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Dragon gridders play tonight at nonleague power McClymonds

Taking a rare break in their Sonoma County League season, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity football boys travel to Oakland tonight for a nonleague clash with undefeated powerhouse McClymonds, which is a favorite to reach the season-ending state small-school championship. The Dragons return to SCL action at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 17, when… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma girl netters blank El Mo, but golfers edged

Both the Sonoma Valley High School girls’ tennis and golf teams battled Sonoma County League foe El Molino last Thursday and came away with a rousing home victory and heartbreaking road loss, respectively. For the second time in their SCL meetings, Sonoma’s tennis girls served up a 7-0 shutout of El Molino, led in singles… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma senior Kyle Dunevent (No. 7) picking up yardage after making one of his two interceptions with teammate Jorge Gonzalez (No. 44) following the play during the Dragons’ SCL-opening win over Petaluma last Friday night at Arnold Field.

Dragons at SCL power Analy tonight

On the heels of their first win after three nonleague losses to start the season, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity football boys, who beat longtime rival Petaluma 13-5 in last Friday night’s Sonoma County League opener, face the tough challenge posed by Analy, the two-time defending SCL champion.

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Senior Eduardo Hernández (No. 11), seen battling for the ball during the Sonoma boys’ earlier SCL tie with Piner at the high school field, assisted one of the three goals scored by junior Edwin Reyes in the Dragons shutout win over El Molino Tuesday night in Forestville.

Dragon soccer squads sweep El Mo

With Sonoma Valley High School’s varsity soccer girls posting a second straight onesided Sonoma County League victory on Wednesday at home, the varsity soccer boys shook off a heartbreaking 1-0 loss with a rousing SCL win on Tuesday in Forestville.

SENIOR DELANEY SWANSON (right) spikes a point home for the defending SCL champion Lady Dragons during their earlier win over longtime league rival Petaluma in Pfeiffer Gym. Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

Lady Dragon spikers mop up at Healdsburg

Knowing they were in for a tough Sonoma County League challenge in their fourth match of the SCL season, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity volleyball girls hit the road Tuesday night to face Healdsburg, a team that reached the finals of Sonoma’s recent Greg Paganini Invitational Tournament.

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Sonoma Raceway’s famous 12-turn, 2.52-mile road course will be the scene for the Classic Sports Racing Group’s 11th straight Charity Challenge weekend, which starts tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 4, and runs through Sunday, Oct. 5.

Vintage finale for Sonoma Raceway

For the 11th straight year, the Classic Sports Racing Group will hold its Charity Challenge weekend, which starts tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 4, and continues through Sunday, Oct. 5, and, once again, it will serve as the major event season finale for Sonoma Raceway’s

Sophomore Jenna Mak, seen digging in last week’s Sonoma victory over Petaluma in Pfeiffer Gym, had 25 digs in helping lead the three-time defending SCL champion Lady Dragons sweep longtime league foe El Molino Tuesday night in Forestville. Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

Lady Dragons sweep El Molino

For the second straight match against a longtime Sonoma County League rival, the three-time defending champion Sonoma Valley High School varsity volleyball girls demonstrated their overall strength, depth and determination in an attempt to achieve their fourth consecutive Sonoma County League title. After their convincing three-set triumph over visiting Petaluma in last week’s league opener,… Continue Reading >>

Throwing a pass for the Dragons during last Friday’s loss at Arnold Field to Fremont of Oakland is junior quarterback Will Lennon (No. 4). Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Dragons host Petaluma in SCL opener tonight

On the heels of three tough nonleague losses to start the 2014 campaign, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity football boys will open their Sonoma County League season hosting longtime rival Petaluma at 7:30 p.m. tonight under the Arnold Field lights, with the preceding junior varsity game starting at 5. The Dragon gridders will then… Continue Reading >>