October 13, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Griz ground Eagles, face Coyotes next

There is a wide margin between the top echelon of the Southern Athletic League football framework and the lower teams, which are getting crushed by the top three teams in the league, Le Grand, Mariposa, and, believe it or not, Delhi.  More...

JV Bears drop a heart-breaker

The junior varsity Bears lost a close one to Gustine at home on Saturday, 18-13. Pictured above, Riley Gibson makes a mad dash through the Gustine defense for a first down. More...

VOLLEYBALL

Lady Grizzlies trounce Denair

Following their first Southern Athletic League (SAL) defeat at the hands of Ripon Christian last Thursday, Mariposa’s Lady Grizzlies bounced back at home Tuesday evening, ripping Denair’s Coyotes, 3-0 (25-0, 25-13, 25- 9).  More...

Soccer squad ties last two foes

In their last two Southern Athletic League matches, Mariposa’s young soccer squad has registered a pair of ties.  Tuesday afternoon the Grizzlies rebounded in the second half to deadlock with Denair’s Coyotes, 1-1. More...

Doc’s Pigskin Predictions

There were no upsets this past week as the Southern Athletic League (SAL) moves into the second half. Le Grand put away a potential contender easily, while the Grizzlies continue to out-class their opponents.  More...

ADULT SOFTBALL

The Oaks, Outlaws advance in tourney

Playoffs began last week in the Mariposa Parks and Recreation Department’s Adult Softball League.  In the first game, Haztech Systems took and early lead in the first inning, 2-1, but the Oaks added a run in the second, five in the third, More...

GOLF TOURNAMENT

Pioneer Market raises $21,071 for Grizzlies

Last Wednesday at the Sierra Meadows Country Club golf course in Ahwahnee, Pioneer Market held its fifth annual Sports Challenge Golf Tournament, and raised $21,071.47 for Mariposa County High School athletics.  A total of 140 golfers participat More...

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