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May 26, 2024

Greyhounds Hungry for More Wins

Healdsburg baseball player hits home run
There’s certainly talent on the Healdsburg varsity baseball team, and hustle and confidence. Though their record this season is a modest 11-11, 4-7 in the North Bay Redwood league, their scorecard is overflowing with big-run victories over like-sized opponents, those in Division 4.

Girls Stroke into Top 3 at Championships

Breastroke swimmer
The girls swim team from Healdsburg High School delivered their strongest performance in years at the North Bay League’s windy championships last weekend.

Healdsburg High School Hires Homegrown Football Coach

The struggling football team at Healdsburg High School has a fresh new leader looking to help tell a comeback story under the Rec Park lights. HHS alum Christian “Criss” Rosales, 28, comes in hot: He’s been assistant-coaching for the past couple of years at St....

Girls Swim Team’s ‘Turn to Shine’

The swim team at Healdsburg High School has long punched above its weight. At a school of just over 500 students, nearly 5% of the student body is on the swim team. And in recent years—under the guidance of head coach Dean Clark and assistant...

Bats, Balls and Bases

Healdsburg High School students had the week off for spring break, and while that slowed down the sports calendar for the time being, things should pick up next week, as games stack up two and three times a week into May.

Badminton Grows in North Bay Schools

That the sport of badminton is again being played in high school gyms around the area is due in large measure to the efforts of Scott Bischof. A former competitor and founder of the World Badminton Museum, he introduced the sport at several schools including Healdsburg.

Greyhounds Take the Field

For the Healdsburg varsity baseball team, the first few weeks of the schedule have produced mixed results—a couple of tournament wins last week following five straight losses, adding up to a 3-5 record overall.

Tennis Boys Serving Up Wins

Healdsburg’s tennis-playing boys are more than holding their own in court competition this spring.

6 Greyhound Girls Named to All-League Roster

With Hailey Webb, the team’s only senior, graduating this spring, Coach Jim Lago knows he has his work cut out for him to duplicate this year’s success going forward. But he thinks he has the tools to do it.

Spring Sports Get Underway

Seemingly under the radar, while basketball playoffs stretched the late season and heavy rains kept students and parents indoors, spring sports nonetheless got underway at area high schools this past month.