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Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Calaveras golfer Brenna Dunn takes a mighty swing.

The Bret Harte Bullfrogs girls’ golf team defeated the Calaveras Redskins Tuesday afternoon at Greenhorn Creek Golf Resort. 

Bret Harte will battle the Hughson Huskies on Thursday, and then will host The Linden Lions Oct. 6 at Greenhorn Creek. 

Calaveras Will host Modesto Christian at La Contenta Golf Club on Thursday and will host Ripon on Oct. 8

Preps roundup: Sonora volleyball keeps on winning

The Sonora Wildcats continued its perfect Mother Lode League season with a 3-0 sweep over Linden Tuesday night at Bud Castle Gym. The ’Cats took the three sets 25-11, 25-10, and 25-21. Sonora has yet to lose a set in MLL play.


Jr. football

Guy Dossi / Union Democrat Sonora Jr. Cats running back Jack Teem (16) follows the block of teammate Chris Rylands.
The Sonora novice Jr. ’Cats defeated the AMA Bullfrogs 14-7 Saturday afternoon at Sonora High’s Dunlavy Field. Jack Teem scored twice for the ’Cats, while Elijah Robinson scored for the ’Frogs. Sonora will host Amador next Saturday, while the Bullfrogs face the Bears in Tuolumne.

Preps roundup: Sonora golfers finish tournament in 2nd place

The Sonora High girls’ golf team had a strong outing Monday afternoon at the Midseason golf tournament held at Micke Grove Golf Links in Lodi. 

The ’Cats finished in second place with a 420, only behind Ripon’s 404.


Deer hunter numbers down at 108 check point

The opening weekend of deer hunting had a lower number of hunters and harvest numbers that were checked in last Saturday at the check station on Highway 108 and Lyons Dam Road (formerly called the Long Barn Check Station). The warm, dry weather may well have been a factor. The number of deer checked in reflects a historically low number of deer aged. 


Summerville soccer cruises past Sonora

Thorsted Field on Thursday had the feel of a Friday night football game. Parking turned into every man for himself. Seating was limited. And fans were excited to root for their team. But there was no football being played. It was a high-energy soccer match between the Summerville Bears and the Sonora Wildcats. 


Bears host Buffs for homecoming

Cut: Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Summerville Bears seniors (from left to right) Jake Fulkerson, Taylor Gempler, Nathaniel Ulvevadet, Lauren Adams, JT McCready, Miranda McKenzie, Kole Elkins, Bailey Nelson (front) is ready for homecoming tonight at Thorsted Field. The Bears host the Amador Buffaloes at7:30 p.m.
Tonight may not be a must win for the Summerville Bears, but it’s pretty close. Amador brings its 2-1 record to Thorsted Field, and if the Bears cannot give the Buffaloes their second loss of the season, they will have a tough mountain to climb through the rest of the Mother Lode League slate.


’Frogs itching to earn Big Game victory

Head Coach Casey Kester and his Bret Harte Bullfrogs were about 10 minutes into a rapid paced passing drill Wednesday when the gasps for air grew louder and the feet became heavier.

“Gentlemen, things are getting sloppy because you’re getting tired,” Kester said. “Sloppiness will not beat Calaveras.”


Defending champ Wildcats open MLL against Argonaut

Cut: Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Sonora senior defensive end/receiver Jacob Dowler takes on a block Wednesday during practice at Dunlavy Field.
 Sonora’s first string defense was lined up against the scout team offense Thursday afternoon and Wildcat defensive coordinator Jed Malone yelled out, “C’mon (Jacob) Dowler, this is all you." The senior defensive end crept closer and, on the snap, charged in on a blitz and was in the face of quarterback Sammy Page in a split second. If he got there any quicker, he would have stolen the snap.


QB Byrd looks to lead ’Skins to another win

In the first game of the season, the Calaveras Redskins hosted the McNair Eagles at Frank Meyer Field. The ’Skins had the ball on their own 29-yard line and senior quarterback Dylan Byrd scanned the defense. He noticed he had single coverage with no safety help to his left guarding senior receiver Trevor Ramirez. He made eye-contact with Ramirez, and changed the play at the line of scrimmage. 


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