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Valley seventh-grader Bear Messinger sits with Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry after earning a spot and participating in the recent four-day Pebble Beach Basketball Training Camp. Submitted photo

Bear in Curry hoops camp

  Earning a spot and participating in the recent four-day Pebble Beach Basketball Training Camp, Valley seventh-grader Bear Messinger received some valuable hoops instruction from one of the NBA’s top players and best-ever shooters in Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. Messinger and the other fortunate campers learned shooting skills and the personal perspectives on… Continue Reading >>

Pass-happy 49ers take opener at Packers’ expense

Last year, the San Francisco 49ers made life lousy for the Green Bay Packers mainly on the strength of quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s dazzling legs. This year, in Sunday’s opener, Kaepernick drove Green Bay crazy with the strength and accuracy of his arm, as he fired the ball for more than 400 yards and into the… Continue Reading >>

CYO basketball, Boys & Girls Clubs hoops, SVTA tennis, Vintage Fest runs, golf tourneys

SONOMA’S ST. FRANCIS Solano’s CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) basketball program for third- through eighth-grade boys’ and girls’ teams is currently holding 2013-14 season online registration for all returning and new players through Sept. 15, at tawala.com/p/i8mp1l6cj789w3z/fadmhtj.Registration. Mandatory evaluation and tryout days for registered players are Sundays, Sept. 22 and 29 (one day required) in Sonoma… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma junior running back Gabe Bernstein (No. 22) picks up yardage behind blocking teammates junior Trevor Welch (left, No. 55) and senior Matt Robinson (right, No. 74) during the Dragons’ season-opening win at Redwood. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Dragon gridders host Terra Linda tonight

With Bob Midgley’s first experience as the new head coach of Sonoma Valley High School’s varsity football team ending in an 18-13 road victory over Redwood in Larkspur last Saturday, he’ll direct his inaugural home opener this evening. The Dragons continue their nonleague play hosting Terra Linda tonight at Arnold Field, with the junior varsity… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma’s cross-country program continued its tradition of opening the new season with the annual alumni meet, which put the 2013 campaign in motion Wednesday at the Maxwell Farms Regional Park course. Steven Serafini/Index-Tribune

Lady Dragon spikers ace opener

After honing their skills and sharpening their team play in a series of preseason scrimmages, the competitive nonleague action got under way Tuesday evening for the Sonoma Valley High School varsity volleyball girls, who cruised to a three-set sweep at Terra Linda. Comprising Sonoma’s two-time SCL-champion varsity team – directed by head coach Mindy Neves… Continue Reading >>

Bay fishing red hot

After being as stinky as a week-old carp this summer, fishing in San Francisco Bay is smelling sweeter with lots of fresh-caught salmon, halibut and striped bass this week. Keith Fraser, at Loch Lomond Bait Shop in San Rafael, opened our phone conversation Wednesday with an exclaimed, “It’s red hot! The salmon fishing near Cal… Continue Reading >>

Junior Adam Curry (No. 9) battles for the ball as sophomore teammate Cian Lacy follows the play during the young Dragon boys’ nonleague loss to San Rafael Wednesday afternoon at the Sonoma Aquatic Club pool.Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Sonoma drops water polo home opener

In the home debut of the new season Wednesday afternoon at the Sonoma Aquatic Club pool, Sonoma Valley High School’s water polo program, under the direction of Flynn O’Brien, hosted strong nonleague San Rafael teams and the varsity Dragon boys lost 16-1, while the combined girls and junior varsity squad won 12-9. The water polo… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma Raceway welcomes FIA World Touring Cars

After making its North American debut on the Valley’s 12-turn, 2.5-mile road course last year, the FIA World Touring Car Championship returns for a second straight year to Sonoma Raceway tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday, Sept. 7 and 8. It will be the ninth race on the FIA World Touring Car series’ 12-race schedule, which includes… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma Raceway welcomes FIA World Touring Cars

After making its North American debut on the Valley’s 12-turn, 2.5-mile road course last year, the FIA World Touring Car Championship returns for a second straight year to Sonoma Raceway tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday, Sept. 7 and 8. It will be the ninth race on the FIA World Touring Car series’ 12-race schedule, which includes… Continue Reading >>

St. Francis CYO hoops, Boys & Girls Clubs basketball, SVTA tennis, Vintage Fest runs

SONOMA’S ST. FRANCIS Solano’s CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) basketball program for third- through eighth-grade boys’ and girls’ teams is currently holding 2013-14 season online registration for all returning and new players through Sept. 15, at tawala.com/p/i8mp1l6cj789w3z/fadmhtj.Registration. Mandatory evaluation and tryout days for registered players are Sundays, Sept. 22 and 29 (one day required) in Sonoma… Continue Reading >>

 
 

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