvevadet felt that he let his team down. He rushed for a season-low 13 yards on seven carries, and the Bears fell to 2-2 after losing their second consecutive game.

Skins eye revenge for last year's loss

Calaveras’ Austin Garant (below) carries the ball against the Redskins’ scout team defense Tuesday at practice at Frank Meyer Field.
 For Calaveras, tonight’s game against Sonora was circled on the calendar since last October when the Wildcats rolled the Redskins at Frank Meyer Field 43-0. 
Not only did Calaveras get embarrassed on its own field, but linemen Garrett Heffington was lost for the season on a block gone wrong. 

'Cats excited for 1st home game

The Sonora Wildcat defense (above) huddles at practice Monday in preparation for their game against the Calaveras Redskins tonight at Dunlavy Field.
 Bryan Craig gathered his Sonora Wildcats together at the end of football practice Thursday afternoon on Dunlavy Field and gave them some simple reminders. Mostly about how to prepare for a home game.

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