The prospects for a fall high school sports season sustained another body blow last week when the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) pushed back the earliest start date for official practices to begin to Jan. 1.
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November was a month of celebration in the lives of Windsor High School baseball standouts Gary Hall and Trent Matthews, signing letters of intent to attend college on athletic scholarships.
Windsor High School is joining a growing trend during the most challenging year in modern history, with plans to live-stream nearly all home sporting events once the fall seasons gets underway in January.
The resumption of high school sports will be one of the most anticipated by-products of a return to normalcy during the 2020-21 school year, as California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) officials and school administrators continue to monitor the status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Coast Section officials met on Oct. 2 to discuss any tweaks needed for the upcoming fall sports schedule, a season that remains very up in the air much due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Peak Performance Academy will be holding youth basketball clinics outside at Windsor Middle school each Saturday in October, giving local kids a chance to hone their skills while following all COVID-19 health guidelines.
Sonoma County triathletes were dealt a double blow when officials from Ironman, Inc. announced the cancellation of both the Ironman 70.3 and Full Ironman triathlons set for Oct. 17 in Santa Rosa.
Windsor High School graduate Branden Walton hasn’t let many obstacles slow him down in a competitive running career that has spanned nearly a decade; the setbacks have just given him more determination to achieve his goals.
It seems like a whole different world since Windsor High School volleyball coach Rich Schwarz stepped down after 15 years in 2019, but after the announcement of Christen Hamilton as his successor, not even a pandemic and a four-month season postponement can quell the enthusiasm.