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Bay Area-wide West Coast Jamboree features girls national No. 2 Etiwanda

The 22nd West Coast Jamboree, one of the largest girls basketball tournaments in the country, starts Wednesday and finishes Friday with championship games in nearly a dozen Bay Area venues. Though weather conditions and flight disruptions have forced some changes, the tournament is scheduled to feature 108 teams from at least six states (California, Arizona,… Keep Reading

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How safe is it to bike in Sonoma County?

The theme for this month “Play at Home,” combined with the anticipation of warm summer weather and the continued sense of comfort with the pandemic seemingly in retreat, made me envision all the ways we can “play” on our bicycles. I have written a few columns now celebrating all the wonderful ways cycling in Sonoma… Keep Reading

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Men’s golf places 11th at Pac-12 championships

The WSU men’s golf team was able to earn an 11th place finish this week at the Pac-12 tournament in Santa Rosa, California. The Cougars brought six men to participate in the tournament that was held at the Mayacama Golf Club. The first round for the Cougars started off strong as they ended in a… Keep Reading

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University of Montana senior Claire Howard’s shutout record could have ended in disaster if she had mishandled an errant ball that came whizzing toward her team’s goal in the second half of a March 28 soccer game against Portland State.  “When it all breaks down, you need a goalkeeper that can keep the ball out… Keep Reading

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Solano Community College about to launch late spring sports

When the Solano Community College baseball team throws its first pitch on Saturday, it will officially be the top of the first. In more ways than one. The Falcons will return to competition for the first time since last spring. The school “opted in” for late spring sports — baseball, softball, swimming and tennis —… Keep Reading

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