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The Amador Fly Fishers next meeting will be held via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20. Speaker for April will be Ernie Gully, who has been fly fishing and tying flies since 1997 and is a California licensed fly fishing guide, known as one of the Sierra’s premier Stillwater guides. He take…

The A&A Shooters will host a Sporting Clays Benefit Shoot at Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve, 2951 Curran Rd., Ione on Saturday, April 17. Check-in will open at 7:30 a.m. with shoot start time of 9 a.m. Cost is $80 for 100 targets plus barbecue lunch. Gist silver buckles will be awarded …

It was a great day for breaking clays at Yolo Sportsmen’s Association trap fields near Davis on Saturday, March 27. Twenty-five members of the A&A Shooters youth trap team competed at the 100-target event along with teams from Martinez, Yuba City, Marysville and East Nicolaus, as well as…

Q: I read about a person in Riverside County who tried to capture a wild donkey but was stopped by the sheriff’s office and game wardens. What is the legal status of wild donkeys? Why can’t I go out and capture one and re-domesticate it? How do you tell the difference between a wild donkey a…

Despite more than three weeks passing since its first official match of the season, the Argonaut High School girls golf team looked sharp in its return to competitive play last Thursday, March 25 at Greenhorn Creek in Angels Camp, handing host Bret Harte its first loss of the season.

The A&A Shooters youth clay target team started its 2021 season last month with 56 youth participating. Their first competition of the season was held last weekend at Sac Valley Shotgun Center near Ione where they competed against teams from the California Youth Shooting Sports Associati…

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After weeks of debate and confusion, California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announces that cheerleaders will be allowed at outdoor high school sporting events, reversing their previous decision. 

In the final tune-up before next week’s Mother Lode League cross country finals, Calaveras High School senior Katarina Borchin and junior Garrett Hesser finished in first place in their respective races in a MLL cluster meet on their home course on Wednesday, March 17 in San Andreas.

Senior Luke Johnson broke a scoreless tie in the second half and the Argonaut High School boys soccer team's defense shut down rival Amador for a second straight game in a 1-0 win for the Mustangs on Thursday, March 11 in Jackson.

After eight months of preparation, mandatory COVID testing for coaches and players the week of the game, and a scoreless first quarter, the Argonaut High School varsity football team started taking out its pent-up frustrations and making up for lost time, scoring 29 unanswered points in the …