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Girls swim beats Oceanside

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Success in the last events of a swim meet gave Ramona High School girls swim team a 95-70 victory over Oceanside.

On Thursday the Bulldog girls swim team will honor its four seniors during Senior Night festivities preceding its home meet against Escondido Charter.

After the first five events of the April 10 Valley League meet at Ramona, Oceanside had taken the first-place points in three races while other position points gave Ramona a 46-44 lead.

Bulldog baseball reaches semifinals in Lions Tournament

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While most of the student body at Ramona High School went on spring break, the Bulldog baseball team went to work at the Lions Tournament.

The Dawgs made it to the semifinals before losing to Helix High School.

“Our pitching was outstanding against very good teams,” said an elated coach Dean Welch. “Our hitters came through the clutch. We were in a very tough bracket and winning that bracket was an accomplishment. To make it to the semifinals and play a great game against Helix shows what kind of character this team has.”

Bulldog mermen dominate Pirates

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Ramona High School’s boys swim team defeated Oceanside by a 112-55 score April 10 in a Valley League dual meet at the Bulldogs’ pool.

“They were pretty dominant,” said coach Jolyn Yanez.

The victory over the Pirates gives Ramona a 2-0 league record entering Thursday afternoon’s home meet against Escondido Charter, which will also be Senior Night for Ramona.

Ramona High’s golf team improves record to 13-1

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The Ramona High School boys golf team beat Francis Parker and San Pasqual in non-league matches last week to improve its record to 13-1.

“It was a great way to kick off our spring break,” said coach Michael Gainey. “We will be ready for a busy week upon returning from break with matches against Canyon Crest, Del Norte (league) and Valley Center (league). The team is anxious for redemption of their only loss of the season against Canyon Crest. Our top six will be ready for this match.”

Stallman sets school records in 100- and 200-meter races

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The Ramona High track and field teams return to Valley League action Thursday with a home meet against Del Norte, following an invitational last weekend in which sophomore Holly Stallman broke her own school records in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash races.

At the April 19 Jaguar Invitational meet, held at Valley Center High School, Stallman finished right behind the fastest runner in the county.

Ramonans to participate in Faith and Family Night at Petco Park

A group of Ramonans plan to participate in Faith and Family Night when the San Diego Padres play the Miami Marlins in Petco Park on Saturday, May 10 — and they invite others to join them.

Proceeds from Ramona’s participation will benefit the Ramona Pregnancy Center and Ramona AWANA, a group for ages 3 through 12th grade that meets weekly during the school year to have fun in a Christian ministry environment.

Two league victories give Bulldog spikers winning record

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Ramona High School’s boys volleyball team began the 2014 season by losing its first four matches, but league wins April 9 at home against Orange Glen and April 11 at Valley Center gave the Bulldogs a winning record for the first time this season.

With the two victories, Ramona has an overall record of 8-7 and a Valley League record of 3-1. The April 23 league match at San Pasqual will conclude the first round of league play.

Bulldog girls take 93-34 victory over Patriots in track and field events

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A day after Ramona High School’s girls track and field team earned its first Valley League victory of the year, Courtney Jackson tied for fourth place in the Friday night pole vault at the Arcadia Invitational meet.

The Bulldogs defeated Orange Glen by a 93-34 score April 10 at the opponent’s school. Jackson, who cleared 11 feet to win the pole vault at Orange Glen, had a distance of 10-9 in the April 11 Arcadia meet session.

“She was a little bit disappointed, but it was a big meet so it was really good competition,” said head coach Sherri Edwards.

Boys track and field evens league record

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Although Ramona High School’s boys track and field team opened Valley League competition with a loss, the Bulldogs earned their first league win April 10 at Orange Glen to even their league record at 1-1.

“We swept pretty much almost every event,” said head coach Sherri Edwards.

The Bulldogs return to league competition April 24 at home against Del Norte following participation in the April 19 Jaguar Invitational meet in Valley Center.

Leadership, strong pitching contribute to Bulldog girls’ wins in league play

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The Bulldog girls softball team opened Valley League action with two strong pitching performances that resulted in two league wins on the road.

Coach Cori McDonald was pleased with the team’s pitching, hitting and especially the senior leadership.

“Our senior leadership got us two league wins,” she said. “To say that they stepped up to the plate would not be a cliché. Amber Davis, Kailey Hill and Bre Hirsh all hit home runs. Christina Barrameda was robbed of a

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