Exeter Monarchs of the Week and Sport Extra

Exeter Monarchs of the Week

Each week, Exeter Union High School coaches will nominate outstanding players in each sport. These players will be featured here in the newspaper as well as at Kirkman’s VIP Pizza. This week’s players are listed below.

Baseball
Coach Pend, Buck Bonilla

Softball
Corinne Acosta

Track
Jonathan Guerra – boys’ team
Jacie Wilkinson – girls’ team

Boys Tennis
Alex Castro

Boys Golf
Sam Parker

Swimming
Ben Sertich – boys’ team
Kalei Sine – girls’ team


Sports Extra

SOFTBALL
Tigers fall short to Panthers
The search for Woodlake’s first win this season almost ended on Saturday, March 24. In the second game of a tournament, the Washington Union Panthers edged the Tigers 5-3. Entering the sixth inning, the Tigers trailed by one run, 3-2. Woodlake scored the tying run. However, in the bottom of the inning, the Panthers scored two runs to take the win. Pria Bun went 2-3 and scored a run. On Wednesday, April 4, the Tigers travel to play the Strathmore Spartans at 4 p.m.

SOFTBALL
The Tribe cages Cardinals 19-0
It was a tough day on the diamond for Lindsay last Saturday. The Chowchilla Tribe shut out the Cardinals 19-0. The first inning the Tribe scored 13 runs. In the third, they added another six. The game was officially ended at the completion of the fourth inning.

BASEBALL
Trailblazers defeat Cavaliers 9-1
On Monday, March 26, Golden West began competition in the Tulare-Visalia Invitational. In their first game on the first day, they faced the defending Small School Division champions. It was Golden West who got the win over Central Valley Christian 9-1. In their second game of the evening, the Blazers lost to the Porterville Panthers by one, 4-3. Yesterday they played Independence High School from Bakersfield. The final score for that game was reached after press time. Today at 11:30 a.m., Golden West will complete group play against the Mira Monte Lions.

SOFTBALL
Aztecs fall short of championship
Farmersville competed in the Tulare Tribe Classic on Saturday and Monday. They fell short of a final game showdown against Exeter by two games. A 10-0 loss to the Mt. Whitney Pioneers set them back. Then, an 8-0 loss to the Mission Oak Hawks meant they were eliminated. On the first day of the tournament, the Aztecs came back to defeat the Delano Tigers 8-6. The Aztecs trailed in the game 4-0 at one point in the matchup.

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