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The last Apache to leave the dugout May 17 was also the one who delivered the biggest offensive play of the night as Sanger dueled arch-rival San Joaquin Memorial for the Division II championship at Pete Biden Field in Bob Bennett Stadium.

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The last Apache to leave the dugout May 17 was also the one who delivered the biggest offensive play of the night as Sanger dueled arch-rival San Joaquin Memorial for the Division II championship at Pete Biden Field in Bob Bennett Stadium.

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Vern Summers leaned on the fence just beside the Apache dugout, watching Sanger take on rival El Diamonte from Visalia in the California Interscholastic Federation Central Section Division II playoff quarter final.

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Birds cried out overhead as Seth Maxwell swung his club and hit the golf ball in a high arc over the fairway and toward the green of hole No. 4 at Sherwood Forest Golf Club.

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Sophomores Adrian Cuellar and Jayden Olea crossed the finish line strong in the 800 meters amongst the fastest runners in the event, rewarded immediately by their coach and teammates. 

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Playing water polo, Addison Williams dispatched other teams with ease, casting an intense gaze at her opponents and staring down goalies as she threw the ball into the back of their net. 

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Mission Oak athletes warmed up in left field while pitcher Emily Fortaney practiced with catcher Katelyn Estep just outside of Sanger’s Apache softball diamond fences. 

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Andrew Mitchell, sports information director at the University of California Merced, reached out about one of his school’s standout volleyball players — Jose Leon Gomez. 

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Sanger's team this year rockets to a 9-2 record, looking strong and wanting to make a statement

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Central capitalized on a Sanger volleyball team that got a little distracted in the opening round of the Sanger Slam Tournament on March 1.

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Running coach Sean Marzolf had predicted the Sanger High girls record in the 1,600 meters might fall at the Buchanan Distance Classic on Feb. 22.

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Most of the Sanger crowd that drove down to Tulare Union’s Bob Mathias Stadium remained long after home team Tulare Western celebrated winning the California Interscholastic Federation Central Section Division II Championship on Feb. 22.

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Cameron Stanley knelt down and touched the oversized arrowhead logo painted on the newly refurbished hardwood at center court in the Coach Dean Nicholson Gym.

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Sanger’s boys varsity soccer team kicked the ball around the field as officials temporarily delayed the second-round playoff game against visiting Righetti High of Santa Mara.

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No matter the scoreboard read 79-41 in a win for the San Joaquin Memorial Panthers on Feb. 5 and the home crowd cheered the Fresno private school team like they had accomplished something like a playoff victory.

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Near the start of the second half against San Joaquin Memorial, junior guard Jesse Piceno attempted a rebound at the Panthers’ basket, leaping so high it looked more like a block. 

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On the main soccer field at Edison High, the lack of lighting meant that the game between the Apaches and Tigers started at 3 p.m. on Jan. 16.

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On Jan. 12-13, the Apache Boys Volleyball Club 17’s Team, a group comprised of 10 Sanger students ranging from eighth to 12th grades, traveled to San Mateo to participate in the Northern California Volleyball Association’s Far Westerns Bid Tournament.

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With the first game of the regular season completed just minutes earlier and an unsatisfactory 2-1 loss on their record, Sanger’s Apaches got a stark piece of advice from their head coach.

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With about 4 minutes left, Roosevelt built a 41-29 lead on Sanger’s Lady Apaches after the Rough Riders’ Quierra Murray nailed a layup on a fast break.

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