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It might be a different of a year for the Lady Pintos on the links, after winning districts last year, placing third in sectionals and eighth in state.
Lady Indians 3, Bunceton 2 Russellville traveled to Bunceton on Friday, pulling out the win in five sets.
Marshall 12, Lady Pintos 7 California dropped its opening game of the Marshall tournament on Saturday, allowing eight runs in the third inning after jumping out to a 5-1 lead.
BOONVILLE - The Pintos opened up their season in Boonville Friday night, falling 9-6 to the Pirates, off a last-minute touchdown.
California hosted a softball jamboree with Russellville and Eugene Saturday afternoon, giving the Lady Pintos live action heading into this Saturday’s season opener.
After finishing last season tied for first place in the Tri-County Conference, head coach Julie Bailey hasn’t had to motivate the team to improve this year. The players do it themselves.
WARDSVILLE — Leading up to Friday night’s Jamboree at the Falcon Athletic Complex, California head coach Marty Albertson knew he’d see mistakes on both sides of the ball.
While California will have to replace a lot of talent from last year’s team, that’s not stopping coach Marty Albertson from setting some lofty goals for his squad.
The final checkered flag has fallen at Double-X Speedway in California for 2015. All in attendance were “Racing for a Reason” to promote autism awareness. This event saw fundraising efforts to help provide funds for autism awareness, organized by sprint car driver T.J. Muths and his family.