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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

Sheila Gravey takes over as Wilmar School District superintendent and Wilson School principal.
Petaluma’s Leghorns a win away from playing in Western Regional Tournament championship game.
St. Vincent’s 18-0 win over McKinleyville more important than just an opening-game victory.
Traditional rival games for Casa and Petaluma, while St. Vincent goes to San Rafael.
Things continue to look good in the Old Adobe Union School District.
Casa Grande falters in the second half in loss to Windsor.
No more controversy, just good football at Casa Grande.
St. Vincent starts rebuilding program with a new coach.
After a busy summer of accomplishment, Petaluma City Schools are looking for a return to normalcy.
There is much new at Cinnabar this school year, but focus on the students remains the same.
Petaluma, one of only two Division 3 schools in the new Vine Valley Athletic League, is anxious for the challenge.
With the start of the high-school football season just a week away, local teams scrimmage outside opponents Friday.
Popular sports card, memorabilia and more store moves from Novato to Petaluma.
Petaluma Valley blazed the trail for Petaluma National glory.
Petaluma woman won of world’s elite rugby referees.
Petaluma American Little League’s bid for a divisional title and advancement to the Western Regionals was postponed because of poor air quality in the Redding area.
Stories swirl at a celebration of life for Dr. David Sisler.
The Petaluma Leghorns American Legion team clinch the Area Tournament with a no-hitter.
Great defense supported good pitching and enough hitting to give the Petaluma American 9-11-year-old All-Stars the Little League Section 1 championship.
In what has become their modus operandi, the Petaluma American Little League 9-11-year-old All-Stars dominated Sonoma, but they had to grimly cling on for a 4-3 victory in a key Section 1 Tournament game Monday night.T
The Petaluma American League 9-11-year-old Little League All-Star team advanced to the finals of the Section 1 Tournament by holding off Sonoma, 4-3.
Leghorns have the hitting, count on pitching and defense to reach state tournament.
The Petaluma American Little League 9-11-year-old All-Star team pitches its way past Lafayette in its first Section 1 Tournament game.
The Petaluma American 9-11-year-old All-Stars survive last-inning National rally to win District 35 title.
The 8-10-year-old Petaluma National Little League team makes a strong comeback, but ends up second in the District 35 Tournament.

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