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Swinging away to a new season with 2nd annual baseball clinic

Group photo of baseball clinic participants and coaches. (Photo by Isaiah Lopez)

By Isaiah Lopez On a recent Saturday, Del Rey Baseball hosted its Second Annual Del Rey Free Baseball Clinic for the Del Rey and surrounding communities. The clinic was held at the Alex Foncesa Park in Del Rey, and was ...

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Apache boys volleyball headed to State semi-final playoffs after beating the Phantoms 3-0

Sitter Brandon Beccerra positions the ball for Manuel Lozano. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn It has been a rollercoaster ride for the Sanger High Apache Boys Volleyball team in the past five days. The Apaches dominated tonight’s Southern California State Quarterfinal playoff game against the Cathedral High Phantoms. The Apaches were ...

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On Their Way To Zero, a Sanger High whole campus recycling program diverting 5,000 pounds of waste per week

Sanger High Waste Diversion Program team members pose with Sanger Unified School District administrators during the tour of the high school campus' diversion program. L to R - Sanger High principal Dan Chacon, Mid Valley Disposal's Bella Lopez, Klaus Hammer, Zachary Perez, Marc Villegas, Armando Arroyo, SUSD's Kevin Edwards, and SUSD Director of Child Nutrition Jannette Garcia. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn With a reported increase from a 36% to 70% waste diversion rate, the Sanger High Waste Diversion Program is indeed on its way to zero waste. The Sanger High Waste Diversion Program, is new to the Sanger ...

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The Green Garden Boutique offers unique vintage, handmade, and up-cycled items for the local community

The Green Garden Boutique owner Iliana Jasso, and boutique manager and Jasso's mother Coco Magallon. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Greg Coronado The Green Garden Boutique is an elegant oasis compared to your usual clothing store. The bohemian inspired boutique provides unique vintage dresses, up-cycled home furnishings, and every piece in between is one of a kind. The owners, ...

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Apache Nation, a supportive community of fans who care

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By Cheryl Senn The cheering sounds coming out of the Sanger High gym was so loud it made you anticipate what you would see once you stepped inside the doors. Upon entering the doors, to take photos at the semi-final ...

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Sanger Woman’s Club Tea/Luncheon, bringing together friends, food, fashion, and fun

Linda Yost poses with guests at her decorated table. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The second annual Sanger Woman’s Club Tea Luncheon had the clubhouse brimming with more than 120 guests. The theme for this year’s tea/luncheon was “You’re My Cup Of Tea.” Tickets sold out quickly to the second annual ...

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Sanger High International Food Day, a long-time tradition of experiencing flavors from all over the world

Matthew Castillo and Nathaniel Villa chose Asada Fries. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Lunchtime for Sanger High, this past Monday, was full of fun and flavor, as the campus celebrated International Food Day. International Food Day, according to Sanger High Activities Director Ronnie Scott, is a long-time tradition where campus ...

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Apaches Yang, Cornelius, and Hockersmith headed to Valley Tennis Championship Tournament

Jeremiah Yang, first singles for the Apaches, headed to Valley Championships. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The season of competition is heating up for the Sanger High Boys Varsity Tennis team with three players heading to the Valley Championship Tournament in Wasco. The Apaches hosted #4 East Bakersfield last Thursday but came up ...

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Making the individual effort for the team

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By Cheryl Senn “The thing about being on a team is its a commitment, you have to bring it, you have to help with the win, no matter what.”- Meredith Grey, Grey’s Anatomy. I have attended quite a few sport ...

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Jefferson Elementary, only school in the State, to win Gold Ribbon and additional honors

Jefferson 2nd grade classroom of Tabitha Lopez spends time interpreting art and learning about lines in art. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The California Department of Education recently announced the list of Gold Ribbon Schools. Jefferson Elementary School was one of 13 Sanger Unified schools receiving the honor. According to the press release, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom ...

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