By Jackson Long If one was to watch the Oak Ridge girls basketball team play anybody save for a few elite programs, all of the games could easily blur into one. Head coach Steve White has a formula for success that he uses in every game and it is a pretty difficult one to trump. […]
Football Co Most Valuable Players: Dano Graves, QB, Folsom; Tyler Trosin, WR/DB, Folsom Offensive Player of the Year: Mark Jenkins, RB, Pleasant Grove Co Defensive Players of the Year: Kyle Castro, DB, Pleasant Grove; Marcus Paige-Allen, DL, Sheldon All Purpose Player of the Year: Jordan Richards, RB/DB, Folsom Lineman of the Year: Arik Armstead, OL,DL, Pleasant Grove Coach of the […]
The All Star competitive gymnastics team completed its fall season at a regional meet in Auburn last month. All seven gymnasts competed in six meets during the season, which started in late August. It was the first competitive season for the Level 4 team of Myah Worth, 6; Ava Williams, 8; Ashley Liguori, 9 and […]
‘Tis the season for tournaments as basketball and wrestling teams gear up for the beginning of the league schedules in 2011. In El Dorado County this week the Oak Ridge girls basketball team hosts the Trojan Shoot Out, the Golden Sierra girls host the Darrell Tillotson Memorial Tournament, and the Ponderosa wrestling team is holding […]
CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS from Oak Ridge High School formed a pair of relay teams to compete in the California International Marathon Sunday. Pictured in the front row are Jackie Mansoor, Maxine Goyette, Kaileen Palmero and Samantha Ralstin, and in the back row 2010 graduate Amjed Aboukhadijeh, Jeroen Keukenkamp, Benji Xie, Zach Speno, Ryan Prestegard and […]
By Jeffrey Weidel Although now firmly entrenched in December and gearing up for what should be a strong holiday season, folks in the ski industry or a related business can’t help but take a glance back at what was a monumental end to November. Snow began dropping heavily on Nov. 19 and was being measured […]
CROSSING THE FINISH LINE, 2010 Oak Ridge graduate Amjed Aboukhadijeh and Folsom runner Richard Hunter wave at the end of the approximately 26 mile race Sunday. Hunter is legally blind and Aboukhadijeh flew up from Los Angeles to act as his guide. Several current Oak Ridge athletes also ran as members of two relay teams.