August 18, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

A new ‘skate’ of mind

Mariposa native’s skateboarding company is thriving

Sometimes, our wildest dreams do come true. Such was the case for former Mariposa resident Derek Sego. Sego, 28, no longer lives in Mariposa, but the dreams he formed as a youngster in Mariposa have expanded more than he likely ever dreamed. More...

Kari, Quinn hope to add depth to football team

The success of football teams often boils down to the depth of the roster. The sport is physically taxing, and the season is a long one, meaning players will be injured or tire down. More...

The rugged life of a sports writer:

A behind-the-scenes look at the 49ers

Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series about the author’s experience as a reporter writing about the San Francisco 49ers football team. More...

A YOUTH MOVEMENT

MCHS netters young, but hungry

The Mariposa County High School Grizzlies are coming off a volleyball season in which they earned a share of the league title before going on to lose to Turlock Christian in the playoffs, 3-1. More...

MCHS cheer hosting junior clinic in September

The Mariposa County High School cheerleaders will be holding a junior cheer clinic on Monday to Thursday, Sept. 12-15 from 3-4:30 p.m.  The clinic will be held at MCHS and will cost $35 per participant. More...

Bears football holding breakfast Friday

Mariposa Bears Youth Football and Cheer will be hosting a fundraiser breakfast at Steve’s Sportsman Cafe on Friday, Aug. 19 from 7-11 a.m. and on Saturday, Aug. More...

Martial Arts Academy holds Pokémon event, even gets the parents involved

Mariposa Martial Arts Academy held its first ever Pokémon: Catch Them All Parents Night Out event on Friday, July 22. “Our event was a huge success,” said MMAA director Angie Bond. More...

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