Making the cut for the school team or getting selected to an elite club squad aren’t prerequisites to participate in the El Dorado Hills Community Service District girls volleyball league. All you need is the desire to have fun and learn the sport. The new league, which runs on Tuesday nights in the CSD gym, […]
El Dorado Hills Little League is proud to announce it has been selected by District 54 to host its first All-Star Tournament for 9- and 10-year-old regional All-Stars. The tournament will be held June 25 through July 10 at the prestigious Deputy Jeff Mitchell Field in El Dorado Hills and will feature teams from regional […]
BIG WINNERS — El Dorado Hills Soccer Team Arsenal U11 Select celebrates the first-place finish earned at the recent El Dorado United Soccer Academy Summer Shootout, one of the largest Academy U9-U11 tournaments in Northern California. Arsenal U11 was tops in the Gold Division.
The Tahoe Rim Trail Association and Sierra Nevada Journeys are partnering for the fourth annual Youth Backcountry Camps summer program. All youths ages 14-17 are invited to attend 2011 Youth Backcountry Camps. These programs are a unique opportunity for teens to develop backcountry skills in the beautiful mountains of Lake Tahoe. Make new friends while […]
FRESNO — Two El Dorado Hills Wrestling Club grapplers came home with medals after the Dave Schultz Kids Freestyle State Tournament at the Selland Arena earlier this month. Kaden West (5-1) placed second in the intermediate division. His only loss was in the finals to Eli Pearson from Colinga. Scotty Moore (7-2) placed sixth in the Bantum division. […]
By Mike McIntee The El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils defeated the visiting College Greens Gators to raise their record to 2-0. The Taz entered the day having beaten the Loomis Basin Dolphins. The June opening day meet was marked by a steady rainfall. “Nobody can remember a meet in which it rained,” said Taz Vice […]
Makinna Clevenger wants you to believe she’s a normal teenager. She just graduated from Oak Ridge High School, where she was a good student, played rugby and was a popular cheerleader. But unlike the other cheerleaders, this 18-year-old spends her free time rocketing down a race track at 200 miles per hour. So much for normalcy. […]