March 2, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Why worry? MCHS girls breeze past Vacaville Christian behind Dubberke

Boys see hope of repeating as section champions dashed in opening playoff game

Trace DeSandres needn’t have worried. Coach DeSandres admitted he was worried about the matchup with Vacaville Christian in the opening game of the playoffs for his Mariposa County High School girls basketball team. More...

Winter soccer draws mixed reactions from coaches, players alike

Winter soccer.  It almost seems counterintuitive. But that’s the reality for teams in the Sac-Joaqin Section this school year.  Previously, the set up was much different. More...

JV, freshmen teams complete strong seasons

The Mariposa County High School varsity basketball teams have had outstanding seasons, but what about the underclassmen teams?  The boys JV team, boys freshman team and girls JV team each had their own moments of success.  The boys JV team More...

It’s softball season already?

Mariposa County High School’s Leah Lafata is shown uncorking a pitch against the Minarets Mustangs on Friday, Feb. 24. MCHS hosted the scrimmage, in which no score was kept. More...

MCHS girls soccer bows out in opener

The Mariposa County High School girls soccer team went into the playoffs as underdogs.  On Wednesday, Feb. More...

Barrel races in La Grange to benefit law enforcement

A barrel racing event in the area will raise funds to aid law enforcement.  The Law Enforcement Appreciation Barrel Race will take place May 13 at the Mariposa Event Center. More...

MCHS fails to advance wrestlers to state

Over the course of the last month, the matches for the Mariposa County High School wrestlers have been full of intensity.  More...

MMS softball holding Indian taco fundraiser

The Mariposa Middle School girls softball team will be holding an Indian taco fundraiser on Friday, March 3 at the Mariposa County High School Ag Culinary room (room 8) from 3-7 p.m.  Indian tacos are $8 and it costs $5 for strawberry shortbread More...

Camping in February

April Hawley (shown far left), recreation supervisor for Mariposa County Parks and Recreation, leads a group of girls at a recent volleyball camp held at Mariposa County High School. More...

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