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Contributions from three local players weren't quite enough for the County to win its third straight over the City in the annual all-star football game on June 14.

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Reedley Babe Ruth baseball will host the District 3 tournament for 13- and 14-year-olds beginning Friday, June 21, at the Reedley High School varsity diamond.

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Josh Franco, director of athletics and varsity baseball coach who led Immanuel High School to three Central Sequoia League championships and the 2016 Central Section Division 4 crown, is leaving the school for a position in the Fowler Unified School District.

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BMX riders from throughout Central California and other regions of the state participated in a double points state race at the Airtime BMX track off Frankwood Avenue near Great Western Elementary School. An estimated 310 riders competed and a crowd of about 700 attended the day-long event.

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Reedley High School's North Yosemite League champions placed four players on the all-league premier team, highlighted by league Most Valuable Player Emma Mulligan.

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Six players representing Reedley and Orange Cove were members of the County All-Star baseball team that lost by a 9-0 score to the City All-Stars on May 25 at Chukchansi Park in downtown Fresno.

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Reedley High's Emma Mulligan and Immanuel High's Brianna Duncan will be in opposite dugouts for the annual Fresno City-County All-Star softball game on Wednesday, June 19, at Fresno State's Margie Wright Diamond.

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Reedley High School honored one of its finest senior girls classes and one of its top female athletes in recent years, as well as a star male standout in the water, during the school's 2018-19 Athletic Awards program at the RHS Performing Arts Theatre on May 23.

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Immanuel High School's Blue & White Excellence Award winners for 2018-19 is highlighted its Female and Male Athletes of the Year — volleyball standout Danielle Jefferies and baseball standout Derek Wood.

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Immanuel High's co-champion baseball squad placed four players on the all-Central Sequoia League first team for 2019, highlighted by league Pitcher of the Year JT Friesen.

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Immanuel High junior Carissa Hall turned in fifth place finishes in the girls long jump and triple jump — falling just short of qualifying for state — at the May 18 Central Section track and field championships at Buchanan High Veterans Stadium in Clovis.

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The season came to unexpected early end for the Reedley and Immanuel High baseball teams as well as the Pirates' NYL champion softball squad.

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The Reedley Buccaneers came up just short of capturing the Central Valley Athletic League overall championship, falling by a 6-3 score to the Jefferson Patriots from Madera on May 9 at Reedley High.

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Four Reedley College sophomores and two freshmen combined for a fifth place team finish at the California Community College Athletic Association men's golf tournament on May 13.

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The Reedley High girls track and field team made it three consecutive North Yosemite League team championships in convincing style on May 3, rolling up 177 points including four individual victories to overpower the field at the league meet at Sunnyside High School in Fresno.

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Four Riverview K-8 School girls track athletes completed their postseason in style at the Valley Youth Championship Meet at Buchanan High School on May 4.

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The Reedley Buccaneers reached the finals of the Central Valley Athletic League postseason tournament by edging Sanger, 7-6, at Reedley High junior varsity diamond on May 6, 2019.

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Reedley High's girls rolled to a second consecutive North Yosemite League swim championship, compiling 616.5 points to roll past second place Sunnyside in competition at Fresno High School on April 27.

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The Immanuel High Eagles were three outs away from seizing control of the Central Sequoia League baseball race on April 26, but Selma High rallied for two runs in the seventh to pull out a 2-1 victory at The Yard.

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Even though the Reedley College softball team finished the 2019 season ranked seventh in Northern California, the team received a number nine seed in the Northern California Regionals.

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The Selma Bears picked up their second victory in as many baseball meetings this season with Central Sequoia League rival Immanuel High last week. But it's the rubber game of three meetings that ultimately will determine the league championship,

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After settling for a second place finish in the Central Valley Conference behind the College of the Sequoias, the 2019 Reedley College softball Tigers will have to wait and see who and where they will open the Northern California Regionals on May 4.

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Twelve schools will be participating at the 76th annual Reedley Invitational Track and Field meet on Friday, April 26 at Reedley High School. Field events will begin at 2:30 p.m., followed by track events at 3:30.

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The Immanuel High baseball team flexed its muscles during the opening day of the Selma Easter Classic tournament on April 15, rolling to two decisive victories including a shutout of a Sierra Pacific team that entered the tournament with just one loss on the season.

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Host Reedley High School took first place in 10 varsity events during a North Yosemite League mini-meet with Sunnyside, Roosevelt and McLane on April 10 at the RHS track.

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Reedley High almost gave away its spot atop the North Yosemite League softball standings, but turned the tables just in time to remain unbeaten in league play.

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Reedley High made a quick recovery from an 0-2 start in North Yosemite League play, racking up a pair of double-digit wins against the Roosevelt Roughriders last week.

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The Reedley High Pirates' bats came to life just in time for the start of North Yosemite League softball play.

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The Reedley College softball Tigers took a two-game losing streak and a season record of 24-5 into a key Central Valley Conference doubleheader with co-leader College of the Sequoias on April 2.

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Immanuel High fell out of a tie at the top of the Central Sequoia League baseball standings, but the Eagles remained on the heels of first place Selma High  with a lopsided home victory last week.

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Reedley High opened North Yosemite League play on March 26 with a 1-0 loss to Fresno High at RHS varsity diamond.

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Reedley High is heading into North Yosemite League baseball play next week on a roll, posting another lopsided non-league victory to run their win streak to four games.

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Despite three road wins last week, the Reedley College Tiger women’s softball team remained in second place in the Central Valley Conference, one-half game behind first place College of the Sequoias Giants.

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Less than four minutes. That's all that stood between the Immanuel High boys and a first-ever California state basketball championship in the program's history.

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It was quite a week for the Reedley College Tiger baseball team, as they opened Central Valley Conference action with three wins over a struggling Porterville College Pirate squad.

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Immanuel High School's rich boys basketball tradition has never included a trip to the state finals.

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Reedley High School bounced back from a home shutout loss to Sierra Pacific in a big way, scoring 11 runs over in the final three innings in a 15-2 road rout of the Kingsburg Vikings on March 1 at the Central Valley Diamond Classic.

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For the first time in a roller-coaster postseason, Immanuel High's boys finally put together four quarters of quality basketball. And after the first eight minutes of play on Feb. 23, the Dinuba Emperors didn't stand a chance as the Eagles put on a show at Fresno's Selland Arena.

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Orange Cove High's Clarissa Alvarez and Martin Chavez became the first wrestlers in school history to win matches in CIF State Meet competition.

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