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Parlier High School senior striker Luis Bolanos controls the dribble against Caruthers during a 3-0 varsity boys soccer victory in West Sequoia League play on Jan. 12. Bolano scored all three goals for the Panthers, who are in third place in league with a 2-1-1 record and are 10-3-2 overall.

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Parlier High School's Selena Torres, 21, looks to receive a pass from Kayla Velasco during the Panthers' 73-20 loss to first place Caruthers in West Sequoia League girls basketball action on Jan. 12. The Panthers (5-9, 2-2) bounced back Jan. 19 with a 50-31 win at Riverdale.

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Jesse Hernandez (25) fires up a shot during the Parlier High School junior varsity boy's 37-24 victory over LIberty High from Madera on Jan. 3 at PHS gym. The Panther boys JV squad improved to 4-3 with the victory, and opened West Sequoia League play Jan. 9 on the road against Fresno Christi…

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The Parlier High School varsity boys basketball team entered its Jan. 9 West Sequoia League opener at Fresno Christian with a 6-8 record. The Panthers dropped a 59-42 non-league decision against Liberty-Madera Ranchos on Jan. 3. Parlier's home league opener is Friday, Jan. 12, at 4:30 p.m. a…

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Parlier Cal Ripken baseball league is now accepting sign ups.

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Mixed Martial Arts fighters Jose Alejandro Avalos and Christian Eduardo Avalos were recognized by the Parlier City Council on Dec. 6 for representing the city through their dedication in the sport.

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Parlier High senior center Karen Sanchez shoots a free throw during the Panther girls' 58-44 season-opening loss to Orange Cove on Nov. 28. Parlier (0-4) trailed by six points entering the final quarter before the visitors closed the game with a 12-4 run. The Panthers hosted Tranquillity on …

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Pictured is action from Parlier High School's Nov. 28 non-league girls soccer match against Tranquillity at Panthers Stadium. The two teams battled to a 3-3 draw. Earlier. Parlier opened the season with losses at Mendota (6-0 on Nov. 17) and home against Orange Cove (3-1 on Nov. 21). The Pan…

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The Parlier Panther Youth Football and Cheer League's Pee Wee division deafeated the Madera Titans in the division. Estevan Ochoa, Isaac Guillen, Edardo Cruz and Jordan Moreno scored touchdowns. League President and coach Eddie Ochoa congratulated all league players for the seaon. 

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Parlier High athletes were recognized Nov. 15 at the school's 2017 Fall Sports Awards Banquet.

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Parlier High School senior wide receiver Bobby Sanchez hauls in a pass as he's tackled by Riverdale defender Hareez Hussein (15) during the Panthers' regular season finale on Nov. 3. The Panthers lost 49-13, finishing the season at 1-3 in West Sequoia League games and 2-8 overall.

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Members of the Panthers' varsity football team gathered for a group shot after a 29-23 victory over Minarets High School on Oct. 27. It was the first West Sequoia League victory of the season for Parlier (2-7 overall, 1-2 in league). The Panthers sealed the victory in the closing seconds whe…

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Parlier Unified School District held cross country finals for the fall PASS Sports on Oct. 10. 

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 The Panthers played the Fowler Redcats. The Panthers lost 41-14.

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Mathew J. Brletic Elementary School's third-fourth grade and fifth-sixth grade boys participating in "Parlier After School Sports" (PASS) cross country, earned the top spot for a second year in a row.

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The Parlier High School varsity football team fell to 1-4 on the season Sept. 29 in a 41-7 home loss to the Firebaugh Eagles. The Panthers dropped their second straight after a 26-13 win over Fresno Christian. Parlier opens West Sequoia League action Friday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at home agai…

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Parlier High's volleyball team continues West Sequoia League play this week in search of its first victory of the season. The Panthers travel to Fowler on Thursday, Oct. 5 after having played at Caruthers on Oct. 3.

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Parlier High School's junior varsity and varsity cheerleaders are already preparing for a second successful year.

