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February 22, 2024

Midpoint in the Fall Sports Season

The Healdsburg High School athletics program is midway through its first normal autumn in several years. A total of 149 students are participating in the season’s sports, from a football team of 43 to a girls’ golf squad of five to a cheer team...

Football Season Gets Underway

In some ways, Healdsburg High and Sonoma Valley have similar football programs—new coaches, young rosters, each coming off disappointing seasons. And going into the Sept. 8 game, both were winless this year. In Sonoma last Friday, however, it was the host Dragons who earned their...

High Hopes for HHS Tennis Team

“We have a great team,” said Mary Beth Chandler, head coach of the Healdsburg High School varsity girls tennis team. She points not only to the winning record so far this season but the energy her players bring to their game. Those players include Isabel...

Fall Sports Find Their Rhythm

The Healdsburg High School fall sports calendar is filling up with games, matches and sets in five sports—boys football, co-ed cross country, and girls golf, tennis and volleyball. Football The first football game on Sept. 1 found the Hounds on the short end of a 56-27...

Hounds Prepare for Football Season Under New Coach

The Healdsburg High School varsity football team is ready to turn the page. The team, which hasn’t won a league game since 2017, is preparing for the 2023 season with dogged determination under new head coach Randy Parmeter. Long associated with the program at El...

Sports Seasons Begin for Greyhounds

Healdsburg’s Rec Park rocked once again to the sounds of football as the home team Greyhounds faced off against the visiting Timberwolves from Fort Bragg on Friday night, Aug. 26. The final score was no indication of the energy and enthusiasm the fans, and the...

Chamber mixer will highlight new technology center at CHS

At the upcoming Chamber of Commerce mixer on Feb. 22, attendees will get the opportunity to explore a brand new asset in the community—Cloverdale High School’s new Technology Center, known colloquially as the maker space.

Washington School Eagle Award winners for this fall

The Eagle Award is presented to one student from each grade at the end of every quarter at Washington School in Cloverdale.

CORRECTION: Bailey Creager


Little League All Stars set for District 35 tournaments

Cloverdale represented in two age divisions