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Hard work is paying off, in post season, for the court ready Apache Boys and Girls Basketball teams

By Benjamin James Ayala The Sanger High School (SHS) Apaches played their hearts out on Saturday against two well-prepared teams. The girls lost a close game against the Madera Coyotes with a score of 27-26, while the boys lost against ...

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Returning home to Lincoln Elementary School, where new principal, Johnny Gonzalez, began his education

By Cheryl Senn New Lincoln Elementary School principal, Johnny Gonzalez, said he has always had a special place, for Lincoln, in his heart. Gonzalez was named the 2017-18 Lincoln Elementary School principal at the recent Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) ...

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New WAMS principal, Leo Castillo, keeping the academic tradition going

By Cheryl Senn Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) will have a new campus leader with the 2017-18 school year. Leo Castillo was just named the new principal of WAMS, at the February 28 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Board of ...

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SHS Girls Soccer team, played their hearts out this season, and earned the D-II Championship Runner Up plaque

By Benjamin James Ayala The Sanger High School (SHS) Lady Apaches faced off against the Redwood Rangers in the CIF Division II Championship match. It was a tough matchup and could have gone on longer until the Rangers scored on ...

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Local Girl Scout Troop 3579 busy selling cookies, earning badges, and planning to make the City a greener place

By Benjamin James Ayala   Local Girl Scouts Troop 3579 has high hopes of earning badges and making the City of Sanger a greener place. Girl Scouts Cookies are back in season and Troop 3579 is one troop who is ...

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Apache Soccer Playoffs: Boys out first round, and Girls scoring into the championship round

By Benjamin James Ayala The season is coming to an end for the Apaches Soccer teams. Boys soccer had a tough battle against Tulare Western with the final score 3-5. “We just need to build up their speed for next ...

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Sanger’s new Sluggers Club, giving athletes a place to practice their swing

By Cheryl Senn The renovations and improvements to the former barbershop and electronic store, on N St, took more than two years, to provide an opportunity for Sanger youth to pick up a bat and practice their swing. The new ...

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Sanger High’s Lilly Sanchez faces fears, on Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC) trip, to Yosemite Valley

By Michael Dominguez/ARC Outreach Coordinator Lilly Sanchez was first introduced to Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC) in the spring of 2016, when she attended two ARC weekend retreats: camping in Yosemite Valley and hiking in Big Sur. On these trips, she crafted ...

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One word can change everything

By Cheryl Senn I witnessed how powerful one word can be at the 2017 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Spelling Bee, which was held last Friday. With words like tyranny, curmudgeon, and intravenous, 4th through 6th grade students were expected ...

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Lady Apaches celebrate Senior Night while working towards the playoffs

By Benjamin James Ayala Last Friday was another tough match up for the Lady Apaches, against the Bullard Knights, with a loss of 61-43, though the main celebration was the recognition of senior Destiny Paez. Being the only senior of ...

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