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Fifteen of 41 junior .22 shooters with the Mother Lode Gun Club earned awards Tuesday night for marksmanship, sharpshooting, expert, master, and high master level achievements in the club’s youth and young adult fall program for boys and girls ages 10 to 20.

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Calaveras High crushed Western Sierra Collegiate Academy Friday night 56-13 to move onto the second round of CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI playoff.

The Sonora Wildcats varsity water polo girls beat El Camino from Sacramento 19-4 under the lights Thursday evening at Sonora Aquatic Center in a scrappy playoffs match that included a fight with two players ejected late in the first period.

The Columbia College Claim Jumpers men’s basketball team, coaches and supporters are pumped for their home opener against Marin College, scheduled to tip off at 6 p.m. Saturday. Columbia’s Jumpers play again at 6 p.m. Sunday against Diablo Valley College.

A nearly $2 million contract for repairs to Italian Bar Road was approved by the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, more than two years after winter storms wreaked havoc on parts of the road and others throughout the area.

The varsity boys basketball team from Sonora High School, coming off a hard-earned CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship last season, are reloading for another run this winter and they expect opponents to be motivated.

In high school football this week, playoffs matchups for Sonora, Calaveras and Amador were announced Monday by California Interscholastic Federation Sac-Joaquin Section staff in Lodi.

They fought hard to win the Mother Lode League this year and they won their first-round playoff match at home earlier this week, but the Sonora Wildcats varsity volleyball team’s season came to an end Thursday night as they were beaten by a bigger, stronger team in three sets by Central Cath…

The Sonora Wildcats varsity volleyball team defeated Manteca 3 sets to 1 Tuesday night in the 2019 CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Girls Volleyball Division III playoffs, advancing to the second round to face Central Catholic in Modesto at 7 p.m. Thursday.

The Sonora Elementary School eighth grade girls basketball team placed first in the Vonich Invitational hosted by Curtis Creek Elementary School. Pictured are Coach Ray Thomas (back row, from left), Cailey Silva, Madden Suess, Mia Alomia, Hailey Gould, Isabella Carpenter, Cheyenne Matyshock,…