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January 4, 2021

  By Bruce Meadows     January 2021 Good bye, 2020, hello 2021 . . . Happy New Year !!! This past year has been memorable, mostly for all the wrong reasons. So many people have died, and depending on your political persuasions, many of those include deaths that might have been prevented by a…

January 1, 2021

2020 was a year we all want to forget. Deaths by some of the biggest stars in the world, a pandemic that killed hundreds of thousands of people, and schools remaining closed since March. There were, however, some big stories throughout the year. We look back on those below. Basketball season was heating up. We…

December 4, 2020

  By Bruce Meadows     December 2020    No easy answers . . .    While the golf business continues to prosper, the economy in general is still suffering as the pandemic shows some signs of letting up in the hopefully not-too-distant future. With a number of vaccines having been developed and tested, there…

November 28, 2020
If you see enough sporting events, you are bound to encounter some kind of controversial play or two. In the past half decade, we've seen more than a few controversial moments in big time sporting events. Three of the five occured in the NCS playoffs, and another occured in the final game of the regular...
November 19, 2020

November 19, 2020 As we approach another spike in Covid-19 cases country wide, the big question for anyone involved in High School sports is, when can we play here in California.  Currently 47 states are playing at the youth level despite the current pandemic but not us.   Is this the right decision?  Are we doing…

November 19, 2020

Feature Photo by Sumner Fowler (Finkbohner is back middle) St Vincent de Paul named Spencer Finkbohner their new head baseball coach this week. Finkbohner replaces Stan Switala, who resigned back in June. A 2009 graduate of Casa Grande, He’s been with the private Catholic school for three years serving in a number of roles: Assistant Football…

November 17, 2020

Listed below are the athletes from the North Bay that will be playing their sport at the collegiate level. This article will be updated frequently. Tatum Maytorena-Softball, Rancho Cotate (Nevada) Carson Crawford-Baseball, Cardinal Newman (California) Kylie Horstmeyer-Basketball, Redwood (University of San Diego) Tucker Bougie-Baseball, Tamalpais (California) Hunter Irons-Baseball, Healdsburg (Upper Iowa University) Rachael Bles-Softball, Petaluma…

November 17, 2020

Feature Image by Sumner Fowler YSN365 is looking back at some memorable stories from the past few years. Here’s another one below: It was an exciting day from the Petaluma Trojan Classic, as three of the four games were decided by nine points or less, including an overtime game. Here’s the breakdown. St. Vincent girls…

November 16, 2020

YSN365 is looking back at some memorable stories from the past few years. Here’s another one below: LARKSPUR, Calif – Tamalpais’ gritty defense down the stretch loomed large as the Hawks beat rival Redwood on the road, 44-41, to move to 3-0 in Marin County Athletic League play. “Defense has to travel. We played good…

November 15, 2020

YSN365 is looking back at some memorable stories from the past few years. Here’s another one below: ROHNERT PARK, Calif – Sonoma Academy-Santa Rosa staged a furious fourth quarter comeback to take down Rancho Cotate-Rohnert Park, 55-54, in a thrilling non-league contest on Saturday night. It was a game of long scoring stretches for both…