Sanger Apaches are making every game count

Fall sports are nearing the end of regular season and the Sanger Apaches are making every game count.
Football was victorious last week in their homecoming game versus Madera South. Morice Norris, Alex Saefong and Jake Boust stood out on the field as Sanger won 40-3. This Friday the varsity boys will play Edison at Tom Flores Stadium for the Sanger pink ou game in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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Tennis has had a very successful season and have a bye this week going into playoffs. Freshman varsity player Allison Hartsell says the team’s amazing chemistry, “gets us many of our wins because we are always there to support each other and give each other confidence, making the hard work and pain worth it.” She added that it’s a challenge for her to stay consistent and positive, but even after a recent personally tough match she was able to celebrate with her teammates when they won the CMAC Championship. Hartsell also noted, “our coaches always know exactly what we need to work, never making us feel bad about ourselves and they don’t get frustrated easily. This influence makes our team improve a lot more and have a good time.” The girl’s tennis team will be continuing their season in the playoffs next week.
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Girls volleyball played at San Joaquin Memorial on Tuesday. The girls traveled to Madera South on Thursday. Next week they will play at home against Bullard for their Senior Night on Tuesday, and then at Edison on the 26th.
Girls golf played their CMAC 18 Hole Championship at Riverside on Tuesday, qualifying for the Area Championships on the 23rd. They will be competing to qualify for Valleys in that match on Monday.
Cross country ran in the Kerman Twilight Invitational on Thursday, October 19th. Next up for them is the Central Valley Frosh-Soph Championships on November 1st at Woodward Park.
Girls water polo played really well in the Western States tournament over the weekend, winning five out of six of their games. This week they played Madera South on Wednesday. Next week the girls will have Senior Night playing Bullard on Tuesday, and go to Edison as their last regular season game on Thursday.
Boys water polo lost at San Joaquin Memorial on Tuesday, and played at Madera South on Wednesday. Next Tuesday they have senior night home against Bullard on Tuesday the 24th, and their last regular season game at Edison on the 26th.

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