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  • Thursday | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Dragons trip Piner in SCL tourney

    Fresh off claiming a Sonoma County League co-title behind a 1-0 season-ending mound gem by right-hand junior ace Maclean Meyn, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity baseball boys started the annual SCL Tournament with a strikingly similar performance by junior left-hander Max Yankovich. The top-seeded Dragons hosted fourth-seeded Piner in Tuesday night's SCL Tourney opener at Arnold Field and, despite committing four errors, managed to twice overcome one-run deficits for a 3-2 lead that turned into the final score as Yankovich struck out 11 batters in going the distance for the win.

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  • Thursday May 14 | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Dragon track teams primed for SCLs

    With the Sonoma County League dual-meet season in their wake, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity boys and girls track and field teams will compete in the SCL championships taking place starting at 9 a.m., May 16, at Elsie Allen in Santa Rosa. The Lady Dragons, entering the SCL meet tied for second place with Piner, are led by record-breaking, pole-vaulting junior Isabel Garon; defending 3,200-meter champion junior Maddie Libbey; defending sprint champion sophomore Kiara Miles; and freshman 400 and 1,600 running standout Amy Stanfield.

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  • Friday May 8 | via Ukiah Daily Journal 

    Lady Cats - 13 wins straight

    The Lady Cats' of Ukiah High School varsity softball continued their unprecedented streak of 13 straight wins and tightened their hold on the NBL championship Tuesday, May 5, by snuffing out upstart Cardinal Newman 3-2 in 8 innings; thereby padding their gaudy 10-1 NBL and 17-4 overall records. Head coach, Gary Venturi explained the rarified position: “This is the best we've done since I took over in 1999: we may have finished 10-4 in league during the Smallcomb era, but we're now three games ahead in first place with three to play.

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  • Thursday May 7 | via Lake County Record-Bee 

    Plenty at stake on Friday for countya s baseball, so...

    LAKE COUNTY >> Clear Lake's varsity baseball and softball teams, both leading the North Central League I as the 2015 regular season enters the homestretch, hit the road today to play the Fort Bragg Timberwolves, who will be trying to play the roll of spoilers. In other Friday NCL I action, Lower Lake's varsity baseball and softball teams visit Middletown while Kelseyville's teams are home against Willits.

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  • Thursday May 7 | via Sonoma Index Tribune 

    Sonoma track girls tie Piner, top El Molino, boys split

    In Wednesday's Sonoma County League dual-meet season finale in Santa Rosa, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity girls track and field team ended up in a rare 74-74 tie with host Piner, with both squads outdistancing El Molino's 21 points, and Sonoma junior Isabel Garon taking her pole-vault success to a new height. With their photo-finish- like ending, the Lady Dragons and Piner will enter the SCL championships, set for Saturday, May 16, at Elsie Allen in Santa Rosa, tied for second place in the final league dual-meet standings.

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Santa Rosa High Schools

Career Academy At Piner-Olivet (2590 Piner Road)
Elsie Allen High (599 Bellevue Avenue)
Grace High (1700 Fulton Road)
Maria Carrillo High (6975 Montecito Boulevard)
Mesa High (1235 Mendocino Avenue)