John Jackson - Sports Editor

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

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The Latest Stories By John Jackson

Petaluma ends a long losing streak in the historic Analy gym with a 44-42 SCL win.
High school seniors get one last chance to shine on a football field.
Petaluma youth football team braves snow to play in national championship playoffs.
The St. Vincent boys basketball team holds Tomales scoreless in the first quarter and goes on to a 46-28 win.
Tomales’ six-girl basketball team hangs with St. Vincent for a quarter before the Lady Mustangs take charge.
After losing a tough game to Montgomery’s tall Vikings, the Casa Grande girls bounced back to beat Santa Rosa.
Scott Sinan wanders his way from Petaluma to Finland on his motorcycle.
Two months after hiring a new football coach, St. Vincent High School is again searching for someone to implement its plans to lead the Mustangs into the upper echelon of North Bay football.F
Tomales has only seven players on its varsity basketball team, but coach Tyler Reynolds says the future looks bright.
The Casa Grande boys basketball team took consolation honors in the Sonoma County Classic basketball tournament by defeating Eureka and Elsie Allen.
From a coaching change to shelter volunteers it was a strange football season for the Casa Grande Gauchos, ending with them in the North Coast Section playoffs.
The top 10 local sports stories of 2017.
The Casa Grande girls basketball team has started the season well and is going to get better as it begins the new year healthy.S
Loma Vista, a dual immersion elementary school, is among the fastest growing schools in the county.
Former Casa Grande and professional pitcher Chad Fillinger has been appointed to follow Paul Maytornea as Casa Grande High School baseball coach.
Casa Grande beat Analy to win its first game in the Brett Callan Memorial Tournament, but then lost to NBL foes Montgomery and Windsor.
Petaluma holds off Casa Grande in an emotion-covered boys basketball battle.
The Casa Grande girls basketball team scored the first 15 points of the fourth quarter to defeat Petaluma, 43-31.
Petaluma, after defeating Santa Rosa on opening night, dropped two games in a row in the Rosa City basketball tournament.
St. Vincent High School’s Jenna Mankowski has signed to compete in acrobatics and tumbling at West Liberty University in West Virginia.
New St. Vincent athletic director sees upgraded sports program as a key to increased St. Vincent enrollment.
Everyone contributes to first win for the Petaluma girls basketball team.
Luke Haggard selected best lineman and Garrett Freitas best back in the Sonoma County League.
Sonoma County Sheriff Robert Giordano hold frank discussion with Petaluma High students.
Petaluma used accurate long-range shooting to win its boys basketball opener, 69-40, over Terra Linda.

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