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More honors for SRJC swimmers

Thirteen Bear Cubs from the men's and women's swimming earned All-American honors for their efforts this past season. Read Article →

High school coaching vacancies

By MICHAEL COIT THE PRESS DEMOCRAT El Molino, Windsor and Montgomery high schools are seeking coaches. *El Molino volleyball: El Molino High School has opened the hiring process for a ... Read Article →

Cardinal Newman to host wrestling camp

Cardinal Newman wrestling coach Francisco Manriquez will be overseeing a pair of summer wrestling camps at his school on June 27-28. Manriquez will be assisted by Ricky Alcala, a Division I All-American wrestler, and Hector Sandoval, a JC All-American. Read Article →

Basketball: Mora, Jessup lead teams to victories

The West swept both the boys and girls games in the Redwood Empire All-Star Basketball Game at Rincon Valley Christian High School. Read Article →

SRJC roundup: Volleyball, soccer standouts making move to four-year schools

Four Bear Cubs - two in women's soccer and two in volleyball - will be moving up to play for squads in four-year universities. Read Article →

Small school basketball stars on display

Girls, boys all-star games to tip off at Rincon Valley Christian High School Read Article →

Former Casa Grande athlete to host softball camps in Petaluma

Ashley Ludlow will hold camps in late June Read Article →
Technology High's Mary Aguilar, left, sings for her mother, Marilyn. Mary, who has been openly gay since middle school, was the best player on her school's basketball team this season. (Kent Porter / The Press Democrat)

Tech’s Aguilar is a 1-girl fast break (w/video)

Openly gay Mary Aguilar feels just as comfy on the court as around the tiny campus. Read Article →
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Empire duo achieve personal bests in state track finals

Two athletes advanced to the finals of the CIF championships. Read Article →

Empire duo reach CIF state track and field finals

Hay advances in boys 800, Scranton in girls discus Read Article →

49ers’ Harbaugh to be featured at SRJC football fundraiser

The 49ers coach will be the featured guest at the program's June 14 fundraiser at the Friedman Center in Santa Rosa. Read Article →
Rancho Cotate high jumper Justin Zinnerman hit a 6-9 at the NCS Meet of Champions despite tweaking his ankle on a previous jump.
(CHRISTOPHER CHUNG / The Press Democrat, 2013)

State track meet: Rancho’s Zinnerman ready for high jump

The Rancho Cotate star is looking for more after his NCS title last week. Read Article →

Sonoma State: Baseball, softball standout selected to All-American teams

George Asmus and Megan Koieczka were Division II All-American honorable mentions. In other news, soccer star Taylor Varnadore and tennis standout Sara Celma were named athletes of the year. Read Article →

PD Preps Insider: Track star picks graduation over state meet

Casa Grande's Caleb Lundquist will skip CIF championships in Clovis Read Article →
Lea Butler practices the pole vault at Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa on Tuesday. Butler finished second in the recent state meet, clearing 11 feet, 7 1/4 inches. (Photo by Christopher Chung, The Press Democrat)

SRJC’s Butler raises the bar

Rancho Cotate grad achieves new heights after dedicating herself in the weight room. Read Article →
baseball

Vikings’ Long drives in winning run to lead NBL past SCL

The North Bay League edged the Sonoma County League 1-0 Sunday. Read Article →

High school results for Sunday, June 1

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NCS baseball: Point Arena falls short

St. Bernard ace strikes out 14 Pirates, corrals NCS Division 6 title in 5-0 win Read Article →
Casa Grande's Nicholas Rauch races to a second-place finish in the boys 1,600 meters at Saturday's Meet of Champions at Cal. (John Burgess / The Press Democrat)

NCS track & field: Casa Grande’s Rauch heading to state meet

Gauchos standout among several Empire athletes to qualify for CIF meet. Read Article →

High school results for Saturday, May 31

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NCS Meet of Champions: Scranton, Bertsch bound for state

Petaluma field star and Santa Rosa high jumper will compete in Clovis next week Read Article →

NCS playoffs: Point Arena focused on title despite turmoil

It's been a tumultuous week for Pirates, but all they can think about is a Division 6 championship showdown against St. Bernard Catholic. Read Article →

Are you going to the World Cup? Tell us

Can we get this in today’s paper and online over the weekend? Whether you are traveling for the globe’s most popular sporting event or will take in the games locally, we’d like ... Read Article →
Petaluma junior Allison Scranton won the shot put title at the Sonoma County League meet earlier this month.
JOHN BURGESS / The Press Democrat

Petaluma’s Scranton looks to reach state track and field meet

Petaluma star digs for title shot while at the same time, playing on traveling hoops team. Read Article →

High school results for Wednesday, May 28

Here are high school playoff results for today Read Article →

NCS playoffs: Montgomery, St. Vincent go down on the road

The Vikings baseball team was shut out 9-0 at College Park in a Division 2 semifinal matchup. The Mustangs softball team was edged out 6-5 by Ferndale in Division 5. Read Article →
Kayla Aggio, top, grapples with an opponent during a match against Midland University in the Oklahoma City Dual tournament last October.
RICH TORTORELLI / Oklahoma City University Athletics, 2013

Padecky: Rancho Cotate grad Aggio peaking while grappling tragedy

145.5-pound titlist at nationals, Aggio will wrestle at U.S. World Team Trials. Read Article →
Montgomery's Matt Miller hits a line drive over third base during the Vikings' NCS Division 2 second-round game against Newark Memorial in Santa Rosa last Friday. (CONNER JAY / The Press Democrat)

NCS: Montgomery set for baseball semifinal

St. Vincent softball team travels to Ferndale for Wednesday's contest. Read Article →