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John Jackson - Sports Editor

John Jackson, 'J.J.,' is the sports editor for the Petaluma Argus-Courier.

johnie.jackson@arguscourier.com
(707) 776-8466

The Latest Stories By John Jackson

Petaluma American League and Petaluma City champion Henris Roofing slugs Ukiah, 12-2, to move into District 35 TOC championship game.
Even for Petaluma, Casa Grande graduate Spencer Torkelson has taken baseball success to a whole new level.
Grant among the large schools and Liberty among the small schools came out on top in the 44th annual Westside Relays.
A junior team from the North Bay Rowing Club has proven it can row with the best in the nation.
Serious college baseball players are spending their summer on Top Speed team playing at St. Vincent.
Graham Gilles, a member of one of the best St. Vincent golf teams ever, will continue playing at La Verne University in Southern California.
Casa Grande grad Ashley Moffet among more than 20 Petalumans who will compete in Dipsea race Sunday.
After 53 years in education and 10 as Wilson school principal and Wilmar District superintendent, Eric Hoppes is retiring.
Gauchos Elijah Waltz, Joe Lampe, A.J. Miller, Cameron Downing andd Broc Burleson were all chosen to the All-North Bay League baseball first team. Casa coach Chad Fillinger was coach of the year.
Graduates of Petaluma-area high schools are stepping out into the world with support, optimism.
St. Vincent patience and defense beat Ferndale in NCS quarterfinal baseball game.
After eliminating Petaluma earlier in the week, El Cerrito ended the Casa Grande baseball season in the second round of the North Coast Section playoffs.
The entire Petaluma High starting lineup was chosen to the All-Sonoma County League baseball first team.
Nick Kamages, backed by a sold defense, pitched Casa Grande to a 3-2 over Concord in the first round of the North Coast Section Division 2 playoffs.
St. Vincent’s Mustangs go into the NCS playoffs with perfect 23-0 record. S
St. Vincent pitcher Ethan Rapoport is No. 2 in the state with 12 wins.
Down and almost out for the 10 count, the Petaluma High softball team picked itself up and battled back Tuesday evening, eventually losing by a 12-6 decision to Newark Memorial’s Lady Cougars in the first round of the North Coast Section Division 2 playoffs.T
Laughs, tears and memories as Petaluma dedicates Ron Walters Press Box and Doug Johnson Track Complex.
A new Parent-Teacher Organization is providing needed help for parents and teachers of special needs children in the South County Consortium.
Petaluma wins baseball tournament in final event ever for the Sonoma County League.
St. Vincent has chosen former Casa Grande assistant and Rancho Cotate head coach Scott Himes to lead the Mustang basketball program.
Maria Carrillo shuts down NBL champion Casa Grande to win league tournament.
The focus on the use of Petaluma City Schools bond funds shifts to elementary schools.
Freshman’s pitching combines with solid defense to help Petaluma girls clinch the Sonoma County League softball championship.
Casa Grande comes up with crucial wins against Rancho Cotate and Windsor to win the North Bay League baseball championship.

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