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Sonoma Stompers set info meeting

The Sonoma Stompers professional baseball team, which is a member of the six-team Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs league, is holding an informational meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 15, at the Sonoma Community Center, 276 E. Napa St. “In an effort to bring the joy and fun of professional baseball back… Continue Reading >>

Senior Vinny Albano puts up a shot during last week’s Dragon boys’ SCL win over El Molino in Pfeiffer Gym. Bill Hoban/ Index-Tribune

Sonoma boys split SCL pair

Dragons nipped in OT heartbreaker at Piner, tops visiting Healdsburg, host finale, senior night Thursday; JVs, frosh

Sonoma’s Dan Deely (No. 15) was an All-Empire first-team selection as a defensive back. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

All-Empire 1st-team football honors for Dragons Deely, Robinson

As Sonoma Valley High School varsity football team leaders and all-league mainstays for the past two seasons, seniors Dan Deely and Matt Robinson recently received All-Empire grid recognition by The Press Democrat for the second straight year. The 6-foot, 185-pound Deely, a two-time Sonoma County League back of the year honoree as a quarterback and… Continue Reading >>

Senior Jack Murphy (right), who turned in a standout all-around effort in Sonoma’s heartbreaking overtime SCL loss at Piner on Tuesday, backs up junior Noe Baron (No. 42) on the boards during the Dragon boys’ recent league win over Elsie Allen in Pfeiffer Gym. Bill Hoban/ Index-Tribune

Dragon boys nipped in OT heartbreaker at Piner

Beginning their stretch drive toward securing a higher seed for the Sonoma County League postseason tournament, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity basketball boys entered last night’s SCL battle in Santa Rosa with a chance to pull into a second-place tie with Piner. Getting off to a slow start, the Dragons trailed 16-7 after the… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma’s Harris Meglen, seen defeating an opponent in an earlier victory in Golton Hall, posted a pin-win during the defending champion Dragons’ SCL dual-match tie-breaking triumph in Petaluma last Thursday. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Dragon grapplers eke out win

With both teams fielding incomplete lineups and having to forfeit multiple bouts, the defending Sonoma County League champion Sonoma Valley High School varsity wrestlers pulled out a 37-36 dual-match, tie-breaking SCL triumph last Thursday evening at longtime rival Petaluma. Evening their league dual-match record at 2-2 with the victory, the Dragons kept their SCL title… Continue Reading >>