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The Argonaut High School varsity girls soccer team is hosting a two-day tournament this Friday, December 3 and Saturday, December 4. The six-team tournament includes, in addition to Argonaut, Grace Davis of Modesto, Calaveras, Livingston, Rio Vista and Stone Ridge Christian of Merced. Althou…

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The Argonaut High School varsity football team didn’t endure all that it’s had to endure – some voluntarily, some not – over the past year, just to get close to its goal of winning a section championship and then give up when things got hard near the end.

Registration for the new season of Amador Youth Basketball is now open! We have a super motivated group of parents and community members getting this program back off the ground. Please be patient as we all work through this process and accomplish a lot in a very short period of time. We are…

With fall turkey season upon us, we’ve had a few questions related to method of take. We here at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) think there is no better Thanksgiving dinner than a freshly harvested California organically grown wild turkey! Fall turkey season opens the …

On Saturday, October 23, 2021, at Firepower Promotions and the MMA Matchmaker “No Shelter” event at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Sacramento, mixed martial arts fighter Ryan Firinaiu entered the ring for the second fight of his career. Prior to the fight Firinaiu, a member of the Buster …

Amador County runners made their mark at the 2021 Sac-Joaquin Section Cross Country Championships on Saturday, November 13 in Folsom with two first place individual finishes and one state meet qualifier.

Nearly 40 local golfers aging from age 5 to age 75 competed in the ninth annual Amador County Putting Championship on Sunday, November 7 at Castle Oaks Golf Course in Ione. The competition was a match play format that brought out some of the best golfers in the county in a mostly friendly go…

Katarina Borchin, a Class of 2021 Calaveras High School graduate from Mokelumne Hill, was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Freshman of the Year this fall for her debut performance with the California State University, Stanislaus womens cross country team.

Despite a lost season in 2020 and twice-weekly COVID testing for players this year, youth girls basketball made a successful return to the Mother Lode this fall. The 2021 season for sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls basketball teams came to a conclusion on Saturday, November 6 with the f…

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The Amador High School varsity girls cross country team entered the Mother Lode League Finals in first place after going 5-0 in league dual meets with Calaveras in second place at 4-1. At the MLL Finals on Wednesday, October 27 in Angels Camp, those results flipped with Calaveras finishing f…