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Another successful baseball season will end this week for Sebastopol and El Molino Little Leagues, with the completion of District 35 all star tournaments.
The foundation is being laid for future basketball success for the Analy Flying Tigers this summer, as they continue an ambitious off-season program that promises to have the team primed and ready next winter.
District 35 all star play is underway for west county Little League teams, most notably the defending champion Sebastopol Junior squad.
West County varsity athletes received final recognition following a strong spring season in 2019, with some two dozen athletes garnering all North Bay League status as voted on by coaches.
Only a second-year wrestler, the Lions’ Hannah Ricioli is already the most accomplished wrestler in El Molino High School history.
The graduating class of student/athletes of 2019 from Analy and El Molino high schools will be remembered for their many accomplishments, both on the field an in the classroom.
The graduating class of female student athletes of 2019 from Analy and El Molino high schools will be remembered for their many accomplishments, both on the field and in the classroom.
El Molino junior Kassidy Sani and Analy senior Sierra Atkins were right at home on May 24 and 25, competing with the best high athletes in California at the prestigious CIF State Track & Field Championships at Buchanan High School in Clovis.
The El Molino baseball squad suffered a crushing blow on Monday afternoon in a 12-inning marathon in the North Coast Section Division 4 opener at No. 5-seeded Fort Bragg, as the Timberwolves’ Andrew Johnston connected on a solo walk-off home run to lift his team to a 2-1 victory.