September 15, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Wolves invade Grizzly Stadium Friday night

Livingston’s Wolves will bring a potent ground game to Grizzly Stadium Friday night as the Mariposa County High School Grizzlies attempt to bounce back after last week’s non-league home opening loss to Orestimba, 29-22.  More...

Williams takes the field in South Dakota

Mariposa County High School 2008 graduate Matt Williams took the field for the opening game of the NCAA season. More...

Doc’s Pigskin Predictions

Livingston and Le Grand hooked up in one of the more entertaining games in a while. It was an offensive show, with neither team able to make defensive stops when needed, until near the very end. More...

JVs pummeled by Orestimba, 35-12

In its second game of the season, Mariposa’s junior varsity football squad was trounced by Orestimba last Friday night in a non-league contest, 35-12.  The young Warriors’ passing attack and overall speed was too much for Mariposa, w More...

Soccer squad registers SAL win

Mariposa’s varsity boys’ soccer team started off Southern Athletic League play on the right foot Tuesday afternoon, at least on the right foot of Ryland Radanovich who scored two goals to pace a 3-2 MCHS victory over Ripon Christian.  More...

Spikers handle Modesto Christian

Mariposa’s varsity girls’ volleyball team completed its nonleague preseason schedule Tuesday night in Modesto with a convincing 3-0 victory over Modesto Christian’s Crusaders.  Khrissy Schellentrager had an outstanding match wi More...

Young Mariposa athlete earns televised honor

Hard work pays off. Just ask Mariposa Grizzlies junior varsity football player Jarrett Williams. His efforts have earned him an invitation to play in an All- Star Bowl Game in Dallas, Tex. in December.  More...

Funds released

Earlier this week, the Mariposa County High School Quarterback Club released just over $4,800 to the Mariposa County High School Athletic Department to assist in transportation expenses for all sports teams.  More...

ADULT SOFTBALL

Traitors register win over Triangle Outlaws

In last Tuesday’s Mariposa Parks and Recreation Department’s Adult Softball League action, the Traitors scored four runs in the second, third, and fourth innings en route to a 15-3 victory over the Triangle Market Outlaws. More...

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