Clovis High’s Sean Kuenzinger and the rest of the Cougars hope to fly past Liberty-Bakersfield to a Central Section Division I championship and automatic state regional berth. A potential deciding factor: homefield advantage for top-seeded Clovis. “Avoiding the bus ride is a big deal,” says Cougars coach Rich Hammond.
Clovis High’s Sean Kuenzinger and the rest of the Cougars hope to fly past Liberty-Bakersfield to a Central Section Division I championship and automatic state regional berth. A potential deciding factor: homefield advantage for top-seeded Clovis. “Avoiding the bus ride is a big deal,” says Cougars coach Rich Hammond. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Clovis High’s Sean Kuenzinger and the rest of the Cougars hope to fly past Liberty-Bakersfield to a Central Section Division I championship and automatic state regional berth. A potential deciding factor: homefield advantage for top-seeded Clovis. “Avoiding the bus ride is a big deal,” says Cougars coach Rich Hammond. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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