The Clarion


Katie Delgadillo pitches in their game against Kingsburg on May 11.

Softball Team Hopes to Reclaim Championship Title


This year’s SHS softball team is doing well and is hoping to win the Valley championship like last season.

Their record is currently 7-3 and they’re looking forward to playoffs, which will begin on May 18th.

Selma High Swimmers Finish A Historic Season


The Selma High School varsity swim team made history on May 2 when SHS won their first league title in forty one years.

Several of the swimmers broke school records, that night as well.

Swinging For the Following Golf Season

By clarice flores

The Boys Golf team has done it again of making a great season. They had a better record, individually and as a team, in comparison to last season. Though the team together didn't achieve their goal, some players did with experience from the past.

Big Time Bears

Complied By arun dhaliwal

Check out the Big Time Bears for May!!

Track Runs Through A Successful Season


Track had a great season with players winning Valley and some even moving on to Masters. Satvir Cheema, a senior, was given the award of the Best Track and Field Athlete of the Year. He was chosen for this because he strived hard from the beginning of the season to the end by winning Valley and moving on to Masters.

Boys Tennis Hits Their Way For the Next Season


The boys varsity tennis team went to the playoffs, but fell short against CVC High School. However, they brought strong record of wins as the season started to come to an end. This hardworking tennis team pushed for more wins and accomplished this goal, quickly improving through drills and routines on the court.

Bears Baseball Making Big Moves


The Selma Bears baseball team has had a memorable and exciting season. They finished with a 10-5 record in the Central Sequoia League, giving them a 16-11 overall record.

Dive Ends The Season Big


The Selma High School Dive team’s season was successful and many of the divers on the team placed in their league tournament at Exeter High School. Junior Taylor Serna placed first, while freshman Ashneet Gill placed eighth in the varsity girls league tournament. Junior Josiah Cavazos placed fourth in the varsity boys league tournament.

A Change In Plans

By brianna colado

Swimming is the sport I know best. The one thing I believed was going to be my ticket to success in the future.

It all started when I was just four years old, a baby in water baby lessons trying to be taught how to swim. Who knew that in just a couple months I would be racing against others up to the age of six from all over the Valley?