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Final All Comers meet tonight

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Record attendance and record times have marked the first four weeks of the Atascadero All Comers Track and Field meets, and the doors will open, and close, tonight for the last time in 2014.
A slew of volunteers have held up to the weight of the record numbers and minor changes to the structure of the annual track
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USA stands tall on international stage

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
LECCO, Italy -- After leading the World Junior Ultimate U19 women's and open teams to gold and silver medals, respectivly, Leah Farris and Josiah Mort may be just as well known on the international stage as they are on the Central Coast, and that speaks to their exceptional level of skills and passion.
Farris and Mort possess the qualities that
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Sonics quiet Thunder

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- The Supersonics were the final team to advance to the semifinals of the Atascadero Youth Basketball summer league end of season tournament after beating the Thunder, 57-21, on Monday night at Colony Park Community Center.
Kaleb Smith scored the only basket for the Thunder in the first quarter, as the Sonics grabbed a 10-2 lead.
A.J. Carter and
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Unicorns skewer Warriors

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- The single-elimination end-of-season tournament for the teams in Atascadero Youth Basketball's summer league began on Monday, and the 4th- to 6th-grade division Orange Unicorns advanced to the second round with a sound win over the Warriors, 25-9.
The relatively low-scoring affair was led by the Unicorns' Logan Reyes and Andrew Wood, who each scored eight points.
"It was
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West leads Lakers to victory

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Fighting for a chance to advance in the Atascadero Youth Basketball summer league end of season tournament at Colony Park Community Center, the 4th- to 6th-grade division Blue Ninjas were knocked out by the Lakers in the first round, 48-21. Ethan West scored at least six points in each quarter to outscore the Ninjas by himself.
West hit
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‘Big Three’ lead Spurs to win

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- The intensity on the court stepped up when the first game of the junior high division of Atascadero Youth Basketball summer league end of season tournament began with a battle between the Spurs and the Ballerz.
Justin Blodget played coast-to-coast for the Spurs, taking the center position on defense, and leading the point on offense. Blodget's first-half target
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Youth football conditioning begins

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Youth football rules call for 10 hours of conditioning for players, prior to putting on pads for practice. A majority of the players showed up at Atascadero Junior High School on Monday, but there is still an opportunity to get on a team.
Registration is open, for boys and girls aged 6 through 13 years old, through Friday,
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Youth football conditioning begins

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Youth football rules call for 10 hours of conditioning for players, prior to putting on pads for practice. A majority of the players showed up at Atascadero Junior High School on Monday, but there is still an opportunity to get on a team.
Registration is open, for boys and girls aged 6 through 13 years old, through Friday,
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Locals shine on USA Ultimate teams

Modified: Friday, Jul 25th, 2014
LECCO, Italy -- The USA Ultimate national teams have dominated the first five days of international competition of the World Junior Ultimate Championships in Lecco, Italy.
Local players, Leah Farris and Josiah Mort, have made a name for Atascadero and the Mud Pit Gladiators on an international stage.
Mud Pit Gladiator coach Sean Sommerville traveled to Italy as a volunteer
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SCVA team suffers first loss in Tulsa

Posted: Thursday, Jul 24th, 2014
TULSA, Okla. -- Southern California Volleyball Association's National Select team won the first three games of pool play at the 2014 Indoor High Performance Volleyball Championships, and Templeton's Jena Kelly is putting her stamp on the tournament for the USA.
The SCVA Select team is coached by Andrea Buckner, and won the first three matches by dropping only one set.
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Heat burn Raptors early

Posted: Thursday, Jul 24th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- After clinching first place for the season, the Atascadero Youth Basketball summer league junior high school division Heat went into the final week of the regular season protecting an undefeated season. The first team standing in their way was the Raptors, led by Jake Featherstone, who piled up a game high 27 points.
The game began as a
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Future track stars take down records

Posted: Thursday, Jul 24th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Two teams from Central Coast Elite broke records in the 4X100-meter relay at Atascadero All Comers. Both the girls and boys 10- to 12-year-old division records fell, with the girls nipping at the heels of the boys.
Rayann and Reann Booker, Olivia Labastida, and Carrina Tuck would have broken the record on Wednesday, if they had not already
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Templeton to host NFL competition

