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Golden West to host U.S. Baseball Academy

U.S. Baseball Academy is coming to Golden West High School. The 2014 Spring training camp dates are Sunday, January 12, 19, 26 and February 2, 9, 16. Click HERE for a printable flyer. US Baseball Academy is the largest network of baseball camps. Our 2012 and 2013 programs included 45,000 players and 3750 camps across

GW Boys WP Falls to EDHS

In what was a battle for who would own 2nd place in WYL after the first round of league play (behind undefeated Redwood), the Miners came out with intensity. Going up 5-0 on the Blazers by the end of the 1st quarter, the GWHS Boys clawed their way back in to the game and by the

GW Boys Survive Another Overtime to Defeat Lemoore

The GW Varsity boys water polo team had their second overtime game in row on Thursday night, but this time the outcome favored the Trailblazers. After losing a nail-bitter against cross-town rival Redwood in double overtime followed by a sudden death period, GW boys went into overtime with Lemoore on Thursday and came out on

GW Boys Water Polo Dealt First Loss in WYL

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GW JV Tennis takes 2nd in the Redwood Tournament

The Golden West Girls JV Tennis team had to go to a tie-breaker to get into the finals vs Redwood last weekend.  JV won the tie-breaker with San Joaquin Memorial to advance against the Rangers, but Redwood was abel to defend their title by beating GW 3-1 in the Finals of the Redwood Invitational. 

JV Girls Water Polo Finish 3rd in Visalia Tourney

The JV Girls Water Polo went 3-1 this past weekend to take 3rd place at the Visalia JV Girls Water Polo Tournament. The girls lost to El Diamonte in the semi-finals and then turned around and beat Clovis, coming away with the 3rd place trophy. Congrats to the JV Girls Water Polo Team!

GW Tennis knotts an impressive win over Hanford West

Gold West girls’ tennis knotted an impressive 8-1 home win against Hanford West on Wednesday. Two of the Blazers scored impressive 6-0, 6-0 singles victories (referred to as the “double bagel” in tennis): Erica Hendrick, playing No. 2, and Angie Cuellar at No. 5. Golden West holds a 7-2 record in WYL action The lone

Golden West Continues to Blaze a Path through Hanford

Another Hanford Team, Hanford West High School, falls victim to the Blazers Tennis Team. Golden West quickly defeated the Huskies 8-1.  Kristine Schneider and Erica Hendrick overwhelming beat their opponents in singles and together trounced their number one doubles team 8-0.  Annie Rubio took down the opposition in straight sets and then teamed up with