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Girls Shock the competition

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The U12 Girls EDH Shock battled in the heat to take the ECH Soccer championship. Playing four teams — Azzuri Thunder, Folsom Fire, SSA Tiger and RC Freedom — the Shock came out on top! The Shock are: Coach Michael Wegmann, Gracie Wegmann, Alyssa Closson, Sarah Morris, Sienna Stacy, Caroline Layton, Courtney Hulsing, Krissy Hoffman and Coach […]

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OR cross country has strong showing at jamboree

It was a very good day for the Oak Ridge cross country teams at Sac State Hornet Jamboree on Sept. 10. The invitational was held at the Granite Regional Park course with many of the area’s top cross country teams competing. The frosh/soph and junior varsity course was 2.2 miles and the varsity course was 5 […]

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Second half push carries Oak Ridge water polo past Cougars

OAK RIDGE'S Annie Harriman looks to score in Thursday's intra-county match with El Dorado. Photo by jannaweissphotography.com

EL DORADO — There were no boys, just girls, at Thursday afternoon’s intra-county, nonleague water polo match between host El Dorado High and Oak Ridge. Annie Harriman and Amanda Jones each scored five goals for the varsity Lady Trojans and, coupled with strong second half play, Oak Ridge upended the Cougars 13-6 at the Western […]

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El Camino claims Chris Craft championship

The best of the best fought for 12 hours Saturday in the 23rd annual Chris Craft Volleyball Tournament at Oak Ridge and Vista del Lago high schools. The event, held in honor of Craft, a Trojan volleyball player who was killed shortly after graduation, draws top teams from all over Northern California. Following pool play […]

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Trojans uncork all out attack on hapless Lancers

By Mike Bush Riding the momentum of 11- and 14-point wins in its first two games, the Oak Ridge High varsity football team hosted former Sierra Valley Conference rival Cordova Friday in nonleague action. Scoring early and often, the Trojans rolled to a 59-0 win over the once mighty Lancers. The victory improves Troy to 3-0 […]

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Lady Trojans send Miners underground

GREAT KILL —€” Arden Zuber puts one over the net during Tuesday's game agaisnt Nevada Union. The Lady Trojans won the match 3-0. Photo by Janna Weiss

Oak Ridge High School’s girls varsity volleyball team celebrated coach Becky Potter’s birthday with a 3-0 win against the Nevada Union Miners Tuesday night. With cake and balloons waiting for her after the match, Potter couldn’t contain her happiness, saying, “Thank you to my girls for the best birthday present ever.” The hard-fought third game […]

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EDH Hotspur great showing in Tahoe

HOTSPUR SELECT TEAM PLAYERS —€” Jordan Vice, Tyler Salcido, Zach Ayre, Austin Jarrard, MIchael Kujawa, Jacob O'Donnell and Caden Almer, back row left to right, along with Jameson Spitz, Dylan Whisenhunt, Ronny Henares, Brandon Hunt, Jacob Walter and JT Handen, front row left to right, battled their way to second place at a Truckee tournament. Not pictured are: Austin James, Stephen Bernard and Nick Grebe. Photo by Dave Whisenhunt

El Dorado Hills Soccer Club U12 boys Hotspur Select Team coached by Chris Hunt competed in the “Fire in the Sky Tournament” in Truckee over the Labor Day weekend. They played up an age group to U13 and battled against four competitive teams ranked 4th, 8th and 12th in the state of Nevada and brought home […]

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