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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

The Petaluma High boys lacrosse team defeats Casa Grande, 12-8, in the Battle for the Paddle, and clinches a certain share of first place in the process.
The Casa Grande girls lacrosse team abruptly changed directions from last season and are headed to the top of the North Bay League.
The Casa Grande baseball team beats Windsor in 12 innings to remain atop the North Bay League standings.l
Petaluma’s baseball Trojans beat both Piner and Sonoma Valley by identical 10-1 scores to hold o0n to first place in the Sonoma County League.
Casa Grande High graduate and Arizona State freshman Spencer Torkelson didn’t disappoint a contingent of his Petaluma fans who watched him hit two more home runs in a game against Stanford.
Casa Grande High School’s Academic Decathlon legend grew with a win in the state championship competition.
Casa Grande rips 14 hits in 10-5 win over Montgomery for the Gauchos’ third-straight North Bay League win.
Petaluma’s Holly Wick earned a trip to South Africa and World Championship competition by winning her age group in the Oceanside 70.3.
Two years and two state trips aren’t enough for Casa Grande sophomore wrestler Lillian McCoy who wants more.
Petaluma’s Mike Russell goes for third straight pro boxing win in Alameda ring show.
Petaluma and Casa Grande lost their first games in the Boris Classic baseball tournament, but then came back to show they can play with the best in Northern California.
A last-minute goal gives Petaluma an 18-17 win over Casa Grande in a classic lacrosse showdown match.
Don Ramatici, a Petaluma Native Son, who gave back much to the community he loved, died at home last week. He was 90 years old.
Petaluma’s beloved family doctor and Trojan football player protector David Sisler dies at 91.
Casa Grande and Petaluma baeball teams each won one and lost one in the first round of the Boras Classic and now go head-to-head this afternoon in Sacramento.
St. Vincent sophomore Gio Antonini starts twice, allows no hits twice.
Petaluma educator and dog trainer says dog bites can be prevented with better communication between kids and their pets.
Petaluma and Casa Grande baseball teams compete in prestigious Boras Baseball Classic.
New teaching pro adds to growth of Petaluma tennis.
Dismissed Kenilworth Junior High counselor, backed by teachers union, alleges school board violated the Brown Act and asks for a re-hearing.
Petaluma schools officials visit Sacramento to advocate for better school funding.
Casa Grande baseball team beats Ukiah for second win and first NBL victory.
Casa Grande first school in the state to use new Vicis ZERO1 helmets
For the second time in as many wins, Petaluma’s baseball team walked off with a win when Bradley’s Smith’s last-inning single beat San Lorenzo, 6-5.
Petaluma High’s Jaden Krist and Sheriene Arikat share MVP honors for SCL basketball.

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