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Sonoma’s Dan Deely signs his national letter of intent for a baseball scholarship to Sacramento State University in the SVHS library on Wednesday as his (clockwise, from left) mother Colleen, Dragons head baseball coach Don Lyons, SVHS co-athletic director Bob Midgley and his father Tom witness the event. Steven Serafini/Index-Tribune

Deely signs for Sac State baseball scholarship

As a player, leader and catalyst for the success of Sonoma Valley High School’s varsity baseball team over the past two years, senior Dan Deely signed his national letter of intent for a baseball scholarship to Sacramento State University in the SVHS library on Wednesday. A standout two-time all-league shortstop, Deely earned All-Empire honors after… Continue Reading >>

Everidge rejoins A’s as Class-A hitting coach

After retiring as a professional baseball player in 2012, Glen Ellen’s Tommy Everidge – a 2001 Sonoma Valley High School graduate and former prep star and Sonoma State University All-American and Hall of Famer – remained in the sport in 2013 when head baseball coach Don Lyons made him the Dragons batting coach. With one… Continue Reading >>

Sophomore Madeline Libbey (front, right) turned in an upbeat fourth-place individual finish, while the Lady Dragons ended up in fifth place runs to a fourth-place individual finish, while leading the Sonoma in Saturday’s SCL championship meet at the Spring Lake course in Santa Rosa. Steven Serafini/Index-Tribune

Dragon boy runners finish 2nd in SCL, girls 5th

At Saturday’s Sonoma County League championship meets on the Spring Lake 3.08-mile course in Santa Rosa, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity cross-country boys tried to run down first-place Piner, while fending off an Analy team running hot on their tail in the race for the SCL title. Despite improving on their losing dual-meet season… Continue Reading >>

Albrecht earns 2nd-straight MVP award, seven Lady Dragons all-league

Prior to last Thursday night’s Sonoma County League Tournament final in Pfeiffer Gym, where the three-time champion Sonoma Valley High School’s varsity volleyball girls won their third straight tourney title by sweeping Petaluma, the SCL all-league honorees were announced. Sonoma’s standout junior setter Mackenzie Albrecht was named the league’s most valuable player for the second… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma’s Ciara Smith (No. 13) and Delaney Swanson (No. 26) team up for a block during the three-time champion and top-seed Lady Dragons’ SCL Tourney opening victory over fourth-seed Analy Tuesday night in Pfeiffer Gym. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Lady Dragons level Analy in SCL Tourney

Meeting for the third time in Sonoma County League play, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity volleyball girls turned in another strong effort and registered their third sweep of longtime foe Analy in the annual postseason SCL Tournament Tuesday night in Pfeiffer Gym. After posting a pair of regular-season triumphs en route to claiming their… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma’s standout freshman Kiara Miles registers a kill during the three-time champion and top-seed Lady Dragons’ SCL Tourney opening sweep of fourth-seed Analy last night in Pfeiffer Gym. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Lady Dragons slam Analy in SCL Tourney opener

Meeting for the third time in Sonoma County League play, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity volleyball girls turned in another strong effort and registered their third sweep of longtime foe Analy in the annual postseason SCL Tournament last night in Pfeiffer Gym. After posting a pair of regular-season triumphs en route to claiming their… Continue Reading >>

Sonoma’s Noe Baron (No. 56) brings down the Lobos’ quarterback as teammates (from left) Jake Little (No. 37), Brandon Santana (No. 58), Alex Gustafson (No. 83) and Austin Bailey (front, No. 42) back up the play during the Dragons’ home finale SCL win over Elsie Allen Friday night at Arnold Field. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Dragon gridders drub Elsie in home finale

Favored to comfortably cruise toward a fourth straight Sonoma County League victory in their Friday night home finale at Arnold Field, the Sonoma Valley High School varsity football boys instantly established defensive control over Elsie Allen and scored a quick touchdown – but then the offense sputtered.