November 3, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Bearing down on opponents

Bears notch some of their finest seasons in memory

‘Twas the week before playoffs, and all through the houses of Mariposa Bears players, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.  The cleats were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that a Super Bowl title soon would appear.  More...

Tip A Cop event set for Friday

On Friday, Nov. 4 from 4-8 p.m., officers from the Mariposa Sheriff’s Office will be serving meals at Steve’s Sportsman Cafe. More...

Griz stuck in mud, blow lead

It was a muddy performance.  Despite forcing six turnovers in the first half, the Mariposa County High School football team fell to the Denair Coyotes, 26-12, on Friday, Oct. 28, in what could fairly be dubbed “The Mud Bowl.”  More...

Laughs and fluff, it’s Volleypuff

Class of 2018 reigns during lighthearted event

Nobody knew what to expect at last week’s Volleypuff matches.  Volleypuff is a chance for the boys of Mariposa County High School to take the volleyball court and show what they’ve got.  The games don’t count for much, bes More...

Miller Jensen continues to cheer on Griz

Injuries are part of football, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to deal with. Especially when they occur during a player’s senior year. Miller Jensen knows what that feels like. More...

Netters end season with win, but fail to qualify for playoffs

For the first time since 1999, coach Debbie Leonard and her Mariposa County High school Grizzlies did not qualify for the postseason.  “I was bummed that we just missed the playoffs,” said Leonard. More...

Book signing scheduled

Author and Mariposa native Billy Hawes will be holding a book signing for his new novel, “Baseball Boys: Collision,” this Saturday at the Mariposa County Library. The signing is set for 1 p.m.   More...

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