Posted: Thursday, Jul 24th, 2014
TEMPLETON -- An NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick event is coming to Templeton thanks to the Templeton Youth Football League. The TYFL will host the event on Sunday, August 24 at Templeton High School beginning at 10 a.m.
The event is sponsored by the NFL, and is open to boys and girls ages 6 to 15. There is no cost
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Underdogs bite back in rematch

Posted: Thursday, Jul 24th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Early in the season, the Atascadero Youth Basketball summer league Supersonics shocked the Underdogs, but the ‘Dogs were missing their No. 1 big man to summer camp, and with Kyler Warren back in the lineup, the Sonics were unable to keep up and the ‘Dogs earned the 74-47 win to even their records at 3-3 each.
The Underdogs
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Attendance breaks records again

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 23rd, 2014
ATASCADERO -- If one thing is breaking records at the Atascadero All Comers track and field meets, it has been the attendance. In its 16th year as an event, the meet was swarmed on Wednesday, July 16 with a record 268 participants.
Due to the high volume of participants, the meets have run later than scheduled and one of the
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Indians camp sharpens youth skills

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 23rd, 2014
TEMPLETON -- Sandwiched between wins against the Paso Robles Reds, the North County Indians hosted a youth baseball clinic at the Vineyard Athletic Park to give back to the community on Saturday morning.
The one-day camp focused on baseball fundamentals, including hitting, bunting, fielding, pitching and baserunning.
As North County head coach Dan Marple explained, the annual summer camp allows
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Baller Bootcamp begins on Monday

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 23rd, 2014
ATASCADERO -- International basketball professional Augie Johnston has traveled halfway around the world, taking the rock to the rack, playing the universal language of basketball, and is bringing it all back to the indoor courts at Colony Park Community Center for the Baller Bootcamp beginning Monday, July 28.
Boys and girls ages 8 to 15 are encouraged to attend the
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AYFL leads with Heads Up Football

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 23rd, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Conditioning week starts on Monday, July 28 for the Atascadero Youth Football League, in preparation for putting on pads and getting ready for the league jamboree. Players need to put in 10 hours of conditioning prior to putting on pads and making contact, so any kids, aged 7 to 13, still interested in playing football need to get
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Spurs chase the first-place spot in the division

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 23rd, 2014
ATASCADERO -- Teams are fighting for top seeding in the summer youth basketball league of Atascadero as the season heads toward the end of season tournament and a face-off between the 4-6 grade division Spurs and Lakers was a landslide as the Spurs chase the first-place Red Runners.
The Spurs came into the game with a 4-2 record, a game
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Red Runners hold onto first place in division

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 23rd, 2014
ATASCADERO -- In the second blowout of Monday evening at Colony Park Community Center, the 4-6 grade division first-place Red Runners took down the last-place Blue Ninjas, 35-15.
The Red Runners were trying to stay a game ahead of the Spurs, who had beaten the Lakers to tie with the Runners at five wins each. The Runners held onto first
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Jena Kelly takes her talents to Tulsa

Posted: Friday, Jul 18th, 2014
The last couple seasons have been banner years for Templeton volleyball, highlighted by UCSB NCAA Division I recruit Henri Cherry, and Pierce College's Autumn Russell, playing their senior high school season in 2013-14, but their departure to institutions of higher learning does not leave the community without a volleyball star.
Jena Kelly, who turned 13 years old in May, has
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Supersonics hold on for the overtime win

Posted: Friday, Jul 18th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- The Supersonics and the Spurs went into overtime during Tuesday's junior high division Atascadero Youth Basketball summer league game at Colony Park Community Center, before the Sonics bested the Spurs, 50-45.
The Spurs started only four players, before Riley Coalwell showed up to take the fifth place on the floor, and Justin Fetzer led the Spurs to the
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Too hot for the Ballerz

Posted: Friday, Jul 18th, 2014
ATASCADERO -- The junior high division Heat of the Atascadero Youth Basketball summer league ran out to a big lead over the Ballerz on Tuesday through three quarters, but a 26-point fourth quarter by the Ballerz put the fans on the edge of their seat through the final minute.
The Heat jumped out to a 16-point lead at the end
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Mutton Bustin’ a must see

Posted: Friday, Jul 18th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- All it takes is a quick glance at the daily schedule for the California Mid-State Fair to get an idea of what the people really want to see.
The answer is action, specifically the kind that involves small children putting on helmets and riding sheep before inevitably tumbling to the dirt.
The event, of course, is Mutton
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