October 6, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Penalty-plagued Grizzlies prevail

There’s a word that has become the name badge of Mariposa County High School football teams over the past few seasons: Defense.  It was the Grizzlies’ defense that stymied Ripon Christian’s previously effective aerial attack l More...

Golf tourney raises scholarship money

On Saturday, Sept. 24, Mariposa Rotary held its annual Mollie Suh Yaley Scholarship Golf Tournament. More...

Doc’s Pigskin Predictions

Well the Southern Athletic League (SAL) is beginning to shake out, and there are some definite trends. More...

VOLLEYBALL

Spikers remains undefeated in SAL

After a convincing 3-1 Southern Athletic League over archrival Le Grand Tuesday (25-23, 23-25, 26-24, 25-20), Mariposa’s varsity volleyball team boosted its unbeaten league mark to 6-0.  More...

ADULT SOFTBALL

Haztech wins as league winds down

In last Tuesday’s week’s final regular season action in the Mariposa Parks and Recreation Department’s Adult Softball League Haztech Systems edged the Outlaws, 12-11. More...

JVs spank Knights, 21-7

The screen pass has become a potent weapon for Mariposa’s junior varsity football team, especially in the hands of Philip Rauch.  Last Friday night, Mariposa County High School downed Ripon Christian’s Knights, 21-7, to move its Sout More...

Diggin’ it out

Jill Ballinger | The Gazette Sophomore Tierney Pretzer digs deep to return a Turlock Christian serve during the junior varsity game last Thursday. The JV Grizzlies took the match, 2-1. More...

Soccer squad falls

Mariposa’s varsity boys’ soccer team dropped a 5-2 Southern Athletic League match to Le Grand’s Bulldogs Tuesday afternoon, moving the Grizzlies’ league mark to 3-4 and 4-7 on the season.  Ryland Radanovich and Dillon Ack More...

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