September 22, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Grizzlies fall to Wolves in tough clash

Mariposa will open Southern Athletic League gridiron action at Gustine Friday night, and the Grizzlies are expected to come out on top and move their season record to .500 while chalking up their first league victory.  More...

Wichmann helps Bulldogs to home-opening win

Mariposa County High School graduate Cody Wichmann (far left, in red) blocks the North Dakota defensive line on a drive in the Fresno State Bulldogs’ win last Saturday night. More...

UCM kicks off athletics

The University of California, Merced, will celebrate the first varsity sporting events on campus this week, with the women’s volleyball team playing its home opener on Sept. More...

Junior cheer clinic slated

The Mariposa County High School Grizzly cheer squad will hold its junior clinic Sept. 26 through 29 from 3 to 4 p.m. Participants will perform at the Grizzlies home game on Sept. 30.  The cost is $30 per child. More...

The Oaks conquer Napa/Brand Auto

In last Tuesday’s Mariposa Parks and Recreation Department’s Adult Softball League action, The Oaks battled Napa/Brand Auto through the third inning to a tie, but erupted for three runs in the fourth, seven in the fifth, and five in the f More...

Doc’s Pigskin Predictions

The last week of nonleague action turned out pretty much as expected, with only one game close. Southern Athletic League (SAL) play begins Friday night, and there may be some mismatches once again.  More...

Junior varsity upended, 12-0

It’s become somewhat of a tradition with Livingston High School football: big, fast running backs.  Mariposa’s junior varsity football team faced a pair of them last Friday night in a non-league clash in Pioneer Market Grizzly Stadiu More...

Spikers open SAL with win over ‘Yotes

The Mariposa County High School varsity girls’ volleyball opened Southern Athletic League play at Denair last Thursday and posted a 3-0 whitewashing of the Coyotes.  “The girls really played as a team against Denair. More...

MCHS soccer downs ‘Cats

Mariposa’s varsity boys’ soccer team moved its Southern Athletic League record to 2- 1 Tuesday afternoon with a 1-0 shutout of Waterford’s Wildcats.  After battling to a 0-0 tie at the intermission, Guy Yager broke loose in the More...

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