Four more valley baseball championships were decided on Saturday at Visalia's Recreation Ballpark.
The Fresno State baseball team entered the day in the winner's bracket but lost twice: first to New Mexico, then to San Diego State.
Two of the six divisions crowned champions Friday at Visalia's Recreation Ballpark.
Fresno mustered just 3 hits in a loss to Nashville on Friday night.
The Bulldogs-Lobos "winner-to-title" game was postponed on Friday night, but the two teams had fun during the rain delay.
Astros' top prospect Carlos Correa went 2-5 with 3 RBI (and a HR) in his Chukchansi Park debut against former Cy Yound Award winner Barry Zito.
Andrew Marden is still in shock that he gets to talk about sports for a living. Originally from New Jersey, Andrew joined our team in 2008 and is proud to say he has been to every single town in the Central Valley! Andrew is a graduate of Syracuse University and previously worked at KNBN in Rapid City, South Dakota and KBCI in Boise, Idaho.
You can follow him on Twitter @andrewmarden.
A native of Newport Beach, California, Scott Bemis is excited to be back in his home state, after previous on-air stops at KIFI in Idaho Falls, Idaho and KLAS in Las Vegas, Nevada. Scott is a graduate of the University of Southern California, and also has nearly a decade's worth of experience working at Fox Sports Net under his belt. He joined our team in the spring of 2014, but it's not his first time in the Central Valley. Growing up, Scott spent summer vacations at Bass Lake and Kings River, reading about the Bulldogs and the terrific high school sports scene this area has to offer. In his free time, Scott loves hitting the links, chasing his dog Max, and of course, spending time with his beautiful wife Susan and young son Cooper.
You can follow him on Twitter @sbemisonline.
Amy Gill grew up in Fresno and is excited to come home to cover sports in the Central Valley. A graduate of Clovis West High School, she earned her broadcasting degree in the Bay Area, at San Francisco State University. After graduation, Amy got her first sports reporting/anchoring job in Twin Falls, Idaho, where she got to cover another Mountain West team - Boise State. After spending two years there, Amy moved on to Altoona/State College, Pennsylvania. While there, she got to report on Penn State and all the Pittsburgh area teams. Now back in Fresno, Amy hopes to bring you all the exciting moments in the Central Valley. You can follow her on twitter @amygillsports
See what Scott needs to do to find people to help him with his skits.
Scott Bemis introduces you to the El Diamante softball star, a player who grew up playing baseball with her brothers.
Scott Bemis introduces you to the Clovis West sophomore and Clovis North freshman, two girls who will be competing with one of the U.S. Junior National Teams this summer.
The Bulldogs got together to watch the softball selection show Sunday and found out they'd be playing in a regional hosted by No. 2 seed Oregon, and opening with North Dakota State on Thursday. Hear what the players and head coach Trisha Ford think about their draw.
See how Taylor Swift plays a role in Scott's pre-show routine.
The Sunnyside High School sophomore has already won 10 prestigious amateur titles, and has his eyes set on the Olympics one day.
Visalia Rawhide center fielder Breland Almadova was presented with a Gold Glove Award on Friday for his defensive prowess in the 2014 season.
While Sports Central's Andrew Marden was in Las Vegas for the MW Basketball Tournament, he hopped over to the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters to interview Clovis East alum Bryson Dechambeau.
Andrew Marden sits down with Edison corner/running back A.J. Greeley and Kingsburg offensive lineman Isaiah Trevino to get their thoughts on choosing to stay at home and play for Fresno State.
With a little help from fellow Fresno State recruit Isaiah Trevino of Kingsburg, Edison's A.J. Greeley uses his lightning speed to help out the show.
The valley native started at quarterback for the Raiders in Super Bowl II, a game known by a different name then.
Tom Brady's family is proud of his accomplishments. His sister, Maureen, is a former all-American pitcher at Fresno State.
See what Andrew is doing to help the Patriots get ready for the Super Bowl.
Scott Bemis introduces you to another outstanding prep athlete from around the Valley, a Roosevelt guard who had a record-setting week.
Hall of Fame pitcher Don Drysdale was inducted into the Visalia Professional Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Scott's fellow anchors and reporters are doing things with a little extra flair in an effort to make Scott's weekly segment.