February 16, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Bruins vanquish Grizzlies in first round  Free Access 

Riverbank's Bruins, the third-ranked Division IV team in the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs, vanquished Mariposa's Grizzlies Wednesday night, 63-41. More...

PLAYOFF OUTLOOK

Lady Grizzlies on the bubble

Mariposa’s varsity girls’ basketball team sits on the precipice of tumbling into or falling out of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV playoffs. More...

Williams joins his brother at NSU

Bryce Williams, the youngest son of Matt and Jeri Williams of Cathey’s Valley, spent Feb. 2 like some other hardworking high school athletes. He participated in National Signing Day for NCAA football.  More...

Kentucky stays runaway No. 1 in AP Top 25

Kentucky and Syracuse remain Nos. More...

Frosh tie for first

Last Friday night, Mariposa’s freshman basketball squad dumped Gustine, 44-22, to finish Southern Athletic League play tied for first place with Ripon Christian. More...

Donkey hoops return

Mariposa FFA brings donkey basketball back to town on Tuesday, Feb. 21 in the Mariposa County High School gymnasium.  The game starts at 6 p.m. Tickets are available from any FFA member or at the door. More...

MCHS hoops team advance to playoffs  Free Access 

Despite last Friday night's defeat at the hands of Le Grand, Mariposa's boys' basketball team will open the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV playoffs at Riverbank. More...

Wildcats walk away with SAL tourney crown, MCHS second

As forecast, Waterford’s experienced Wildcats took home the team trophy from the Southern Athletic League wrestling tournament held in Mariposa last Saturday. It was the first time MCHS had hosted the event since 1989.  More...

Baylor remains top ranked

After a crazy week in which 15 of the Top 25 teams lost, Baylor remains the unanimous No. More...

Mariposa crushes SAL foes, faces ‘Dogs on Friday night

Although the results of this Friday night’s Southern Athletic League match-up between Mariposa’s Grizzlies and Le Grand’s Bulldogs may throw a wrench into Sunday’s final playoff power ratings, it isn’t highly likely.&nbs More...

JVs run away from Eagles

Break-away buckets, mainly from guard Philip Rauch, paced Mariposa’s junior varsity to a narrow 64-60 Southern Athletic League Tuesday night, avenging a previous defeat at the hands of the young Eagles.  The Grizzlies trailed, 18-14, at th More...

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