Prep sports season begins today
by TP staff
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Members of the Kimball High cross-country team work on a sprint exercise Wednesday at Kimball High in preparation for their first meet of the season, today’s Jaguar Invitational at Eagal Lakes, starting at 3 p.m. Kimball, West and Tracy are among the 14 teams that will compete in the first official contest of the Sac-Joaquin Section season.  Bob Brownne/Tracy Press
Members of the Kimball High cross-country team work on a sprint exercise Wednesday at Kimball High in preparation for their first meet of the season, today’s Jaguar Invitational at Eagal Lakes, starting at 3 p.m. Kimball, West and Tracy are among the 14 teams that will compete in the first official contest of the Sac-Joaquin Section season. Bob Brownne/Tracy Press
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Tracy tennis scrimmage
Camille McDaniel, a Tracy High senior, hits a return from the baseline during a scrimmage against Sierra High School on Tuesday.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Today is the official start of the fall sports season on the California Interscholastic Federation’s Sac-Joaquin Section calendar.

In addition to home football games for West and Tracy high schools and a volleyball match between Mountain House and Millennium junior varsity teams, local cross-country, boys soccer, girls tennis and volleyball teams begin their seasons today with home matches.

Schedules for local prep teams are listed in Lineup, which also appears at www.tracypress.com/pages/sports.

Contact Bob Brownne at brownne@tracypress.com or 830-4227.

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