June 30, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

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Tony Williams named softball Small School Coach of the Year  Free Access 

CalHiSports honors Williams

Softball coach Tony Williams has turned the Mariposa County High School Grizzlies into a softball dynasty. He was recognized for that fact by CalHiSports.com. Williams was named Small School Coach of the Year in late June. More...

Students push with hard work, earn black belts at martial arts demo

Nobody is saying the kids of the Mariposa Martial Arts Academy are ninjas, but no one has seen them and ninjas at the same time.  They certainly looked like ninjas at the 2016 Black Belt Graduation on Friday, June 24 at the Mariposa County Park More...

Tennis in training

The Mariposa Miners Special Olympics team members are taking tennis lessons from Mariposa Tennis Friends’ members Lynn Northrop, Irwin Iida and coach Sarah Brewster. More...

Mariposa 50/70 dominates competition

The Mariposa boys baseball 50/70 Intermediate All Stars won their District 73 All Stars Tournament on Tuesday, June 21 and was set to go into the section tournament. More...

THROW BACK

A look back at the 1975 MCHS football team — is it the greatest?

It’s been just over 40 years since the Mariposa County High School Grizzlies football team made a remarkable run in one of the school’s greatest seasons ever. More...

7-on-7 provides worthwhile practice for MCHS gridders

Perhaps you’ve heard of seven-on-seven football . Maybe you’re wondering what it is and why more and more high school teams seem to be taking part in it during the summer months. More...

Moore, Maddox, Ellis among those recognized for golf seasons

The Mariposa County High School golf team caught the attention of many this season, including Merced County media.  Mariposa golfers Josh Moore and Mark Maddox were named to the Merced Sun-Star’s All-Area Golf Team in the June 20 sports se More...

Baca, Chambers hold tourney for projects

Why not go out with a “bang?”  That’s exactly what Jacob Baca and Brad Chambers, two seniors at Mariposa County High School, decided to do for their senior project. More...

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