May 25, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Tough sledding

MCHS struggling to repeat as section champions

Mariposa County High School received two fortuitous occurrences last week on the softball diamond. For starters, they had the chance to host a home playoff game. More...

Grizzly soccer team nets three All-Leaguers

The Mariposa County High School girls soccer team had three players named to the Southern League All-League ranks for the 2016-17 season. More...

Angie Peters wins RCWGC annual tourney

Under blue skies and with lush course conditions, members of the River Creek Women’s Golf Club held the annual Ethel Jordan Memorial two-day tournament at River Creek Golf Course.  More...

Grizzly Hall of Fame tickets still available

An exciting night is planned for Friday, June 16 in Mariposa.  Mariposa County High School will be holding its Grizzly Hall of Fame and Scholarship event.  More...

Mitchell Green leads the way for youth trap team

Mariposa youth trap shooting team member Mitchell Green posted one of the top scores at a competition in Kingsburg last Saturday.  Competing in the varsity division, Green shot a 98 out of 100 and then shot 25 straight in a tiebreaker to win sec More...

Diamondmen aim to stun Bradshaw again

MCHS came back from hole last year

Their backs are against the wall, but they aren’t going to back down.  MCHS lost 10-0 to Bradshaw Christian in five innings of play on Saturday, May 20, in the second round of the Sac Joaquin Section Division VI playoffs. More...

Miners earn several medals at regional meet  Free Access 

The Mariposa Miners competed recently at a regional track meet, hosted by Stanislaus County. The meet was held at John F. Kennedy School in Ceres. More...

Athletes come up short in Masters track-and-field quest

No track-and-field athletes from Mariposa County High School will advance to the Sac Joaquin Section Masters competition.  Only athletes who placed fifth or higher in each event at last week’s Sac Joaquin Section Division IV-V event advan More...

Mariposa FC, Parks and Rec to form new youth soccer league

Mariposa Fire FC is partnering with Mariposa County Parks and Recreation to form a new youth soccer league.  More...

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