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Parlier High's varsity football team opened its home season on Sept. 8, dropping a 32-12 decision to Orange Cove. The Panthers (0-2) kicked off the season on Sept. 1 with a 48-14 loss at Orosi, getting 218 yards of combined passing and rushing from junior quarterback James Rodriguez. Senior …

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Parlier High School's new varsity football coach, Michael Moses, has a simple approach for coaching — keeping it real.

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Mike Berg, interim superintendent for Parlier Unified, said the district is working with the Parlier Panther Youth Football and Cheer League to find ways to reduce costs.

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In a joint venture with the Fresno Grizzlies, Parlier Police PAL, Parlier Police Department and the Parlier Junior High School, 31 junior high students were treated to a Fresno Grizzlies home game Aug. 26.

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 Parlier High School scrimmaged against Fresno Christian on Aug. 17 as they prepare to open the 2017 season on Friday, Sept. 1, at Orosi. The Panthers will play Fresno Christian in a non-league game on Friday, Sept. 15 at PHS.

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Parents and coaches with the Parlier Panther Youth Football (PPYF) and Cheer League say the Parlier Unified School District's facility fees are not fair.

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The Parlier High school cheer squad will hold a car wash on Saturday, Aug. 12 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lucky's Donuts located on Manning and K street in Parlier. 

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Parlier High School's softball team concluded its season by splitting two games last week in the Central Section CIF Division VI playoffs. The Panthers (10-13-1) trounced Orosi 15-3 on May 16 to reach the quarterfinals on May 18 before losing 9-2 at top seed Frazier Mountain, on May 18.

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The Parlier High School baseball team hosts a Central Section Division VI semifinal game Wednesday, May 24, at 4:30 p.m. against visiting Fresno Christian. The third-seeded Panthers (13-11-1) defeated No. 6 seed McFarland by a 7-1 score in a May 19 quarterfinal contest. Seventh-seededFresno …

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Parlier High School's Jose Mejia and Brandon Mares have been selected to play in the 2017 City-County All-Star Baseball Game on Friday, June 9, at 6:30 p.m.  at Chukchansi Park in Fresno. Pictured from left are Mejia, Coach James Rodriguez, and Mares.

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The Parlier High School Cheer took first place in the SHARP Las Vegas Nationals competition on April 22. Coach Christina Rodriguez said the squad initially was supposed to participate in the Varsity Medium Division. However, they ended up in the Varsity Large Division with only nine squad me…

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The Parlier High School cheer squad took third place at the Six Flags West Coast Championship in Valencia, Ca, April 9. The squad placed third in their division and received the Most Enthusiastic Award. They qualified to participate in the Vegas Nationals on April 22.

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Parlier High's softball team carried a 3-5 season record into a March 13 home game with Tranquillity. Results were unavailable at press time. The team went 1-3 last week, with the lone win a 15-5 thumping of winless Orosi at PHS diamond on March 9. The Panther girls scored 11 runs in the fir…

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Parlier High School right-hander Sammy Rodriguez fires a pitch to the plate against Laton on March 6. Rodriguez and Brandon Mares combined for a five-inning no-hitter, and the Panthers (4-4) racked out 20 hits in the 20-0 rout of the Mustangs. Junior Rodriguez also had four of the team's 13 …

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Julio Mondragon, Parlier High School girl's soccer coach  received the 2016-2017 West Sequoia League (WSL) Girls Varsity Coach of the Year Award. Also pictured is PHS Principal Rosie Borboa.

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The Parlier High School boys basketball team's season came to an end last week, but not before a spirited effort in the opening round of the Central Section Division IV playoffs.

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Parlier High School opens play in the Central Section Division IV boys soccer playoffs Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Orosi against the No. 8 seed and East Sierra League co-champion Cardinals (18-8). The Panthers (12-5-2) finished in third place in the West Sequoia League standings with a 5-4-1 mark…

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